See T. McGeary, ed., Bitter Music: Collected Journals, Essays, Introductions, and Librettos (1991, repr. 2000); biography by B. Gilmore (1998).
See his autobiography (1933).
See Houdini's Magic (ed. from his notebooks, 1932); biographies by H. Kellock (1928), W. L. Gresham (1959), and K. Silverman (1996); W. B. Gibson, Houdini's Escapes (1930); R. FitzSimons, Death and the Magician: The Mystery of Houdini (1985); J. Steinmeyer, Hiding the Elephant: How Magicians Invented the Impossible and Learned to Disappear (2003).
See study by C. P. Larrowe (1972).
See study by L. Sjöberg (1974).
Sickan, Vanheden and Rocky try to rob the Berns nightclub one night, but then an old dynamitard, Dynamit-Harry, shows up, the plan fails, and Sickan is arrested, and has to spend 10 months in a small, locked room. When he is released, he has a new plan, but Rocky and Vanheden have decided to go straight. However they are easily convinced to help Sickan with his plan. Together with Harry, they plan to rob a cold store, managed by their arch-enemy, Wall-Enberg.