Thursday, April 28, 2016


Fans and followers of David Berglas will be pleased to know there is now a website devoted to the life of this legendary performer. It is an ongoing project developed by Professor Richard Wiseman and the University of Hertfordshire. There you will find interviews with David about his early years together with many photographs from his archive. To quote the introduction for the website:

For decades 'International Man of Mystery' David Berglas amazed the world with a series of seemingly impossible stunts. Now in his 90s, David lived through some of the most dramatic and traumatic events of the twentieth century. Psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman (University of Hertfordshire) recently recorded David describing some of his early experiences, including living in Germany during Hitler's rise to power, attending the 1936 Berlin Olympics and working as a postwar Nazi hunter.

You'll find plenty of interest about the man who has created some of the most impossible effects in magic. Go here.