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Enjoy a terrifying 10,000 foot GoPro camera freefall

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Got your dramamine and/or hallucinogenics? Either will work for the latest video starring a tough, but not-very-well-attached GoPro camera. Its owner lost it during a skydiving formation gone wrong, and it continued the rest of the 10,000 feet down without him, spinning crazily the whole way. But the camera and video survived and were picked up by a resident of Kristianstad, Sweden, who figured it had been sitting in a meadow "for several years." He posted it on YouTube (below) to find the rightful owner, and the trick worked -- it was claimed by a parachutist from a nearby flying club. Unfortunately, it may also give you some horrific new falling dreams.

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