Niagara Falls - Outline of lecture on psychology of people doing extreme things HookedonThrills A NiagaraFalls 1

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Outline of lecture on psychology of people doing extreme things Hooked on Thrills A. Niagara Falls 1. 3 Falls separate Canad. From the State of N.Y  2. 3. Am. Falls/ Bridal Veil Falls/ Canad. Horseshoe Falls been challenges in  early 1800s. Height: 170 feet, 150,000 gall./s B. Seekers 1. Annie Taylor - first woman/ person went over the falls, in a wooden  barrel, on 63 birth,1901 2. Kirk Jones – went over Falls in 2003 without any protection 3. Jean Francois Gravelot a. the most famous one, called “the The Great Blondim” b. C. Stunts changes
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1. been illegal since 1970 2. will be taken to jail and pay large fine 3. discourage pl. to save their lives 4. discourage a circus atmosphere
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course ENGLISH 3342222 taught by Professor Hung during the Spring '10 term at Barclay.

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Niagara Falls - Outline of lecture on psychology of people doing extreme things HookedonThrills A NiagaraFalls 1

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