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Velvet – Check-out – A terrifying video depicts a man being pulled into the depths by a vortex

Velvet – Check-out – A terrifying video depicts a man being pulled into the depths by a vortex

He wanted to become a world-famous photographer, but something went wrong and he got lost in the depths: Englishman Jacob Cockle took many wonderful pictures of the seas during his career, but the last time he ventured too close to the whirlpool. That sucked him.

The body of Englishman Jacob Cockle, who was a keen photographer and an even more avid surfer, was dragged to a depth of twelve meters by a whirlpool, and then 73 meters into the Carencio pool. He became world-famous for his work, and his photographs were particularly extreme. Using his talent several times while surfing, he took photos in dangerous situations, such as moments before he was swept away by a wave. During his latest project, he ventured close to a vortex wearing a horse mask, but the action proved fatal.

Cockle was in Hale Harbor near Cornwall, where the whirlpool always appears intermittently due to an enclosed underwater tunnel. The tunnel leads to Carensaw Basin, a body of water created in 1830 to harness tidal movements. A surf photographer decided to swim in the vortex wearing a horse mask while filming, despite signs in the area strictly prohibiting this. His actions were filmed by his friend David Wren. Although Cockle noted how terrifying the vortex was, the power of which he had once experienced up close, he ventured closer to it again and again.

I was a little scared when I first walked in, but I think it's safe now

These were the photographer's last words. After photographing Jacob Kokl circling the center of the vortex, he decided to use a GoPro to film some subsurface footage. This was the last time he was seen alive. When he did not show up, his friend tried to shout after him, then ran to Carencio Paul to ask the fishermen if they had seen anyone. Finally, he himself noticed Cockle's floating body, face down in the water.

He loved the water, and once he was in, he couldn't beg his way out. Not a day goes by that I don't think about it

Jacob Cockle's mother told the BBC. A friend of the late photographer added: “He made us believe in the existence of magic.” Tell.

(Ladbable)

(Cover image: Whirlpool. Illustration: Getty Images)

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