Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

Escape artist Anthony Martin has survived being handcuffed, locked inside a coffin and then tossed out of an airplane. Mr. Martin pulled off the daring escape overnight in a skydive over Serena, Illinois and told Fox News he was “pretty confident” it was the best escape artist stunt of all times.

Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

Escape artist Anthony Martin is dropped out of an airplane while handcuffed and locked inside a box. (AP)

Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

Escape artist Anthony Martin falls while handcuffed and locked inside a box after being dropped from an airplane over Ottawa, Illinois. (AP)

Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

Escape Artist Anthony Martin was handcuffed, chained, locked inside a coffin and then thrown out of an airplane. (Anthony Martin’s website)

Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

In the second image of three escape artist Anthony Martin glides under his parachute after successfully escaping from his handcuffs and the locked box. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen)

Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

Escape artist Anthony Martin raises his hands in celebration after successfully escaping from handcuffs and a box he was locked in after being dropped from an airplane in Ottawa. (AP)

Escape Artist Anthony Martin Faces Coffin Skydive at 14,500 Feet

The damaged box after Anthony Martin escaped from it. (AP)

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