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Published: Sep 25, 2008
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Did Criss Angel Die? David Blaine Completes 'Dive Of Death'
by Mike Baron


Nearly everyone who is disappointed by the David Blaine's Dive of Death find themselves asking this question "Did Criss Angel Die?" Did the goth magician die during his latest stunt?

The ominous ending to the latest episode of his series, Mindfreak, has fans thinking Angel perished in a car crash and have been leaving frantic messages on his MySpace page.

Some postings:

"criss im in tears. r u dead? plz tell me ur not please."

"Criss..You need to have someone let everyone know if your alright!!! I will be devastated if you are dead! :( I love you."

"criss...just post a bulliten to tell us you are ok!!! please!!! i am freaking out. please!!!"

So, is he dead? It's a legit question to which the obvious answer is no. You would think that people would show a bit more smarts since the show is taped sometimes months beforehand. Criss is probably fine.

Then again, If he is dead, we know who to suspect. Hugh Hefner

Blaine, on the other hand, is dealing with the fall-out over his latest stunt. A two-hour ABC television special called "David Blaine: Dive of Death" showed footage of him safely finishing his latest stunt: hanging upside-down without a net high over Central Park for 60 hours.

Blaine led everyone to believe that those hours would be consecutive. It was later revealed thru photos to not be the case. Oh, and he also caught a .22-calibre bullet fired from a rifle into a metal cup in his mouth.

He celebrated the end of his wire act Wednesday night by diving from a platform 44 feet to the ground while attached to a harness. Whatever.




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