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Pop-Up Book Explores The Biggest Phobias.

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Neerophobia : Fear of being buried alive.popup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_11

Coulrophobia : Fear of clownspopup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_10

Acrophobia :  Fear of heightspopup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_09

Archanophobia : Fear of spiders.popup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_08

Glossophobia : Fear of public speakingpopup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_07

Mysophobia : Fear of public bathroomspopup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_06

Claustrophobia : Fear of tight spaces.popup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_05

Ophidiophobia : Fear of snakes.popup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_04

Aerophobia : Fear of flying.popup_book_explores_the_biggest_phobias_640_03

Dentophobia : Fear of going to the dentist.

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Guy Takes His Flying Obsession to the Next Level.

Laurent Aigon is a 40 year old Frenchman who loves flying so much that his passion for aircraft has taken over his life at home.

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Laurent has spent thousands euros over the past five years, collecting parts from around the world, to build a fully working Boeing 737 flight simulator in his child’s bedroom at home. Together with fellow enthusiast and friend, Jean-Paul Dupuy, the duo has successfully completed their simulator that is able to realistically mimic various situations. The Institute of Aircraft Maintenance at Bordeaux-Merignac Airport think that the work is so remarkable that they have asked Laurent to give a lecture on his achievement.

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