Mysteries at the Museum
By: Lynn Coulter
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Bruce Campbell offers a sneak peek at feats of courage and bizarre talents.
Performer Dai Andrews attempts to swallow a sword with a wicked curve.
Entertainer Rick Smith tries to sever an olive mid-air with a playing card.
A daredevil balance artist attempts to hold a pose on top of a building.
Haircules attempts to pull a 15,000-pound box truck...with his hair.
Lily Hevesh elevates domino knockdowns to an art form and tests her limits.
Lords of Lightning attempt to survive millions of volts of electricity.
Rock band OK Go shoots 325 stunts, then slows them down 20,000 percent.
Vic Invades goes to great heights to get extraordinary shots of New York.
Makeup artist Mimi Choi produces mind-blowing creations.
Jonathan Tippett tests his prosthesis mech to see if the creation can walk.
Hammerhead pushes his skull-smashing skills to the absolute limit.
Luis Slayton isn't an ordinary beekeeper, he wears bees to an extreme.
Broc Brown tries to measure up to the world's tallest person.
A motorcycle rider attempts a risky double front flip.
An amazing Brazilian man sees things from a different perspective.
Joseph Herscher handles life's little problems with curious inventions.
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