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Kirsten Janusewski suspends by hooks in her skin at Skynthesis Body Suspension's studio in Easton, Penn. (Paige Pfleger/WHYY)
Kirsten Janusewski suspends by hooks in her skin at Skynthesis Body Suspension's studio in Easton, Penn. (Paige Pfleger/WHYY)
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A lot of people seek out experiences that push the limits — think skydiving, BASE jumping and parkour. But some choose even edgier extremes.

Paige Pfleger (@PaigePfleger) from WHYY's The Pulse reports on a practice that might look scary, but those who do it say it releases a lot of bottled-up emotions. And a warning — this story might make some people a little squeamish.

This segment aired on January 17, 2018.

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