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Roy Horn dies of Covid 19

Passepartout

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May he R.I.P. and his loved ones find peace. I remember his show from so long ago before his unfortunate accident. He and Siegfried entertained millions.
 

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Their show was the best magic show I've ever seen! We were sitting down in the orchestra pit with the stage a few seats to our right side and on the second row facing the catwalk. They brought out a huge tiger in a cage and stopped right in front of us on the catwalk. They covered the cage with a cloth and of course, when they took it off, the tiger was gone. I could see under the cage and across the catwalk to the people in the orchestra pit on the other side. I could see above the cage and around the cage. It seemed impossible that huge tiger could have flattened himself in a false floor of the cage. It just wasn't that deep. It was truly magical! I was so sad when I heard of Roy's accident and this too is so sad.
 

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I heard this as well. End of an amazing era for them. Never saw them appear live, but the few times I saw them on TV they were pretty darned impressive.

Dave
 
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