Here is some stilt history complete with many typos, many
are deliberate and trickey. If you are going to copy it for a school
project, be warned there are a ton of typos, so be prepared to WORK on
the spelling. A spell checker will NOT do a 100% job.
give credit and circulate as widely as possible! If those of
you with access to the RBBB and other old circus programs can add to
the list, I would GREATLY appreciate it. Just email me with your
additions and comments. Thank You.
Astounding Stilt Walking Events
In China, there is an old custom called "walking on stilts"
is a performance which employs two lengths of wooden sticks over three
long to one's feet and walking on them. It is also termed "tied-on long
feet".This kind of performance can be traced back to very ancient
It is described in "Leizi"(a book), "There was a man named Lanzi
in the state of Song (circa 7th century B.C.) who
entertained the first
Song emperor wit his feet of walking and running with two wooden poles
than himself attached to his lower legs. Performers are
legnedary characters and perform with long poles attached to their
feet. It is a
holiday folk performance, especially popular in some country areas.
- 1411 - Date of Namur (Belgium) town ordinance dealing with "Echasseur" or "jousting while wearing stilts"! Opposing teams of jousters, the Mélans and the Avresses, battle each other in a wild melee of blows using shoulders and elbows; shoving, jabbing, blocking and tripping their opponents. We observed one such enactmentat the 2002 Dallas Texas State Fair.
This extraordinary sport is still practiced today.
Another troupe of stilt performers and jousters:
A collection of jousting photos
- In 1891 Sylvain
Dornon stilt walked from Paris to Moscow via Vilno (1830 miles) in
either 50 stages (36.6 miles a day) or 58 days (31.55 miles a
day). Joe Bowen says that there were rest stops that
lengthened the overall time.
- 1892 M. Garisoain of Bayonne France stilt walked "the last 4.97
into Biarritz inm, 42minutes (7.1 MPH).
The Landes 273 mile stilt race held in France at an average speed
of 4.4 MPH!
- Sept 14 1860:
Across Niagara falls on stilts!
Francois Gravelet, aka Charles Blondin, "the great Blondin",
was the first and possibly the best known of Niagara's funambulists !
(tightrope walkers) and also was considered to be one of the greatest
tightrope walkers of all time. He was also known as
"Daredevil wire walker" and popularly known as "the Prince of Manila"
(the rope he used was made of Manila.)
for more pictures and an Article on the life and times of Charles
Depending on where he
mounted the rope, its length measured either 900 or 1200
feet. "He crossed many times, at one time pushing a
wheelbarrow, at another carrying a man upon his back, and again on
stilts." This last, the crossing on stilts, was "when (Albert
Edward) the Prince of Wales came to Niagara to see him".
Sources include Stretch’s copy
of THE GRAPHIC Magazine dated February
27, 1897. And, “Niagara: Chisholm's Complete Guide
to the Grand Cataract" copyright 1891 And searching the ‘net
with GOOGLE.com .
While searching, I noticed that many homilies, or sermons, use Blondin
as inspiration. When crossing Niagara with a wheelbarrow, he
would ask for a volunteer to ride in the wheelbarrow by asking
“ who believes . . .?" . And while many "believed"
he could do the stunt, none would volunteer to be his
passenger! So he would trundle his manager across in the wheelbarrow!
Look for my own sermons, homilies, and
essays on stilt walking at .
I’ll be taking my inspiration from the lives of some of the
folks you see here, and from my own experiences stilt walking.
- 1917 Postcard Of F. E. Wilvert Walking On Stilts from Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania to Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, California.
Height listed as 10 ft. 8 inches. looks about right.
Download Old Newspaper
clippings about F. E. Wilvert from the Harrisburg
Telegraph in Microsoft Word format. Many,
Many thanks to Donald L. Wilver for this newspaper clipping.
Donald Wilver is the great, great grandson, of a cousin, of F E Wilvert
! You can contact him through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1921 A book: "The Girls Book of Skating"
by T.D. Richardson published by Burke *London lists: Sydney Charlton,
1921 -first man to skate on stilts.
