Houdini In Cardiff

Joseph Conaghan shares an autographed picture of the Great Houdini and connects it with a place in Cardiff where the escapologist failed to escape a beating. It’s a great reminder of how the back alleys of our towns and cities can still give clues to their past long after the fronts have been changed beyond recognition several times.

Houdini In Cardiff by Joseph Conaghan.

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