Houdini Goes On Display At The Jewish Museum

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NEW YORK (CBS 2) — Whether he was swallowing needles, trapped in a straightjacket or locked inside a water torture chamber, Harry Houdini tempted fate and loved it.

Long after his death, Houdini continues to have an impact on culture. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler reports from the Jewish Museum.