• Urbex discussion - Breaking and entering has never been so cool
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[B]Welcome to the new chat thread.[/B] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [B]What you can do within the megathread[/B] [B]is..[/B] -Share your adventures that don't deserve a thread. -Chat to other explorers about how to break down doors more efficiently. -Give people tips on how to take great images in low light conditions. -Post photos of shoes in black and white. -Chat about power tools. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [B]Urbexing forum guidlines:[/B] No.1 No asking for locations/leads/rumours No.2 Do not make a new thread asking for locations/leads/rumours No.3 Do not put the exact day you went on your thread title (Month and year is fine). No.4 Keep photos to a reasonable size when posting. No.5 Do not post leads/rumours no.6 Do not make a new thread asking what equipment to use while urbexing (There already is a thread for that). [B]Follow the rules, behave and don't start any drama.[/B]
May aswell kick this thread of with a little tip.... If you carry rope with you, try and avoid keeping it around your neck, if you do one day fall with rope around your neck, it could snag on something and, break your neck or hang you. :eng101:
Well, As in adventures, Mk. Someplace south in New Jersey, I remember there was some sort of tower. In the tower was a bedroom, Hell, It was falling apart so I got hit in the head with a fucking rock from the ceiling. The attic was so far the strangest, Graffiti said "Look behind", Then there were porn mags, Graffiti said "Men will enjoy this" As if I was a woman, The basement was the scariest shit, There were about 10 fucking copies of the movie "The Exorcist", And a TV. There were exactly 2 bedrooms, One looked like it was an adults room, Under the bed were more porn mags. The other bedroom looked like a childs room, It had toys, under the bed were a few rats, but there was a chest with a $1 bill inside of it. The kitchen had graffiti all over it, One said: My wife would be here. A living room had a fireplace, Above it, Was written in red graffiti, Mary's Tower. Mary must've been the wife or the child or something, But looking at the fireplace I noticed a porn mag. So basiclly, The people who lived here were perverts. :eng101: Si, Its true. [B]Edited[/B] I didn't mension that the whole house was about 5 stories high, I was like "What the fuck?. Also, There was a note, I left it there, Since this was about a year ago, I don't remember much, I took pictures but I sold them away to my cousins down in south america( they love urbex), I did take a picture of the note, They dont have facebook(nor do I) but I do remember that the note said:"houses here. houses there" somewhere in the middle. I don't believe ghosts were there.I don't believe in ghosts anyway, I think Weird NJ wrote about this aswell, It is pretty much urbex when I have to bust the fucking door open with my god damn foot, plus the fact that there was graffiti on every god damn floor.
I just went to 3 places today. No pictures though, i've lost my camera. My feet are killing me
I've never done any Urbex, but I've always wanted to. How much is in Richmond VA? I want to find it for myself, but is there any that's well known?
Going to NGTE Pyestock tomorrow. Wish me luck
my top two favorite types of places to explore are hospitals and malls sucks that my favorite types are generally the hardest to find/get into
[QUOTE=FFStudios;34822347]my top two favorite types of places to explore are hospitals and malls sucks that my favorite types are generally the hardest to find/get into[/QUOTE] In my town there's an abandoned hospital that is around 3-4 stories that I've explored. It's pretty nice. Used to be a hospital, then they turned it into a nursing home, then it got shut down when they found a meth lab in the basement. I even found some pvc piping in the basement :o
Mary's Tower was awesome. Some assholes burned it down.
My Urbexing buddy got arrested yesterday as we where coming back from a site. I doubt that he'll be out any time soon.
That sucks. How'd they not get you?
I wasn't the one carrying a bayonet in my pants. Kinda had it coming
[QUOTE=krten_2x 4b;34864480]My Urbexing buddy got arrested yesterday as we where coming back from a site. I doubt that he'll be out any time soon.[/QUOTE] Some chavs got arrested near me,they broke into an abandoned morgue...the sick fucks that live near me :rolleyes:
Uhh an ABANDONED morgue sounds like a great location.
