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Walter B. Gibson

An American writer and career magician, he wrote near 3 hundred pulp fiction stories having a well-known character referred to as “The Darkness.” Beneath the pseudonym of Andy Adams, he also published many “Biff Brewster” youthful adult books. When he was seven, he produced a puzzle which was published within the exclusive American Heritage publication. After graduating from Colgate University or college in 1920, he started composing crossword puzzles for a number of newspapers. He released functions on the topics of paranormal phenomena, accurate criminal offense, and magic. He was created in Philadelphia, Pa. His dad was Alfred Cornelius Gibson, and his mom was May Morrell Whidden Gibson. He ghostwrote many magic books for Howard Thurston, Harry Houdini, along with other great magicians.

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