Escape the Magician’s Library

Case: The Magician’s Library [#31874]

You’ve been sent to the home of magical historian Horace Mayweather. Intel suggests he’s hiding a powerful object in his house. We’re unsure what it is, but it will be obvious when you find it.

Your mission is to explore Mayweather’s house, find the object, and find a way out.

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Harry Houdini, born Erik Weisz on March 24, 1874, in Budapest, Hungary, was a legendary escape artist, magician, and showman whose name became synonymous with the art of illusion.

Raised in the United States after his family immigrated when he was a child, Houdini quickly developed a passion for magic and sleight of hand. His career took off in the early 20th century, and he became renowned for his death-defying escape acts that captivated audiences worldwide.

Houdini’s rise to fame was marked by his ability to extricate himself from seemingly impossible situations. Whether suspended in chains underwater, confined in straitjackets, or locked in jail cells, his uncanny ability to escape earned him the moniker “The Handcuff King”. It solidified his status as the premier escape artist of his time. Beyond his daring performances, Houdini was also a relentless investigator of spiritualism, debunking fraudulent mediums and mystics who claimed to possess supernatural powers. His dedication to exposing charlatans added a layer of intrigue to his public persona, making him a multifaceted figure in the worlds of magic and entertainment.