Houdini would be jealous of Toscha Sponsler. The Texas woman was sought by police for allegedly shoplifting. They cuffed her and put her in the back of a police car, but Ms. Sponsler was not ready to stop having fun. While police were out of the car, she slipped out of the cuffs, crawled to the front and drove away. Show More Summary
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"Trading bombast for rigorous research, he wrote acclaimed biographies of American innovators as varied as Edgar Allan Poe, Samuel Morse, John Cage, Harry Houdini and [Cotton] Mather himself, in a research-intensive process that Dr. Silverman described as 'wrestling with an angel.'"
He wrote works on American innovators as varied as John Cage and Harry Houdini.
Professor Silverman, a specialist in Colonial American literature, also wrote biographies of Edgar Allan Poe, Harry Houdini, Samuel B. Morse and John Cage.
The famous magician and performer lived in a Harlem townhouse from 1904 to 1926. It's now listed for $4.6 million.
In 1983, 41-year-old Alabama man Tommy Arthur was convicted of murder and sentenced to death. In the 34 years which have followed, Arthur was scheduled to die seven times and
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Tommy Arthur was executed early Friday after having seven previous execution dates postponed
Tommy Arthur was put to death Friday after avoiding seven past execution dates through legal challenges.
An inmate once called the "Houdini" of Alabama's death row for escaping seven past execution dates through legal challenges was put to death early Friday for a 1982 murder-for-hire shooting. Tommy Arthur, 75, was pronounced dead at 12:15am following a lethal injection administered at a southwest Alabama prison, authorities...
Called the "Houdini" of death row, Alabama inmate Thomas Arthur has been scheduled to die Thursday, after seven postponements.
Convicted murderer Tommy Arthur — called the "Houdini" of death row by some after having seven prior execution dates postponed — was scheduled to be put to death Thursday evening … Click to Continue »
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama inmate Tommy Arthur — called the "Houdini" of death row by some after he got seven prior execution dates postponed — is scheduled to be put to death Thursday evening.
Tommy Arthur has had his execution postponed seven times since 2001, so many delays that victims' rights advocates call him the "Houdini" of death row
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Tommy Arthur has had his execution postponed seven times since 2001, so many delays that victims' rights advocates derisively call him the "Houdini" of death row. He says he is innocent and is fighting for an eighth reprieve, but he is losing optimism: "They are going to kill me this time."