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Claustrophobes Need Not Apply [CBD]

As a committed claustrophobic, this both fascinates and repels me. The number of catastrophic mishaps that could occur is amazing. Why anyone would voluntarily descend into a cave is beyond me. Ace talked about doing something different this weekend, but...
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