Tall Stilt Record 22 feet by Harry Yelding (Harry
Sloan) or Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. From the
1956 "The Guinness Book of Superlatives"
Note: See photos of the Sloan family of stiltwalkers
Also a 1927 newspaper clipping of Harry
Sloan. Photos and clipping supplied by Bobby
Bobby states that Harry Sloan regularly stilt walked the
streets of London and the circus Hippodrome on his tall
stilts. Yikes! Which was worse: cobblestones, kids, wind or
- 1927 "pivoting
flat foot rest" stilt patented 1927 by Lloyd Root in North Tonawanda,
- 1932?? "Hi Jack"
France Redmond, "Nationally known advertiser" walks all over the United
States on stilts. Click the links below to see some old
photos and cards of his.
first card reads..."Nationally Famous and only long distance stilt
Walker. Over 30 years a National Advertiser, and hiked 55,000
miles along highways - thru U. S.A. - delivering messages for friends,
relatives and officials along routes on stilts. Now enroute
Hollywood, California, to New York City, Atlantic City and return- a
10,000 mile hike. Favors appreciated. Yours truly, J. France
second card reads..."Over 40,000 miles walked on stilts. 27
years a stilt walker - age 49 years. Human Skyscraper 11 1/2
feet to top of hat. "Hi-Jack Redmond the world's most famous long
distance stilt walker and motion advertiser. Atlantic City,
N. J. to California to New York City and return my longest
and last hike"
large photo shows Jack in front of the Busy Bee restaurant in a white
chef's costume. Bearing a sign that reads breakfast 25
cents. On the back of the photo is written in pencil 7960
Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, California. And an additional
address in LA, CAL.
one small photo I can make out on Jack's sign "rib steak 20 cents. On
the back I can make out The Cat's Whiskers Hollywood California.
Included in this material is a christmas card
with his photo and a photo of his daughter Mrs. A Eugene Aycock, dated
Professional acrobats Bill Gaffney and Tom Weaver demonstrate
their pogo stilt invention. Published in
Life magazine, August 9, 1954. Photo
credit Robert J. Smith from B.S.
- From the World of Ripley's, Believe it
or Not! 1999 edition pg. 50:
Angelo Corsaro of Catania Italy stilt walks 558 miles to the Vatican,
where the Pope granted him an audience. "A total of 558 miles, "on 10
foot high stilts!" February 13, 1958.
The photo clearly shows him on stilts approximately 5 foot
tall! Making him a total of about 10 feet tall.
This is not the first time I have seen this kind of confusion.
Gary Ensmenger hired as fruit picker. Uses stilts 7 feet in
height to pick peaches at the orchards of Darrell Hurst in Sebastapol,
Ca. . Darrell Hurst had purchased 50 pairs of "Orchard Stilts" built by
Wayne (father) and Dan (son) Demmings from Clovis,
CA. The orchard stilts only came in two
sizes, 4 1/2 feet and 7 foot tall. In those days the stilts
sold for $100 a pair and that was considered expensive.
Orchard Stilts are 10 time faster than any other method of picking
fruit or pruning fruit trees. See their photo in LIFE magazine Feb. 29,
- 1969 edition of the
"Guinness Book of World Records" continues to list Harry Sloan as the
tallest stilt walker. With stilts measuring 22 feet "from
ankle to ground." I wish I knew why they measured
from the ankle and not the sole. Also note that in the
accompany photo the stilts do not look to be 22 feet tall.
Also mentioned are hop pickers use of stilts up to 15 feet tall. See a photo here,
provided by Roy Lambeth. The picture is from a book
that is a reprint of "Pictures from the past - Rural
Life" by John Seymour. First Published by
Collins & Brown Ltd in 1991. This edition
published 1993 by The Promotional Reprint Co exclusively for Selecta
Book Ltd. ISBN 1 85648 127 1
Also listed is the Landes 273 mile stilt race held in France in1894 at
an average speed of 4.4 MPH! This is astounding. I
have done 12 miles in 3hours 2 minutes or a little less than 4 miles an
hour. But 273 miles!! I wish I had more info on this race.
Joe Bowen of distance stilt record fame tells me that he averaged 28
miles a day, with some days hitting 40 + miles, but no hourly figure is
given. Also, see the book "Stilt Walk" by Joe Bowen.
- 1971 Eddy Wolf, age 10, starts
stilt walking at his dad's sawmill.
"Steady Eddy" Wolf age 14 stilt walks the Loyal Corn Festival Parade.
