All posts by: ISA

The Adventures of Jared Anderson

Tell me about your journey into hook suspension in general; why you got into it, and how long have you been in the industry personally and professionally.  I became fascinated with suspension, as cliché as it sounds, from the Discovery Channel....
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Dallas Suscon 2014

Most people in the suspension community may have heard of, or in many cases attended, the Dallas Suscon. If you haven’t, you are certainly missing out on one of the year’s best suspension events. The Dallas Suspension Practitioners Convention brings...
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Hook Interview: Tiana Marie

Everyone hook suspends for their own reasons. Some people suspend because it’s bad ass, others because of spirituality and some just for the fun of it. Whatever the reason, I personally always get chills watching videos and looking at photos...
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Flesh Hook

For people outside of the suspension community, the idea of marking a very large portion of the front of your body with some tool you use in your hobby might seem absurd. For those who have had the experience of...
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The Midwest Suspension Connection

Written by Stephie Von Hutter Thomas, with contributions from attendees and practitioners of the The Midwest Suspension Connections 1st Annual Hooker Harvest: After working several events together, it became clear to the members of Mercury Suspension, Urban Rituals, and C.A.T. Flesh...
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Hook Interview: Waylay Suspension Force

Waylay Suspension force is a upbeat, easy going hook suspension team from Brisbane Australia. Founded by Waylay Jake the team has been facilitating a wide range of suspension since 2010. Waylay Jake began his journey into hook suspension with Polymorph...
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When Hope Fails

The holiday season means Christmas carols playing in every store and restaurant, obligatory gift purchases to waste your money on, and lots of snow and cold weather for many of us in this part of the world. So how about...
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Know Your Status

If you grew up in the 90’s you probably remember these billboards being around. After the AIDS epidemic had hit there was a lot of press given to organizations that were pushing people to go and get HIV tests and...
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My Storm

Although Hook Life is predominately dedicated to news and articles regarding body suspension and flesh pulls, this music video’s use of facial hooks to convey the feelings of the song and the director’s vision was far too beautiful to pass...
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Let’s Get Creepy

October always ends up being a busy time for suspension. Recently a friend asked why we present suspension at haunted houses and attractions; places where it is displayed as something gory and scary to the public. It made me consider...
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