Harry Houdini rose to fame in the early 1900s for a series of sensational escape acts and other illusions performed across the country. The legendary magician's life and accomplishments are on full display for families and magic enthusiasts alike at the newly-opened Houdini Museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Located at 1433 North Main Avenue in Scranton, the museum features magic shows performed by nationally-recognized magicians, memorabilia, films of the master magician and other family-friendly activities. Houdini performed in Scranton and performed special challenges in the city, including the beer barrel escape.
The "You Be the Judge" video presented by O'Malley & Langan spotlights the opening of the Houdini Museum and features a discussion with Dorothy Dietrich, director, and Dick Brooks, historian at the museum.
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