Houdini died on this day today (Halloween, Oct. 31) back in 1926, in Detroit, and this afternoon (Halloween day, 2018) I paid a visit to his gravesite in Queens, New York.
Houdini rests amongst his relatives in an elaborate family plot at Machpelah Cemetery in Glendale. From Manhattan, it was an hour-long trip on the subway and then a 20-minute hike.
As a tribute to Houdini, I left a pair of police-issue Smith and Wesson Model 100-1 handcuffs that I had specially engraved with his name. I made sure to double-lock the cuffs before leaving them.
Smith & Wesson Model 100-1, nickel
Engraved, too. I wore these while beating off this past week, in honor of the great one.
If you have lots of handcufs, it can be hard to keep them all organized. The Sneaker Boy uses a bin from Ikea!
The Sneaker Boy writes,
“It’s hard to keep cuffs organized. Pegboards are great, but they expose cuffs too too much moving air. I have an IKEA drawer unit (Kallax) that I keep a lot of my supplies in. After a few months of my newer cuffs and leg irons rattling around I found this ‘arts and crafts’ bin that works great to hold several pair of leg irons in the back section and up to 8 pair of handcuffs in the 4 front dividers.”
Good idea, Sneaker Boy!
Check these bad boys out …
Looking good, Cutieboy90!
How do you like them handcuffs, prisoner? Good, I hope, because I’m going to the beach. See ya.
Today’s handcuff pictures are from Mr S.
Check out these pictures from our friend Cutieboy90:
“These are with the oh-so-lovely Clejuso Model 8 legcuffs. I had gotten these cuffs some time before, and on this day I decided to break them (and myself) in properly. So I wore them during the day around my apartment while I did dishes, laundry and other housekeeping chores. They were a bit hobbling, but I got used it after a while and the second day was a little easier than the first.”
Thanks for the pictures, and information, Cutieboy90! And always remember, another thing you and others can do, is read stories in the Prison Library while leg cuffed or otherwise locked up!
To read bondage stories and chastity device reviews by Cutieboy90, click here.
Check out these B&W photographs from The Sneaker Boy
The Sneaker Boy writes,
“More of my usual style of black and white film photos of bondage gear. Most of these are basic shots, some are done with mirrors to create a deeper effect.”