Deep mud and quicksand movies
If you have one, please let me know!!! No Lawrence of Arabia "sinking sand" either! Just wet type quicksand or sticky-mud counts! A young woman dies in quicksand while fleeing from Baskerville Hall early in the film and there is a later scene in which Cushing almost suffers the same fate.
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How to Escape Quicksand
The threat of quicksand is real, dangerous in Southern California – Press Enterprise
Quicksand is a natural phenomenon found in Southern California locales like the Santa Ana River bottom. A horse is stuck in what may be quicksand or deep mud after a storm in a marshy area near Lake Mathews as Riverside County animal control officer Amy Farrell takes a break from digging in December Santa Ana River horse trail builder Barry Scott of Norco talks about quicksand and sinkholes in the river bottom on August 15, He tells riders if they start to sink or see earth start to move, turn around and go back exactly the way you came. Scott is one of the first to cross the river each spring while scouting trails and crossings on horseback. He prods the riverbed with arundo cane two feet at a time to search for sinkholes and quicksand and mark safe water crossings.
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The rise and fall of quicksand.
If stumbling into quicksand ranks on your list of worries, don't panic. You won't sink in—at least not all the way. Real quicksand is certainly hard to get out of, but it doesn't suck people under the way it always seems to in the movies. According to a study published in the current issue of the journal Nature, it is impossible for a person immersed in quicksand to be drawn completely under.
Though it's not quite as deadly as it appears in movies, quicksand can still throw an unsuspecting hiker for a loop. This quicksand then re-solidifies, trapping whatever may have sunk into its depths. Unlike typical mud, quicksand can appear solid upon first glance. It is not until a person tries to step through it that this ground liquefies under his or her feet.
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