- 1975 Patent date for "pivoting flat foot
rest" stilt with adjustable telescoping tubing for variable heights. By
Raymond Emmert of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
- 1976 Edition Guinness Book of World Records (GBWR) In
this edition, Harry Sloan's stilts are listed as being 21
feet from ankle to ground. Did they round down the
measurement instead of rounding up?
are distance and speed records. In 1891 Sylvain Dornon stilt
walked from Paris to Moscow via Vilno (1830 miles) in either
50 stages (36.6 miles a day) or 58 days
(31.55 miles a day). Joe Bowen says that there were rest
stops that lengthened the overall time.
1892 M. Garisoain of Bayonne France stilt walked "the last
4.97 miles into Biarritz in 42minutes (7.1
MPH). I wonder if this was part of the "Landes
race" mentioned earlier. Was this an annual event? Perhaps
these links: http://www.ciger.be/namur/folklore/stilts/en/ and http://lous.tchancayres.free.fr/index-eng.html
will lead to something?
Aug19, 1977 Emma Sian Disley stilt walks Mt Snowdon
in Wales. (1981 GBWR).
Here for the article (high resolution jpeg)
May 18, 1978 Joe Long (a.k.a. Kenneth Caesar) stilt
walks on 24 foot tall stilts. No distance listed.
From the 1981 edition GBWR.
Gary Ensmenger starts quest for the ultimate stilt, testing 28
different stilt designs.
- In 1980,
Joe Bowen, stilt walks 3008 miles to raise $100,000 to benefit Muscular
Dystrophy. Learn more about Joe at this link, http://tallpuppet.com/bowen.html,
and see a Photo here.
- March 30, 1980
Masahami Tatsushiko (Japan) age 28, stilt runs 100 meters on
one foot high stilts in 14.5 seconds.
- The 1980 edition GBWR lists "Steady " Eddy Wolf of Loyal,
Wisconsin as the record holder with aluminum stilts of 30 feet, 3
inches tall. At this time the GBWR folks require the use of a
safety wire and 25 steps to constitute "mastery". The 30 foot, 3 inch
record was set inside a silo due to high winds. This was May 18,
1978. At age 18? The 1981 edition lists 51 feet as the
distance covered, and the location as Loyal, Wisconsin.
November, 2001 Steady Eddie and his whole family of stilt performers
were featured on Ripley's Believe It or Not TV show. All five
kids perform on stilts. Son Travis is prominently featured
breaking his dad's old record. (but not by much!)
1981 edition also mentions Joe Long (ne~ Kenneth
Caesar), "who had
suffered 5 fractures, mastered 56-lp 24
foot stilts at the BBC TV Centre, London,
on December 8, 1978.
Also listed is Emma Sian Disley (b May 17, 1965)
who stilt walked the 3560 foot tall Mt. Snowdon in Wales.
Covering 2500 vertical feet in 4 hours, 5 minutes, 45 seconds to
benefit the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Date given
is Aug. 19, 1977. No mention is made of the amount
of funds that were raised.
- December 4th,
1981 Eddy appears on a "Guinness Spectacular" television show
in Hollywood California.. He stilt walks on 40 foot, 2 inch
21 1981 RBBB Circus performer John
Russell claimed a new world record in New York for walking on stilts 33
feet high. He managed to take 34 steps before becoming completely
exhausted. Did Steady Eddie get the record before him?
can see several photos of John on his tall stilts in the 1981, 111th
edition of the Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey
circus program. John is a native of Appleton,
Wisconsin. He designed and crafted his 35 pound, 16 gauge
aluminum stilts, complete with guy wires !
14 1981 Joe Long, who held the record before Steady Eddie
plans to take back the record with 35ft, 6in from the ankle stilts. The
article says that Steady Eddie's record earlier that year was only 30
ft from the ankle, not 40ft, 2in. So John Russell really did get the
- The 1982 edition reports ( with photo!) of Steve McPeak carrying
Celeste Starr while on stilts, while on
a high wire!!!! In the photo the stilts appear to
be about six foot from foot to high wire and Celeste is standing on
McPeak's shoulders! This appears to have been in Las Vegas.
See this photo of Shawn Graf on 7 foot stilts on the High
Wire. No date given.
Bowen is credited for his 3008 mile stilt walk from Los Angeles ,
California to Bowen, Kentucky, Feb 20-July 26, 1980.
And Masahami Tatsushiko (Japan) age 28 is credited
for his March 30, 1980 stilt run of 100 meters on one foot
high stilts in 14.5 seconds.
