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Opheliaism's Profile
Registered on 8/28/2003 11:50 PM
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Ophie
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Location: Out on the border of everything and nothing, TN


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UE Conventions this member has attended (view all conventions)
TN Waltz n' Splore '06 (2/25/2006)
TN Waltz n' Splore '06 was held on 2/25/06 in Nashville, TN. It was attended by 8 members from 4 states.


WV Spook 'n 'Splore (7/22/2006)
39 attendees from 11 states gathered to plumb the secrets of the WV State Penitentiary at Moundsville.


Sueplex 2006 (9/29/2006)
A near-complete exploration of the State of South Carolina and the surrounding areas. 31 people were in attendance for this 3 day event, with attendees from South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Maryland.


Hamilton Secret Locations Meet (10/21/2006)
Over twenty people showed up for the Secret Locations Meet, from southern ontario and as far away as Tennessee. Locations such as a boiler house and Hamilton's famous Lister Block were explored. Everyone enjoyed themselves, and had the chance to see the great industrial views the Steel City has to offer.


Waltz n Splore Volume 2 (2/22/2007)
Waltz n Splore Volume 2 found attendees from Tennessee, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, and New Jersey gathering for a weekend of exploring new and old locations and celebrating new and old friendships.


S(ue)PleKC (9/27/2007)
KCUrbex and S(ue)collided for a weekend of exploration in and around Kansas City MO, Some of the locations included State hospitals, Grain Silos, Active Infiltrations, Bridges, Cathedrals, Schools, and many other sites. Attendee's traveled from Georgia, Kansas, and Missouri


Blues 'n Splore '08 (2/15/2008)
Blues 'n Splore 08 was the third annual Mid-Atlantic Region meet and the first time held in Memphis, Tennessee. The meet was held over the course of three days.


M.A.M.U. 2009 (1/2/2009)
M.A.M.U. 2009 was held in Richmond, Virginia. 26 people were in attendance for this 3 day event, with attendees from Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Indiana and California.


MidWestFest (4/17/2009)
Explorers from all four corners of the US settled into St. Louis, exploring for three days in almost twenty locations.


MAMU II (8/7/2009)
MAMU II was held in Charlotte, NC and Johnson City, TN. 32 people were in attendance for this 3 day event, with attendees from Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California.


Birmingslam! (5/16/2010)
Upwards of 10 UER Members from two countries and two US States met up for a solid exploration of Birmingham's finest urban relics over four days. Locations included Leer Tower, TCI, Lyric Theater, Sloss Furnace, The Pumpkin, Republic Steel's Coke Plant, and other abandonments. Things were climbed, water was drank, cops were called and good times were had.


DCMU2 (5/28/2010)
This was the sequel to the DC Meet Up that was held earlier in the year where so much fun occurred that it just had to be done again. There were many return attendees and a few new ones with a total of about 30 people at one point. Attendees arrived from
- Canada ( Winnipeg, MB )
- New Jersey
- New York
- Pennsylvania
- Tennessee
- Massachusetts
- Virginia
- Maryland
- Georgia
- Mississippi
- North Carolina
It should be noted that Corley and Cossette were the most awesome host and F/Rox is a great meet up location.

There was incredible diner made on Friday night by Discount Ninja and Yield and the fridge was never empty of cold adult beverages. Saturday was spent exploring various locations in the area after the group split up to go to different places. Saturday night involved a group of about 15 of us having dinner at Golden Corral and then off to watch UFC fights and hockey playoffs at a sports bar. Then it was back to F/Rox Party Central where the evening continued to be "nothing but a good time". A few people left on Sunday but the activities continued on over the Memorial Day holiday.


DERPEX 2010 (8/14/2010)
A bunch of ne'er do-wells from NY, MD, SC, NH, WV, TN, Australia and some other less interesting places got together in the steamy bowels of hell better known as Nashville for a weekend of exploring a prison, some rather seedy Southern food establishments, drinking far too much Maker's Mark, and UER'ing the hell out of a hotel. Some members also visited abandoned nuclear goodness. Other epic explores included Dinosaur World, Gun Mountain and SaraBellum's porch. Also, everyone wore vending machine moustaches.


Infilnapolis 2 (7/29/2011)
Infilnapolis 2 happened on July 29-31 in Indianapolis with about 30 attendees. UER members and their friends came from Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Canada, England, and France. Participants UE'd abandoned places like stadiums, factories, mental asylums, modern hospitals, and office towers. Roofs of hotels were explored, a hotel pool was crashed, people squatted in abandonments, surfed elevators, and got three noise complaints at a hotel.


Chattsplore 2.0 (8/26/2011)
Chattsplore 2.0 had over 9,000 people meet up for the second epic group exploration of Chattanooga on August 26th and 27th. UER members and guest came from all over, Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Some used their mod expense accounts to get a hotel, the rest of us camped for real. We visited several of Chattanooga finer locations, ranging from upscale hotels, floating restaurants, a military base, some wonderful trains, an underground dog fighting ring or crack house, an incredibly imposing feed silo, and a bridge. Fun was had by all and new sites were seen by many! Actually, that have been only 26 people.


Church of Atom's Mission Trip to Atlanta (1/14/2012)
Several of the Chattanooga, Tennessee regulars along with a Knoxvillian honorary regular gathered together early on Saturday morning to go on a trip to saves the lost souls of the state of Georgia. After parking outside a closed Planned Parenthood centre and a small trek through some woods they went to an amusement park and searched for little children to spread the gospel to but alas, the park was empty. Although there was an attempted sacrifice of a mod during the exploring. After a few brief stops for energy drinks and poops they headed on out to a railcar yard hoping to bring the word of the Church of Atom to the homeless but alas all they found there was a wannabe porn shoot going on and that group had no inclination to hear the word.The rest of evening was spent scouting out some buildings downtown and some infiltrations which resulted in some shouting from the rooftops. All in all, the mission to save souls was a bust but exploring with the congregation was a success.


MAMU IV (4/6/2012)
During this legendary weekend meetup, 25 explorers from all around the US and Canada converged on DJ Craig's small hometown of Johnson City, TN, to explore its many industrial wonderlands of rust and asbestos. The meetup included two nuclear plants, two large coal plants, a drain with a waterslide, and a massive tailrace tunnel for the grand finale.




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