Diver Jeanna Edgerton and her husband Brian Wiederspan describe in detail one of the most intense scenes of the series. After surfacing in a dome with “bad air”, Jeanna struggles to stay afloat and is deprived of oxygen. Brian and the rest of the team quickly mobilize to come to her aid during a very tense, touch-and-go moment.

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A very special thanks to:
Robbie Schmittner, Toddy Waelde, Guillermo De Anda, Dante Garcia, Bil Phillips, Jim Coke, Jeff Clark, Gosia Pytel, Brian Wiederspan, Jeanna Edgerton, Adair Crow, Maria Noel Zisa, Marty O’Farrell

Thank you to the Instituto Nacional de Anthropología e Historia (INAH) for the kind support in the creation and presentation of this project.
INAH Researcher – Guillermo de Anda, Ph.D

The Quintana Roo Speleological Survey

Riviera Maya Grip, Hydroflex, Dive Rite, Big Blue Dive Lights, Xibalba Dive Center, Tulum Scuba, Protec Sardinia, Frog Kick Diving

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