His true name was Erik Weisz, was a illusionist and escapist Hungarian. The born the March 24, 1874 in Budapest, Hungary and dies October 31, 1926 in Detroit Michigan, United States.Escuchar
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Was son of Mayer Samuel Weisz and Cecilia Steiner Weisz. Erich started to work from verysmall. When had 8 years of age worked selling newspapers and shining shoes in the streets. A day was to see a magician traveler and I call much the attention, the and their friends formed a smallcircus where the clerk by first time to a public as contortionist and trapeze artist. In its time free for study magic and compete in several events athletic as the swimming. The got a book called TheMemoirs of Robert-Houdin, Ambassador, Author, and conjuror, Written by Himself the book had the memories of magician Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin, to who the what made its idol. It dedicate finally to themagic. Some of their more celebrity escapes are the metarmofosis and the wives. The last part of its race is of doctor to deny the spiritualism, in occasions the had recourse to quell to the mediums intheir meetings, offered to who I demonstrate have skills supernatural but never the give to anyone and that always the cheating. A day of October of 1926 a students is directed to the while restedafter have finished one of their entertainment, one of them I challenged to receive a few shock in the abdomen for check if its resistance physical was so legendary as is said, the accepted no fear butbefore of that could prepare received a punch of a student named William Lances the which was the star of boxing of the a University The endured but no is gave account that had suffered a rupture ofappendix, followed working spite of that had pain intense finally suffered fainting in a action and was hospitalized, in the dawn of 31 of October of 1926 died to their 52 years of peritonitis.
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