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see do blindfolded .

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He was taken into a room, blindfolded and led to believe he was going to be hanged.

But his planned attempt to walk over Chicago while blindfolded may be the craziest yet.

“[I] had ear muffs placed over my ears, my eyes were blindfolded, and I was placed in handcuffs,” he reports.

But there was no way, as they stood there blindfolded in the darkened room, to know if they were being told the truth or not.

The video showed a blindfolded man kneeling on the ground with his hands bound behind his back.

If we go against 'em now, it'll be all same goin' blindfolded into a barn t' pick out the best hoss.

Two men are blindfolded, armed with long paper clubs, and then lie at full length on the deck, with left hands clasped.

Our horse she kept concealed and blindfolded until dark, when she allowed him to feed.

As Marion did not wish the British to learn the way to his retreat, this officer was blindfolded and led a long distance.

"No, but everybody excepting the madame must be blindfolded," stated Miss Smith.

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