Home > Uncategorized > In 1972, Vesna Vulovic, a flight attendant, fell 33,000 feet in an aircraft explosion and survived. In 1972, Vesna Vulovic, a flight attendant, fell 33,000 feet in an aircraft explosion and survived. March 23, 2014 Uncategorized In 1972, Vesna Vulovic, a flight attendant, fell 33,000 feet in an aircraft explosion and survived. She now holds the Guinness world record for highest freefall without a parachute. (source) (image) Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts There is actually a specific area of the brain known as the bilateral vomitation center. It notes when our tummy is upset and queasy, and it makes the final decision whether to barf or not to barf. Cows have best friends and they tend to spend most of their time together. A British soldier once won the Victoria cross for attacking the enemy with beer bottles during the 1950 Korean war. There are at least 10 recorded cases of people dying from laughter. In 1940 in Australia, two planes collided in mid air. Instead of crashing, the two planes stuck together and the pilot was able to make a safe landing. You would have to consume 1500 pounds of marijuana in 15 minutes to overdose. In 1980, the coyote finally caught the road runner. He then asks the audience “Now what do I do?” A man with a chronic ear infection cured himself with his own earwax. He was given a number of drugs by doctors, but nothing worked. In desperation he took earwax from his good ear and placed it in his bad. Two days later he was fine. A single man once booked every other seat at the movies to split up couples on Valentine’s Day. There is a type of ant that can explode suicidally, spewing poisonous adhesive secretions all around them.