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Caught a Bullet With My Teeth
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Escape artist and daredevil Harry Houdini wrote a historical account of the illusion and considered adding it to his repertoire but is said to have been afraid to actually perform it. To his friend Houdini, fellow magician Harry Kellar offered this pleading advice in the early 20th century:
Don't try the bullet-catching trick. There is always the biggest kind of risk that some dog will 'job' you. And we can't afford to lose Houdini. Harry, listen to your friend Kellar, who loves you as his own son, and don't do it!
9-28-13 If you try hard you may see the gnarley face in the pole near the cache. The cache now in a little more secure spot.
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Last Updated: on 12/16/2017 2:47:03 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:47 PM GMT)
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