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A master of oddball characters

Gregory Gibson, author of 'Hubert's Freaks,' brings to life a piece of Times Square history. Gregory Gibson, author of "Hubert's Freaks," brings to life a piece of Times Square history. (Lisa Poole for the boston globe)
By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / June 21, 2008

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GLOUCESTER - Gregory Gibson knows a thing or two about sideshows. The author and book dealer's grand-uncle was Houdini's ghostwriter. His father, a traveling salesman, often gathered magicians in his living room. (Full article: 855 words)

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