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YouTuber 'MrBeast' buried alive in coffin

 YouTuber 'MrBeast' spends 2 days buried alive in coffin

Jimmy Donaldson, more popularly known as MrBeast, is a YouTuber who does plenty of strange and awe-inspiring stunts on his videos.

Some of his videos are downright outrageous and dangerous but he still manages to garner at least 30 million views for each of them. Some of them have even touched 100 million.

Not so long ago, he started a fast-food restaurant chain called 'MrBeast Burgers' in cities across the United States and started giving people cash, and free iPads and Airpods to make them eat at his new venture.

I Spent 50 Hours Buried Alive - YouTube

Besides this, he has bought all cars in a dealership, adopted all dogs at a shelter, opened a free financial institution for strangers, planted 20 million timber, and shopped billboards to assist PewDiePie.

His latest stunt, which has garnered over 51 million views on YouTube already, is something right out of an illusionist's playbook.

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Well, MrBeast buried himself in a coffin underground for 50 hours and filmed the experience for his 57 million YouTube fans.

He spent more than two days in a coffin undergorundYouTuber 'MrBeast' spends 50 hours buried alive in a coffin.

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A camera was placed inside the coffin and only 12-minutes of the attempt was uploaded on YouTube. MrBeast told his viewers about his experience and confessed he was holding his urine. He was also constantly communicating with his friends on the ground.

The experience was not a simple one as he began to encounter torment and claustrophobia following a day 

"My back harms, I'm beginning to feel claustrophobic, I'm exhausted crazy, I smell pretty terrible," MrBeast is heard saying in the video. 

In any case, some way or another, the 22-year-old made it past the 50-hour mark and was a bit passionate when he rose up out of the final resting place.

The repulsiveness of being covered alive needn't bother with any clarifications. Be that as it may, the dread can be so significant for certain people, they really make moves to make the experience less frightening. 

A man who dreaded being covered alive had a window fitted into his grave so that individuals could look inside to check he was truly dead. Dr Timothy Clark Smith of New Haven, Vermont was so worried about being covered alive that he made his own interesting resting place that incorporated a window and a chime that he could ring on the off chance that he woke up under the ground. 

Presently the grave has become a vacation destination as many visit the region to peer down the window.