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Extreme Stuntman Called 'Flying Dagger' Stunt 'Absolutely Terrifying'

Jeb Corliss, 37, was the first to complete a helicopter jump in China's Janglangshan Mountain.
10/04/2013

Transcript for Extreme Stuntman Called 'Flying Dagger' Stunt 'Absolutely Terrifying'

In this the go pro generation, there are plenty of dudes willing to jump out of the sky just to post their exploits on the web. But few take as many or varied risks as jeb coreliss from the eiffel... See More
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