Short first-hand accounts of what it actually feels like to walk on the moon or be struck by lightning; to participate in
an orgy or be shot in the head; to be 7'6" (215cm) tall; be bitten by a shark . . .
Just taking a stab here, but in all likelihood, you've never walked on the moon. You've probably never won a Nobel prize, been swept up in a tornado, gone over Niagara Fails in a barrel, or been mauled by a ferocious animal.
Not to worry. We're here to help. Thanks to Buzz Aldrin, we can share with you what it's like to stomp your boots on the fine talcum powder that covers the moon. Thanks to a California spear fisher named Rodney Orr, we can describe the crunch of a great white shark chomping down on your head.
Sir Ranuiph Fiennes will tell you what it feels like to black-and-decker your own frost-bitten fingers off; while actor Gabriel Pementel ("Mini-Me") will tell you all about being 2'11" (64cm) tall . . .
So sit back, turn the page, and read what these extraordinary people went through for you . . .