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Tim Taylor
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I don't think there is any trickery here. I watched a guy from India do this at Vinece Beach. Anybody know how to get info on this? By the way this guy would let you bring your own bottles and break them up into a big pile and jump off a chair into the pile. His feet would then be shown to be free of cuts. Smile
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Hi Midknightmagic

There is no trick but plenty of method. I do this stunt myself.

It can be found in 'swami mantra' if you want more. But be warned, the description in there, while it gives you most everything you need to know, is a little light. You will need to attach some of your own common sense to it. The stunt is known as 'blind leap' by the way.

Have fun

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This was discussed at length on this very forum! In fact glass preparation and a short glass-walking act was outlined. Do a little searching!
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Try http://www.sideshow-freaks.com/sideshow_......tocf.htm
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Krista does a nice glass-walk. Use our search, and browse around. Go back a ways to find just about all the acts.
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Tim Taylor
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I just joined last night (2/10/03)so all this is new to me. I thank you all for the insight. Smile
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Hi Midnight

Just wondered if you have gotten any further with this stunt. I have been adding to my glass stuff a lot recently so it's on my mind at the moment. Keep us updated, I may have a couple of ideas you can use. Smile

Have fun

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One thing I have been told about this stunt is that the glass has to be completely motion free after the lading for it to cut your feet. But I'm not sure on that one, it seems kinda simple to me.
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