NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - Legendary magician Harry Houdini may make an appearance on Halloween, which is also the anniversary of his death in 1926.
Houdini's closest living relatives, fans and those who enjoy the super-natural are expected to turn out for the seance at 'Mrs Leffler's Boarding House,' the first New York residence of Houdini.
Escape artist Dorothy Dietrich will be joined by mentalist Mark Salem with help from the Houdini Museum.
The calling of Houdini's spirit begins at Noon at Sojourn Restaurant, 244 East 79th Street.
Houdini is buried at Machpelah Cemetery in Queens.