Stunt performers have kept us on the edge of our seats for decades with their death-defying feats. While injury and even death are common workplace risks for this dangerous profession, some Daredevils still opt not to use safety equipment.
If you’re in for some second-hand adrenaline rush, we’ve picked out some of the most insanely dangerous stunts ever performed:
Nik Wallenda, a man with nerves of steel, has crossed one of the most dangerous tightropes ever in the history of man. If tightropes aren’t death-defying enough, Nik Wallenda walks all of them with no safety equipment whatsoever.
In June 2013, Nik completed his most terrifying stunt so far – crossing the Grand Canyon.
Jeb Corliss is most likely the top wingsuit pilot of the entire world and for good reason. October 2013, Jeb piloted his wingsuit through a crevice in a 875-foot mountain in China. This crevice is said to be only 60 feet wide at the top and only 15 feet wide at the bottom.
Needless to say, Jeb Corliss was able to complete this dangerous stunt with great success.
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