In the digital age, the camera catches everything. Phones and recording devices have become a necessity, ready and waiting to capture unforgettable moments, both good and bad. Anything intending to excite or impress others is often recorded, and continues to record even if that moment goes awry. Now, survival stories caught on camera will be revealed on "Still Alive", an all-new series premiering Wednesday, September 14, at 10 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel. Trapped in an avalanche, chased by a bear, hit by a tornado or stalked by a shark; all stories one might need to see to believe. Still Alive shares these amazing survival stories and others from those who stood at the threshold between life and death, and also happened to capture that moment with a digital eyewitness. Viewers will watch riveting, never-before-seen video and hear captivating tales from those who have survived these unimaginable and harrowing situations. In every thrilling, heart-stopping one-hour episode, viewers will step into the shoes of survivors as they recount their terrifying experiences. Watch adventurers escape a flash flood, feel the adrenaline rush of a sky diver whose parachute malfunctions and see through the eyes of fisherman menaced by giant sharks. When that critical moment of potential fatality appears, viewers will see firsthand the death-defying moments captured on the survivors' digital devices.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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“Herman Wouk Is Still Alive” is a 6,500-word short story by American author Stephen King. It was originally published in the May 2011 issue of The Atlantic magazine. The short story won the 2011 Best Short Fiction Bram Stoker Award.
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