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Philippe Petit's "Perfect Crime"

Jul 8, 2014

High Wire artist Philippe Petit.
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Philippe Petit made his walk between the towers of the World Trade Center 40 years ago. He stayed up on that wire for 45 minutes, made 8 passes between the towers, got down on his knees, and he even laid down on it! But it's more than that one feat - it was a placeholder for a much broader philosophy of risk and creativity, and evidence of who the man really is.

We'll have a full-length interview with Petit on this show, as he releases his new book, Creativity: The Perfect Crime.

Listen to his philosophy about living life "on the edge of life" from "Man On Wire":

***This show originally aired on May 15, 2014***