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G.A.Farini's Tattooed Greek, 1880; The British Library Board

Victorian Freakshows

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Des vieilles affiches de spectacles de magiciens

Des vieilles affiches de spectacles de magiciens

weirdvintage: “American magician Harry Kellar was a predecessor of Harry Houdini. This advertising poster was for Keller’s Self Decapitation trick, c.

All Things Gypsy: A Brief History & Cultural Collective

All Things Gypsy: A Brief History & Cultural Collective

Fortune-telling is the practice of predicting information about a person’s life. The scope of fortune-telling is in principle identical with the practice of divination.

This Day in History: Oct 31, 1926: Houdini is dead http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/ http://pepperedthought.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/handcuff-king.jpg

This Day in History: Oct 31, 1926: Houdini is dead http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/ http://pepperedthought.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/handcuff-king.jpg

Solomon the Man Monkey poster  'Darwin's Missing Link' " REAL VINTAGE POSTER FROM",  1908 .

Solomon the Man Monkey poster 'Darwin's Missing Link' " REAL VINTAGE POSTER FROM", 1908 .

Howard Thurston (July 20, 1869 – April 13, 1936) was a stage magician from Columbus, Ohio. His childhood was unhappy and he ran away to join the circus. Thurston was deeply impressed after he attended magician Alexander Herrmann's magic show and was determined to equal his work. He eventually became the most famous magician of his time. Thurston's traveling magic show was the biggest one of all; it was so large that it needed eight train cars to transport his road show.

Howard Thurston (July 20, 1869 – April 13, 1936) was a stage magician from Columbus, Ohio. His childhood was unhappy and he ran away to join the circus. Thurston was deeply impressed after he attended magician Alexander Herrmann's magic show and was determined to equal his work. He eventually became the most famous magician of his time. Thurston's traveling magic show was the biggest one of all; it was so large that it needed eight train cars to transport his road show.

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