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Indoor Skydiving???

Has anyone ever gone? My fiance wants to go actual sky diving but i think we should start with indoor skydiving first.. does anyone know if there are any facilities in pennsylvania
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219241 tn?1413537765
How the heck does a person sky dive indoors? No offense but that seems a little odd to me! Love to know how it is done!
Avatar universal
I am afraid of heights. Doesnt matter if it is inside or outside! I get faint feeling on a six foot ladder, lol, so Im probably not a good one to judge?
284738 tn?1283106819
they have a wind tunnel..
219241 tn?1413537765
Oh yeah! I know what you mean now! Sounds like fun and alot safer!
389974 tn?1331015242
Why not go skydiving? (You could always let your fiancee go separately)
915277 tn?1252573113
What about going to one of those theaters where you actually feel what you are seeing on the screen...don't know what they are called, here the theater is called IMAX...there are screens all around you and if the movie is about skydiving, you could actually get the "feeling" of it, before you do it.  Also, if you get scared, all you have to do is close your eyes, and the feeling goes away!!  Plus, you are in no danger of getting hurt... ;)
203342 tn?1328737207
Sounds like fun to me! :D
Avatar universal
Oh, they had an imax in ohio.  I went and it was about those planes that perform in the air for air shows! OMG! I got so sick! I couldnt even walk I was sooo dizzy! Never did it again!
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