Book/Printed Material Houdini in sealed coffin under water 90 minutes : [Washington Post article, August 6, 1926].
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- Houdini in sealed coffin under water 90 minutes : [Washington Post article, August 6, 1926].
- Article from the Washington Post describing Houdini's prolonged submersion in a sealed coffin on August 5, 1926.
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