[QUOTE=FFStudios;34822347]my top two favorite types of places to explore are hospitals and malls sucks that my favorite types are generally the hardest to find/get into[/QUOTE] There's a mall being demolished right near the freeway where I live. I'll post pictures later today.
Man, i love living 15 miles from detroit. i'll never run out of spots to explore.
I wish people didn't demolish perfectly good derelict buildings...
Me and some friends are planning on going into an old folk's home. We went their at night to get over the worst of it, and goddamn it was creepy. Right next to it there's a broken fence which leads to an abandoned house. We've still yet to go inside and have a good ol' look around, but we found a way in. Getting onto the roof is the first part, and to do that you have to run & jump off a pipe in the ground, and grab onto one attached to the wall, then pull yourself onto the roof. There's a part of the roof where a glass dome used to be, about 1mx1m. We tied a rope to another pipe (very secure, we checked) and then climbed down the rope. We didn't tied any knots as that reduces the strength of the rope. We were finally in there, but took one look down a dark hallway, and pussied out. I need to bring my dad's torch next time, it's a right good'un
Anyone in the US ever been caught? What happened? What are the possible charges that one could face? I've explored four or five different locations around Ohio, but most of them are either so far out of the way that there's little chance of getting caught, or so well known that the cops really don't care.
[QUOTE=OficerHonkHonk;34975782]Man, i love living 15 miles from detroit. i'll never run out of spots to explore.[/QUOTE] Make sure that the places are actually abandoned and not crack houses before you try to get in.
[QUOTE=Rinzler1;35083935]Make sure that the places are actually abandoned and not crack houses before you try to get in.[/QUOTE] This. ----------------------------------- When me and my cousin do it we always try to get somethin good. If not then we wasted our time finding a way in and crossing like 20 barbed wire fences to get there. Okay only 3 fences and like a mile of field....
[url=http://www.ontarioabandonedplaces.com/]There's quite a few good spots in Ontario Canada, really surprised me[/url]
ok, this has given me something else to look forward to when i get my driver's licence.
Hey urbex friends, i shall bring you pictures of the abandoned golf course come this summer. Shits so cash, drive our cars around the golf cart roadway's for a few hours. Also if a building has no entryway other than breaking a window, should we just stay out? [editline]13th March 2012[/editline] [IMG]http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q213/C0nK3r_r3d/Golfcourserallyasfuck.png[/IMG] the weeds were 6+ feet tall on the green, shit was kinda eerie also deer running and you just see their heads pop up every few seconds.
find a fire escape, it usually won't be locked from the inside use an L shaped piece of thin flat metal to latch a door, or try feeding bra wire behind the latch and giving it a bit of a jiggle no need to break shit [editline]13th March 2012[/editline] worth mentioning could be alarmed; reed switches on doors, passive infrared sensors above doorways etc but may not be powered or monitored i usually test things first, open a door for it for a bit, maybe try set off a sensor or alarm, hide and see if anyone turns up if you want to get inside that badly it might be worth it, you can always balls in and hope for the best, but it doesn't always end well if there's stuff of value in there, it'll generally be alarmed and I wouldn't go for it, especially something small and unrewarding that'll make you look like you're a thief when security or police roll up
I found a ladyfriend who is into urbex. I think she might be a keeper, because she was begging to go somewhere and explore when she visited me this past weekend. I might keep her around :v: Also, going to a coal breaker sometime soon. Pretty excited for that.
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Hah, there is an abandoned Lenox China factory right next door, we're going to check that out too, probably in a few weeks when i sort out some vehicle problems. also climbed up on a wall at the golf course clubhouse, lookit them creepy freezers man. [IMG]http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q213/C0nK3r_r3d/IMAG0110.jpg[/IMG]
Pyestock was great yesterday. Possibly going back tomorrow
[url]http://imgur.com/a/xWYvo#0[/url] Went to the abandoned lenox china factory, main building was locked and possibly alarmed but most of the out buildings were accessible, as well as the roof. This was just recon, going again to see if we can get into the factory/ check for alarm
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