We've all heard of Harry Houdini, arguably the most famous magician and entertainer who performed feats that were never seen before. Today is the day that we make special note of his life and magic tricks because it just so happens to be the date of his death back in 1926. It's National Magic Day!
Yes, it's Halloween and it's National Magic Day, as well. Why? To commemorate Harry Houdini's death in 1926 on October 31st at 1:26 p.m. Harry Houdini is history's greatest magician, performing acts of escape that still defy logic.
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