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  • Three rabbits escape from a testing lab and find an entire field full of carrots. They eat themselves into a stupor and sleep throughout the night. The next morning, they find an entire field full of female rabbits with no males in sight. They screw themselves into a stupor and sleep throughout the night. The next morning, the rabbits get to talking. "I'm gonna go back to that field of carrots," says one. "I'm gonna go back to those cute little rabbits," says the second. "I'm going back to the lab," says the third. "I'm dying for a cigarette."

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These magicians died on stage performing their great stunts

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Magic is a gift many people wish they've had, but that doesn't mean it's easy doing it. Of course it's fun watching great magicians doing their job, but did you know many magicians actually died on stage doing different stunts? Well. That's because there's a lot of tricks that can be quite dangerous to perform. You would believe a magician could do anything, but that's just not the case. It's like any other job, sometimes things just don't go right.

Maybe you've heard about the "Sixty Seconds to Live" trick, about performing an escape while suspended upside down from three burning ropes? And what about "Viper Pit", where Melinda Saxe (1965) shackled to the bottom of a glass tank which was then filled with snakes. She escaped using levitation. Seriously, that last part is just a little creepy, anyone using levitation could make us wonder...

And dude, there's many more dangerous tricks. They could all mean death to the magicians who perform them if something goes just a little wrong. In today's movie we're taking a closer look at magicians who unfortunately died on stage, performing their great stunts.