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Infiltration Forums > US: Southeast > Atlanta Introduction(Viewed 1770 times)
mahal location:
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Atlanta Introduction
< on 6/13/2016 2:56 PM >
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Hey everyone.
So originally I was stoked to share an old abandoned victorian/slave house out of Dublin, Ga from this past weekend as a first post here…. But after driving two and half hours discovered someone bought it and is renovating it. Also discovered ol’dude was not interested in anyone being near his property and was not friendly at all.. what happened to southern hospitality? Oh well.

So I figured I’d share some random flicks from a few over the last year. Unfortunately for awhile I only brought my phone along and just recently thought about a camera but alas I always forget to charge the damn thing. Anyway, happy to find a place with people who share the same interests and I’ve already stalked a lot of the threads from the area and it is awesome to recognize some places and see how much more there is I haven’t seen.

Moment of silence for this horrible camera phone quality:




& hey a place that all of you have seen about 9,000 times now, whoo hoo:







& part 2:










Happy frickin' monday guys.





Little Sister location:
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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 1 on 6/13/2016 3:09 PM >
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Well I'm from the North East and haven't seen that place 9k times ^_^

That paperwork with the innate pictures is pretty cool!



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mahal location:
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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 2 on 6/13/2016 3:16 PM >
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Posted by Little Sister
Well I'm from the North East and haven't seen that place 9k times ^_^

That paperwork with the innate pictures is pretty cool!


Well thats good. Yeah, its from a spare building that is a lot less noticeable than the main structure so it was almost untouched. Unfortunately I was later told that some kids found it and tried to steal as many photos as possible to make a collage at home because it would be "so cool" which bums me out a lot since I wish people would just leave things where they were.





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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 3 on 6/13/2016 3:39 PM >
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Posted by mahal


Well thats good. Yeah, its from a spare building that is a lot less noticeable than the main structure so it was almost untouched. Unfortunately I was later told that some kids found it and tried to steal as many photos as possible to make a collage at home because it would be "so cool" which bums me out a lot since I wish people would just leave things where they were.




Well then you're lucky you got to see it before it was gone I have little tolerance for vandals and thieves. Horrible.



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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 4 on 6/27/2016 3:45 AM >
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I kind of feel like my husband described a filming location he worked that might fit this description. I would LOVE to see those old mugshots and paperwork.



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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 5 on 6/27/2016 2:52 PM >
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Posted by Kersten
I kind of feel like my husband described a filming location he worked that might fit this description. I would LOVE to see those old mugshots and paperwork.


There's an get-together on 6/4 I believe. I think the photos are still there.

http://www.uer.ca/...nt.asp?eventid=721





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<Reply # 6 on 6/28/2016 3:32 AM >
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Oh I'd love to go. Is it typically going into difficult places? I'm just afraid I'm going to come and you're all a bunch of young kids and I'm an old lady who breaks her ankle and holds everyone up I've never been to one of the meetups on here.



dammband location:
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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 7 on 6/28/2016 4:21 AM >
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Posted by Kersten
Oh I'd love to go. Is it typically going into difficult places? I'm just afraid I'm going to come and you're all a bunch of young kids and I'm an old lady who breaks her ankle and holds everyone up I've never been to one of the meetups on here.


I'm one of the people who run the meet ups. We usually do easy spots as some of us are old too.



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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 8 on 6/28/2016 1:54 PM >
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Posted by Kersten
Oh I'd love to go. Is it typically going into difficult places? I'm just afraid I'm going to come and you're all a bunch of young kids and I'm an old lady who breaks her ankle and holds everyone up I've never been to one of the meetups on here.


Meetups, in general, tend to be inclusive events. In my experience, if there are any locations that aren't going to be attainable for everyone, usually a subgroup will form to split up and go to an easier place. I've been to several of the Atlanta meetups, and they're a great group!

If you want to do difficult, high-risk locations, meetups tend to be a terrible time to do them anyway. You don't generally want to take a large group to those kinds of places.



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dammband location:
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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 9 on 6/28/2016 8:40 PM >
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Posted by DJ Craig


Meetups, in general, tend to be inclusive events. In my experience, if there are any locations that aren't going to be attainable for everyone, usually a subgroup will form to split up and go to an easier place. I've been to several of the Atlanta meetups, and they're a great group!

If you want to do difficult, high-risk locations, meetups tend to be a terrible time to do them anyway. You don't generally want to take a large group to those kinds of places.


What he said



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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 10 on 6/29/2016 11:36 PM >
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Posted by dammband


What he said



There's 2 spots in east ga and 1 in ala that I've been meaning to visit.

So issue is 2.5 out + shoot time + 2.5 hours back.

7 to 8 hours I'd say.



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Re: Atlanta Introduction
<Reply # 11 on 6/29/2016 11:38 PM >
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Posted by Kersten
Oh I'd love to go. Is it typically going into difficult places? I'm just afraid I'm going to come and you're all a bunch of young kids and I'm an old lady who breaks her ankle and holds everyone up I've never been to one of the meetups on here.


50 here.
which means I'm your age + 2/3'rds.

I may be slowing down a little bit. but I'm still on my feet.



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