Chelsea Duff
July 31, 2016 12:33 pm

Does that headline alone make anyone else feel just a little dizzy? If it does, prepare yourself, because the full story is a lot more terrifying.

Last night, Fox teamed up with Stride gum to bring us Heaven Sent, a TV special starring Luke Aikins, 25,000 feet of air, and exactly zero parachutes. Yikes.

The stunt had never been tried before — but Aikins is no stranger to an adrenaline rush. According to Fox Carolina, Aikins started skydiving at the age of 12 in a tandem jump, then went solo at the age of 16. These days, at age 42, Aikins averages about 800 jumps a year.

He’s completed 18,000 parachute jumps, participated in world-record making stacking jumps, and even loaned his expertise to stunt work on Ironman 3.

But this is the first time he — or anyone — has attempted anything quite like this.

The plan was for Aikins to jump 25,000 feet without a parachute, or even a wing suit, relying only on his skills and experience to steer himself safely into this safety net on the ground.

Even just hearing about it had us like…

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And then, because we were feeling brave, we decided to (attempt to) watch.

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And he made it!

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“I’m almost levitating. It’s incredible, this thing that just happened,” Aikins admitted after pulling it off.

“The words I want to say I can’t even get out of my mouth. Baba booey.”

Baba booey is right. You can watch the full video on Pay-Per-View here. Just try not to cover your eyes the whole time.