Suspension Video 2/2

This next clip is from Vampy and the Body Evolution crew’s August 6, 2006 suspension event. This one documents Namesofthedead‘s resurrection suspension (you may remember I posted a photo of that resurrection, from the beginning (piercing and hook placement), until she came down.

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DivX download link for BME members: Extreme2 or Full members

19 thoughts on “Suspension Video 2/2

  1. The moment when she lifts off the ground is amazing, I gasped for joy when i saw it. Musta been really special. Well done 🙂

  2. It was such an amazing suspension to watch… absolutely stunning.

    This reminds me, I need to get my “sex noise” video from vampy…

  3. For my Bday Im geting suspended! maybe by then I will have some interesting pics to send BME!… I also would love to know the name of the song and artist that plays in the bacground of the vid?

  4. Brilliant, beautifully edited.

    The song playing in the background is called ‘The Mercy Seat’ as covered by Nick Cave, I think.

  5. I’ve never seen a suspension video before, only pictures, but that was something else. I never imagined the act to be so beautiful. I see suspensions totally differently now. Thanks 🙂

  6. Dammit, it is refusing to play on my mac (using VLC or DivX, and it also won’t convert to DivX, it’s throwing up a bunch of errors).

  7. yep, the song was indeed nick cave’s mercy seat….its what she was listening to when she went up, but i could only find an acoustic version on my pc when i edited…so its not the exact same song…but i think its beautiful.

    joker: when i get a chance I’ll be making a dvd of the entire event (well, of everyone who signed model releases, which i think is everyone) and sending copies to everyone involved, so I’m sure you’ll get a chance to see it…and it’ll be a lot higher quality too 🙂

    Also, thanks to dispel for doing the filming

  8. I just wanted to say that this video was the catalyst that made me realize suspending is something I have to do.

    I love the care and watchfulness the crew evinces, they remind me of adult birds helping a fledgling to find its wings for the first time. There’s a tenderness I never would have imagined would be part of something like this.

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