Something Went Wrong And This Dive Killed Him...They Still Haven't Found His Body

Something Went Wrong And This Dive Killed Him…They Still Haven’t Found His Body

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); When trying to pull off an incredible stunt, you have to expect that something might go wrong. The only bad part is that things going wrong could lead to your demise. Despite the risk of death or severe bodily harm, people still attempt to act like daredevils. Usually, everything is fine…until it isn’t. Take, for example, the story of Slovenian diver Andrej Beuc. Earlier this month, Beuc died while attempting to dive off of a bridge into the Drina River — which is on the border of Bosnia and Serbia — during a diving competition. YouTube / Daily Hot News googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DCBM_BTF’); }); The bridge (pictured below) was about 60 feet from the water and normally would have been an easy dive for Beuc, who was an experienced jumper and skydiver. Reddit / DJ21 However, something went wrong when he hit the surface of the […]

People Are Totally Freaking Out Over This Swing, And You Will Be Too When You See It

People Are Totally Freaking Out Over This Swing, And You Will Be Too When You See It

A bucket list staple for intrepid travelers, Hawaii’s Haiku Stairs attract hundreds of adventurers every year. This hiking trail on the island of O’ahu is made up of almost 4,000 steps, and it provides climbers with unbeatable views from atop the Ko’olau mountain range. The only catch? Sadly, it’s been illegal to use the trail since 1987, and a storm rendered the stairs totally unsafe in 2015. And if you know anything whatsoever about humans, you know that plenty of people go right ahead and ignore all of that nonsense on a daily basis. In fact, one search on Yelp yields hundreds of reviews written by daredevils who decided to climb the Haiku Stairs anyway. Wikimedia Commons One such daredevil built a swing alongside the trail because that doesn’t sound like a terrible idea at all. As you might imagine, young people have taken it upon themselves to say, “You […]

If You're Looking For A Crazy Adventure, Cliff Camping Could Be Your Next Thrill

If You’re Looking For A Crazy Adventure, Cliff Camping Could Be Your Next Thrill

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