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Watch blindfolded man perform death-defying tightrope walks in Chicago

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Nik Wallenda, a seventh generation progeny of the famed Flying Wallendas circus family, performed his most dangerous Sunday after walking a tightrope blindfolded between two Chicago skyscrapers.


The 35-year-old put on a blindfold and walked a wire between the two Marina City towers in Chicago, as thousands watched the death-defying spectacle.


Wallenda, who has tightroped over the Little Colorado River Gorge and Niagara Falls, said Sunday’s stunt was the most dangerous, citing winds that “hit me in the face.”