No mention in this
or following editions of Emma Sian Disley who stilt walks Mt.
Snowdon in Wales on Aug19, 1977 (1981 edition)
One year old Travis Wolf starts walking on two inch tall stilts.
- 1983 Patent applied for the "Toe Articulated stilt". Gary
Ensmenger demonstrates his orthopedically correct design by dancing
through the U.S. Patent Office's huge main floor lobby doing the dance
of "We're Off to See the Wizard, The Wonderful Wizard of
OZ!". Followed by a 3 minute tap dance routine set to "Yankee
- The 1984
edition of GBWR lists hop pickers as hop stringers. And height
and distance measurements are given in both English and metric
In the only other change the 1984
edition of the GBWR lists "Steady Eddy" Wolf , stilt walking
on "40 foot, 2inch (12,24M) from ground to ankle"
(!) stilts. Each stilt weighed 40 pounds, 18.1Kg
. He walked 31 steps in Hollywood Calif on Dec. 4th,
1981. There is that "ankle" measurement again.
- 1984 Bigfoot stilt patent granted to Gary Ensmenger. Information from "The
Essance of Stilts" by Gary Ensmenger published in Volume 9, #6, 1990
Laugh Makers magazine.
- On March 8, 1986
Steady Eddy Wolf again appears in a "Guinness Spectacular" filmed in
Tokyo. Adds 4 inches to his tall stilts for a total
of 40 feet, 6 inches. From "Country Life" newspaper clippings
graciously supplied by Mr. Wolf.
- In 1986 Brent Van Rensburg and Charlie Stron worked at the Ringling Brothers
Clown College as teachers. See photos and read about their
amazing high wire stiltwalking at this link: http://www.stilwalker.com/charliestron.htm
- The 1986 edition of GBWR
reverts back to hop "pickers" and their 15 foot tall stilts.
And measurements are again given only in English denominations.
Steady Eddy is given credit for his December 4th, 1981
effort of 31 steps with stilts weighing 40 pounds and 40 feet 2 inches
tall in Hollywood, Calif.
On August 3rd, at Loyal, Wisconsin. Steady Eddy
Wolf age 27, adds 7.5 inches of wood to his aluminum
stilts. The stilts now weigh 57 pounds and are 40 feet, 9.5
inches tall. He sets a new record with 25 steps totaling
about 35 feet on his tall stilts. He repeats the event
several times that day for spectators and film crews. From
the Sept 7, 1988 edition of Country Life newspaper.
- 1989 Gary Ensmenger stiltdances the "Bogie Woogie Tap Dance" in Wierd Al
Yankovich's movie "UHF".
May 28, 1992 Roy Luiking stilt walks 328 feet on one foot tall stilts
in 13.01 seconds at Didam, Netherlands.
- In the 1994 edition of the GBWR Roy Luiking is credited as "the fastest
stilt-walker". 328 feet in 13.01 seconds at Didam,
Netherlands on one foot tall stilts.
Steady Eddy is
credited for his Aug 3, 1988 record breaking effort. His stilts are the
heaviest stilts ever mastered.
No mention of hop pickers or
- In 1995 STILTZ, a commercial stilt making company launched their product in
Doncster, England. In a television interview at a toy fair,
the designer said it took 40 prototypes to get a marketable
product. They were on sale just in time for Christmas
1995. To see photos, click the links below.
- 1996 - PowerSkip
spring stilt development commences in Germany by Alexander of
Boeck Sportartikel GmbH http://www.powerskip.de/
and 1998 editions GBWR No changes.
- 3-10-1998 "Tiltin" Travis Wolf,
age 16, breaks his dad's world record for tall stilt walking
by taking 25 steps on 40 foot, 10.5 inch tall stilts at
Universal Studios, Orlando Florida from the Universal Studios "Backlot
Bulletin". The News-Herald of Fort Lauderdale, Fl. gives credit for "
26 steps" to "Tremendous" Travis. http://www.stilt.com/4thstory.html
- 9-23-98 Doug "The Great
Entertainer" Hunt of Brantford Ontario, Canada sets a new world record
for tall stilt walking and heavy stilt walking: 54 steps on 50 foot, 5
inch tall stilts weighing a combined total of 126 pounds. He raises
about $40,000 for charity. Each Stilt is made from two carbon fiber
sailboat masts bolted together. Due to a "blown" knee, he wears a knee
brace. He repeats the event several times at later dates as a charity
- Sept/Oct 1998 Toby
"Twist" Johnson age 40 stilt walks 333 miles in 33 days
across the state of Illinois for the American Heart Association. He
raises about $10,000.
