Daredevil Gran

A SUPERGRAN has been strapped to a rocket and FIRED across a canyon in an incredible stunt. Daredevil Sue Brown, 68, travelled to New Zealand to be tied to a tethered rocket, which then flew across a canyon. The gran-of-four wanted to prove that Parkinson’s disease was no barrier to living life to the full and has been performing eccentric and demanding stunts since she was 55.

A SUPERGRAN has been strapped to a rocket and FIRED across a canyon in an incredible stunt. Daredevil Sue Brown, 68, travelled to New Zealand to be tied to a tethered rocket, which then flew across a canyon. The gran-of-four wanted to prove that Parkinson's disease was no barrier to living life to the full and has been performing eccentric and demanding stunts since she was 55.

A SUPERGRAN has been strapped to a rocket and FIRED across a canyon in an incredible stunt. Daredevil Sue Brown, 68, travelled to New Zealand to be tied to a tethered rocket, which then flew across a canyon. The gran-of-four wanted to prove that Parkinson's disease was no barrier to living life to the full and has been performing eccentric and demanding stunts since she was 55.

A SUPERGRAN has been strapped to a rocket and FIRED across a canyon in an incredible stunt. Daredevil Sue Brown, 68, travelled to New Zealand to be tied to a tethered rocket, which then flew across a canyon. The gran-of-four wanted to prove that Parkinson's disease was no barrier to living life to the full and has been performing eccentric and demanding stunts since she was 55.

A SUPERGRAN has been strapped to a rocket and FIRED across a canyon in an incredible stunt. Daredevil Sue Brown, 68, travelled to New Zealand to be tied to a tethered rocket, which then flew across a canyon. The gran-of-four wanted to prove that Parkinson's disease was no barrier to living life to the full and has been performing eccentric and demanding stunts since she was 55.