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Magicians Mourn Passing of Magic Castle Co-Founder

Irene Larsen helped design one of LA's most curious establishments Magic Castle co-founder Irene Larsen died unexpectedly last week, sending a community of magicians, entertainers, and exclusive guests of the establishment into a period of mourning. Larsen, along with her late husband Bill Larsen and his brother Milt, turned a striking Franklin Avenue Chateau into a secretive temple to the magical arts.
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