PowerSkip spring stilts patent issued. Currently patented in
France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and the USA.
the premier spring stilt manufacturer. Since then first
(PowerRiser) and Chinese knock offs of lesser quality have come to
market. While these spring stilts share some common features
German made PowerSkips are made to much higher quality
standards. With prices to match! Even so,
there is a
thriving niche market for hot rodding these stilts and their knock
offs, to extend performance and durability for performers working the
cruise ship and amusement park markets. The young acrobats
perform to the limits and beyond; pounding steel, aluminum, plastic and
nylon to destruction with runs, leaps, bounds and double flips! http://www.powerskip.de/
In 129th edition of the RBBB circus performer Zou Yan,
of the Wuhan Tetterboard Troupe ,
“wearing a pair of five foot stilts, nails a double twisting
somersault” for “the first time anywhere”
as listed in the circus program.
In contrast, the Belrussian troupe member Andrei Mishin
performes a classic double back somersault while strapped into a single
stilt for the 129th edition of the RBBB circus.
25, 1999 Bill "Stretch" Coleman, age 46 ,
stilt walks the 26.2 mile Dublin, Ireland
Marathon as a fund-raiser for the Arthritis
Foundation. He raises over $6500. http://www.tallpuppet.com/marathon.htm
- October 29 2001 Bill "Stretch" Coleman
again stilt walks the Dublin Ireland Marathon. http://www.tallpuppet.com/marathon.htm
- 5-28-02 Bill "Stretch" Coleman
completes his 5th Bolder Boulder 10K race on stilts.
- On Saturday, September 14, 2002 Doug Hunt
took 29 independent steps, on stilts made of Carbon Fiber, measuring 50
feet 9 inches in length and weighing 137 pounds combined. Doug broke
his old record of 50 feet 5 inches and 126 pounds combined.
4, 2003 Colin Tschida ‘05 holds a Guinness, and
it’s not the bottled, alcoholic kind. Tschida has a Guinness
World Record for Climbing a Mountain on Stilts.
the Article here.
Times.com June 3, 2003 pg 4
Actors Take High Steps
(AFP) -- Six actors from Yevpatoria claim to have established a
stilt-walking record in a race organized as part of the 2,500th
anniversary celebrations of the founding of their Black Sea town.
The six, perched on the one-meter-high stilts, managed to keep their
balance for the 72-kilometer trek from Yevpatoria to Simferopol on
The stilt-walkers -- all theater actors -- each
covered about 10 kilometers in the relay marathon and took just over
eight hours to complete their journey.
1, 2003 Samat Imin of China set a "24 hours on
stilts" record on 73cm high stilts and a distance of 79.6
km. He says he is just preparing to beat Joe Bowen's record
by stilt walking 5000 km in 150 days. This event is planned
for March of this year. If you would like to contact him or
lend support you can email him at email@example.com
From his daughter, Brooke
Sommerdorf: My dad was a very enthusiastic skater and took it to
a new level when he added stilts to his ice skates. He died in 2007
when his fall on his stilts on Donner lake broke the ice underneath him
and he drowned. He was very good on his stilt skates, you should see
the video :
Fastest 8 kilometers
39 minutes 56 seconds
2004 in China.
modified Powerskips, or Power Risers. I believe these are
confused by his mention of a Guinness requirment of 40 inches
when Powerskips and 'Risers give but
only about 18
inches of elevation.
In any case an outstanding
26, 2005 Samat Imin, a 28-year-old teacher of physical
on two 16.14-meter-high stilts in Urumchi, northwest
Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Saturday Nov. 26, 2005. ( Center and
Right) The stilts are made of stainless
steel and weighs 29.4 and 24.9 kilograms respectively. Samat Imin
walked for 49 steps, breaking the Guinness World Record set
by Canada's Doug Hunt, who on September 14, 2002 walked 29
measuring 50 feet 9 inches in length. Picture taken on
26, 2005." There is some contraversy regarding this
A question of wheather his safety wires were slack, or if they
in fact offering suport and balance. The photos published
were uninformative on this question. Bill
and the other video (which is the best one )is at:
as you can tell he'd been doing this for a long time.
