Man Swallows Surgical Forceps Moving X-ray Fluoroscope




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Published on May 4, 2010

http://CuttingEdgeInnertainment.com Amazing moving x-ray fluoroscope of Guinness World Record sword swallower Dan Meyer swallowing a surgical forceps. Watch as the 19" long forceps slides down the esophagus past his heart. This moving x-ray fluoroscope of Dan was filmed at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville for Stan Lee's Superhumans on The History Channel.

Sword Swallower Dan Meyer is a 35x World Champion Sword Swallower, multiple Ripley's Believe It or Not with 7 Guinness World Records, recognized as the world's leading expert in sword swallowing as president of the Sword Swallowers Association International and winner of the 2007 Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine at Harvard for sword swallowing medical research.

As a performer, sword swallower Dan Meyer is best known for dangerous feats and extreme daredevil stunts such as swallowing 21 swords at once, swallowing swords underwater in a tank of sharks for Ripley's Believe It or Not Myrtle Beach, swallowing a sword heated to 1500 degrees RED HOT for Stan Lee's Superhumans, and for pulling a car by swallowed sword for Ripley's Believe It or Not Baltimore.

As a motivational speaker on overcoming obstacles and doing the impossible, Dan speaks at TEDx, Ig Nobel, PINC, Ignite talks, and corporate, science, medical, college, and youth events around the world on "Cutting Through Fear: The Art and Science of Doing the Impossible".

Watch Dan Meyer win the 2007 Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine at Harvard:

Watch Dan swallow swords in a tank of SHARKS for Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Watch Dan WOW the judges on the America's Got Talent Atlanta:

Watch Dan swallow a FLAMING sword and CURVED sword on Americas Got Talent Las Vegas Semi-Finals:

From the AGT Las Vegas Semi-Finals, Meyer went on as a Top 50 Finalist as a AGT Wildcard to America's Got Talent Finals in Los Angeles in 2008.

Watch Dan swallow 7 swords at once and a sword heated to 1500 degrees RED-HOT for Stan Lee's Superhumans on History Channel:

Watch Dan swallow a 100-year old SAW and 15 SWORDS AT ONCE for AOL Weird News:

Watch Dan Meyer EAT GLASS and swallow a GLOWING LIGHT SABER on the Ricki Lake Show:

Watch Dan Meyer PULL a CAR by swallowed sword for Ripley's Believe It or Not Baltimore:

Still don't believe sword swallowing is real? Want Scientific PROOF?
Check out X-ray fluoroscopes filmed at Vanderbilt Medical Center for Stan Lee's Superhumans to prove sword swallowing is REAL:

Connect with Sword Swallower Dan Meyer:

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"Cutting Through Fear - From Wimp to World Record Holder: The Art and Science of Doing the Impossible" Sword Swallower Dan Meyer now speaks as a corporate, motivational and inspirational speaker, comedy youth entertainer and speaker at events such as Ig Nobel, Ignite, PINC, TEDx, science and medical festivals, museums and associations, corporate, college, and youth events such as YEC, DNOW, 5th Quarter, Extreme Tour, Upward Unlimited Awards Night Celebrations, and corporate conventions, conferences, fairs, festivals, artist tours, and other events in 25 countries around the world.

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