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The Death-Defying Origins of Bungee Jumping

Jul 08, 2014 | Chris Heller

A New Zealand daredevil reminisces about the early days of the extreme sport—and it's just as dangerous as you'd imagine. "We had this old potato sack and I filled it up with rocks and dropped it over the side," he says. "It just hit the water, split, dropping all the stones. And that was our test." 
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