- Oct. 28, 2007
Neil Sauter of Blissfield, MI walked the Grand Rapids
on stilts on October 28, 2007
in a total time
of 7 hours 23
- March 26,
2008 JCC faculty member
to make trek on stilts Wednesday, March 26, 2008
I search the web and raise money
for charity with Everyclick.
Sauter is standing up for
people with cerebral palsy -- way, way up.
adjunct Jackson Community
College faculty member plans to trek more than 800 miles across
stilts to raise awareness of the disability.
of Blissfield, will begin
his journey May 5 in Lambertville near the Ohio border and hopes to
100 miles a week over eight weeks until he reaches the northwestern
part of the Upper Peninsula.
to travel lightly.
who has mild cerebral
palsy, will stop by locations within communities to talk with people
disability and United Cerebral
Palsy of Michigan.
Sauter is scheduled to be in Vandercook
Lake on May
7-8 and Leslie on May 8-9.
information, visit www.stiltstory.org
robot completed the London
Marathon today – almost 120 hours after setting off.
the news story
More about his
stunts for charity
Michelle Frost completed The London Marathon on 4ft pegs in 8 hours. I am in touch with her if you would like to know more.
One report says:-
is a world record holder on stilts as she has recently completed the
London marathon on stilts and she retains the record as the First
person to do a marathon on stilts, listed in the book forever!
The official report states:-results |
Flora London Marathon 2008 Results
PERSON view pace graph
Name FROST, MICHELLE L (GBR)
Runner No.: 33074
Age group W20
5 km 0:47:13
10 km 1:35:00
15 km 2:25:05
20 km 3:29:02
25 km 4:19:37
30 km 5:30:45
Position (overall) 34385
Position (gender) 10718
Position (age group) 687
Finish time 8:36:32
Attached are 2 photos of her during the marathon.
Here we go again!
Date:Fri, 4 Apr 2008 15:00:00 -0400
Hi Gary and Bill,
I never give up!
We are trying again to set a new record
people on stilts. This time I have the help of three High
We are all set to go on May 15, 2008.
attached below is a photo taken by our
(made front page) from our last attempt. The tall guy is me
will send more details
CANADA DAY 2006 MOST PEOPLE ON STILTS
GUINNESS WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT
Subject:Most people on stilts - Official Record!
From:Doug Hunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date:Fri, 21 Nov 2008 10:15:36 -0800 (PST)
It's official - Most People on Stilts
North Park Collegiate, Brantford, Ontario Canada
On May 15, 2008 625 people walk a distance of 100 meters on 12" high peg stilts for a
new World Record!
See link below and letter from David Gould (Throwdini) North America President. Note:
If you walked or helped in anyway you are eligible to order a personal certificate!
I'm please to announce the recent stilt record you organized has been accepted as an
RHR Official World Record and appears on
Record Holders Republic ( www.recordholdersrepublic.co.uk ) under newest records OR a
search under STILTS.
INDIVIDUALIZED Official World Record Certificates are available to each of the participants.
The fee is $20 for the first and $15 for each additional certificate mailed to the same
address at the same time, regardless of certificate name.
Please pass this information on to everyone involved. Your timing was good, the record
has just made the deadline for inclusion in our new book, Believe The Unbelievable!
(Bartleby Press, coming soon), and appears a
Most People on Stilts: 625.
Doug Hunt. Doug Hunt organized a mass stilt walk of 625 people walking 328 feet (100 meters) on 12” peg stilts.
Participants interested in a certificate can reach me by sending an e-mail to:
email@example.com with a cc'd e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Throw / David
US President, Record Holders Republic
The Great Throwdini — The World's FASTEST Knife Thrower
(The Rev. Dr.) David R. Adamovich
876 Guy Lombardo Avenue
Freeport, NY 11520
historical Stiltwalking information in French, Spanish and English ,
Visit Lous Tchancayres, Folk and Artistic Group of People on Stilts
Landes and the stiltwalkers and stilt fighters of Namur.
Also visit the website of 'The
Royal Stilt Walkers - Merchtem, Belgium' , which is
one of the biggest historical groups practicing Stiltwalking all over
These folks will be at the Texas State Fair in Dallas the end of
Read the latest article about them HERE.