Information Morning - Moncton | Nov 23, 2012 | 9:03

Houdini's "stinking" performance in Moncton

Author Bruce MacNab talks to Jonna about his book that chronicles Harry Houdini's tour of the Maritimes in 1896. It included a performance at the Moncton Opera House, a venue with bad smells wafting up from a farmer's market located in the same building.

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