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grover


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Found this pic a while back in a history book on Golden BC.






healyje


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well-known French clown Jean-Baptiste Auriol, 1849




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The tradition of walking or dancing on a highwire came to Korea through Central Asia and China. The tightrope walker not only walks on the rope but also tells funny stories, sings songs, and even makes sarcastic remarks about the upper classes.




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Nice pictures. Here is a picture from 1959 of Rudolf Omankowski walking across Cheddar Gorge. He was Mentor to many of the great European line walkers including Philippe Petit and Didier Pasquette.




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