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Bobby Leach, an English stuntman, was the first person in history to survive going over the Niagara Falls. The 1911 stunt, in which he navigated the falls in a barrel, left him with two broken knee caps and a broken jaw, but he survived nevertheless. Ironically, 15 years later Bobby slipped on an orange peel, fractured his leg and died shortly after from the gangrene that ensued!

Bobby Leach, an English stuntman, was the first person in history to survive going over the Niagara Falls. The 1911 stunt, in which he navigated the falls in a barrel, left him with two broken knee caps and a broken jaw, but he survived nevertheless. Ironically, 15 years later Bobby slipped on an orange peel, fractured his leg and died shortly after from the gangrene that ensued!

Bobby Leach, an English stuntman, was the first person in history to survive going over the Niagara Falls. The 1911 stunt, in which he navigated the falls in a barrel, left him with two broken knee caps and a broken jaw, but he survived nevertheless. Ironically, 15 years later Bobby slipped on an orange peel, fractured his leg and died shortly after from the gangrene that ensued!

Bobby Leach, an English stuntman, was the first person in history to survive going over the Niagara Falls. The 1911 stunt, in which he navigated the falls in a barrel, left him with two broken knee caps and a broken jaw, but he survived nevertheless. Ironically, 15 years later Bobby slipped on an orange peel, fractured his leg and died shortly after from the gangrene that ensued!

Bobby Leach, an English stuntman, was the first person in history to survive going over the Niagara Falls. The 1911 stunt, in which he navigated the falls in a barrel, left him with two broken knee caps and a broken jaw, but he survived nevertheless. Ironically, 15 years later Bobby slipped on an orange peel, fractured his leg and died shortly after from the gangrene that ensued!

Bobby Leach, an English stuntman, was the first person in history to survive going over the Niagara Falls. The 1911 stunt, in which he navigated the falls in a barrel, left him with two broken knee caps and a broken jaw, but he survived nevertheless. Ironically, 15 years later Bobby slipped on an orange peel, fractured his leg and died shortly after from the gangrene that ensued!

Bobby Leach's Awful Plunge Over Niagara Falls, 1911 Postcard

Bobby Leach's Awful Plunge Over Niagara Falls, 1911 Postcard

Bobby Leach was the second person to survive a trip over Niagara Falls in a barrel. He accomplished this in 1911. He spent the next six months in the hospital recovering from broken knee caps and various other traumatic injuries.

Bobby Leach was the second person to survive a trip over Niagara Falls in a barrel. He accomplished this in 1911. He spent the next six months in the hospital recovering from broken knee caps and various other traumatic injuries.

Bobby Leach & Barrel Niagara Falls 1910 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Bobby Leach & Barrel Niagara Falls 1910 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Bobby Leach and his Barrel after his perilous trip over Niagara Falls New York

Bobby Leach and his Barrel after his perilous trip over Niagara Falls New York

Bobby Leach, second person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, 1911. He later died due to complications after slipping on an orange peel.

Bobby Leach, second person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, 1911. He later died due to complications after slipping on an orange peel.