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Jay Cochrane: Blindfolded!

Jay Cochrane: Blindfolded!


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On Nov. 11, 1998, Jay Cochrane put on a blindfold and walked 300 feet above the lights of Las Vegas between the towers of the Flamingo Hilton, a distance of 800 feet. Produced for FOX Network's "Guinness World Records: Primetime," Jay earned a world skywalking record for the highest and longest blindfolded skywalk, which took 15 minutes to complete. He removed the tether line which the producers forced him to create, and began the walk before anyone realized. It became a major plotline in the show.

The episode premiered on Tuesday, February 23, 1999.

In a behind-the-scenes moment, Jay joined Susan Anton and the Rockettes on stage at the Flamingo following his skywalk.

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