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The corpse of an Indian mage who died 24 hours after the trick of & # 39; Houdini & # 39; was found in the river Ganges, went wrong



A magician was found dead in the Indian River Ganges after a chain-stunt had gone terribly wrong.

One crane left the Chanchal Lahiri-born & # 39; Wizard Mandrake & # 39; Down in the river near Kolkata, while the loves of the Indian star Fans, reporters and policemen watched from the riverbank on Sunday.

But the tight-lipped 40-year-old did not emerge from the water after being released into the current by a metal hook to recreate a Houdini trick.

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Rescue workers discovered his body on Monday night after a desperate 24-hour search.

  In this photo, taken June 16, 2019, Indian Stuntman Chanchal Lahiri, known by his stage name

In this photo from June 16, 2019, the Indian stuntman Chanchal Lahiri, known by his stage name "Jadugar Mandrake", with steel chains and ropes lowered into the Ganges in Kolkata.
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The tragic news was confirmed by Deputy Commissar of Port Department of the Kolkata Police, Syed Waquar Raza.

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Before Lahiri entered the river, it was said to have been "magical" when he had freed himself but "tragically" if he could not.

The Mage has successfully completed a similar stunt for 21 years in the same river.

  The magician who performed in previous water stunts.

The wizard who performed in previous water stunts
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