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budda location:
Cincinnati
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 220 on 4/23/2012 8:55 PM >
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Likewise you must come to Cincy too.



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OttoWolf location:
Cincinasty Ohio
 
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<Reply # 221 on 4/24/2012 3:03 AM >
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yeah i want to hit up both dayton and cincy i about about 40 minutes from both



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ChicoSlim location:
CLT
 
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ChicoSlim
<Reply # 222 on 4/24/2012 5:23 AM >
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Hello im ChicoSlim I have been exploring for a long time not as intensive as some of the pictures that I have seen. I live near charlotte,nc yet never been exploring in charlotte.



Marcus Forrest location:
Quebec, Canada
 
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<Reply # 223 on 4/24/2012 7:35 AM >
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Aloha!

Ok, My name is similar to Marcus but its not quite my nam., I'm from Quebec, Canada, North America, Earth, Solar System, Milky Way.

And that's about it... not.

Born in 1990, I'm a sagittarius (and if you believe in those zodiac character types, I'm surprisingly pretty close to being 100% sagittarius)

I'm a lover of adventure of any kind. I only 'heard' about urban exploration like 5 years ago, but I was a 'practitioner' since I was just a little kid, exploring abandoned areas, buildings and what not, I only didn't know there was an official 'term' to that kind of activity.

I often go to Montreal (used to live there) and I know theres a BUNCH of spots there, so I'll PROBABLY make tons of videos about expeditions. And I kinda often travel to Europe too, so yeah. More videos.


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The Historical Explorer location:
Winooski, Vermont
 
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<Reply # 224 on 4/25/2012 9:06 PM >
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Hello everyone. My names Tyler. I am from small unheard of state in the north east called Vermont.
I am in a way new to exploring. But have had a interest in it for years. I just love coming up to a old run down building no matter how big or small it may be and wonder about what it use to be. Who built it. When was it made. Was it a thriving place at one point in its history or built and then destined for failure.
I read about these kinds of places in my "Weird US" books.

I found out about this site through a documentary I watched recently about Urban Exploration which was on Netflix the documentary called "Urban Explorers". Some of the members being showcased in it.
I have seen what explorers do and what they see via the photography forum I am on which has a dedicated section just for urban exploration. So I would like to get my feet wet.

My main interest in it is for the history. You know the old saying of "If these walls could talk". Well in a sense I want to hear those walls talk... Well metaphorically obviously share the history.

I love video games, movies, collecting all sorts of things, Photography, Cars (i own a 2002 subaru impreza WRX show car), hiking, traveling, biking, concerts and music. And just having a good time.



tribeachpunk location:
Halifax, NS
 
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<Reply # 225 on 4/25/2012 11:19 PM >
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Posted by The Historical Explorer
Hello everyone. My names Tyler. I am from small unheard of state in the north east called Vermont.
I am in a way new to exploring. But have had a interest in it for years. I just love coming up to a old run down building no matter how big or small it may be and wonder about what it use to be. Who built it. When was it made. Was it a thriving place at one point in its history or built and then destined for failure.
I read about these kinds of places in my "Weird US" books.

I found out about this site through a documentary I watched recently about Urban Exploration which was on Netflix the documentary called "Urban Explorers". Some of the members being showcased in it.
I have seen what explorers do and what they see via the photography forum I am on which has a dedicated section just for urban exploration. So I would like to get my feet wet.

My main interest in it is for the history. You know the old saying of "If these walls could talk". Well in a sense I want to hear those walls talk... Well metaphorically obviously share the history.

I love video games, movies, collecting all sorts of things, Photography, Cars (i own a 2002 subaru impreza WRX show car), hiking, traveling, biking, concerts and music. And just having a good time.


Welcome aboard! Sounds like you'll fit right in




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ClassAct location:
Tacoma, WA
 
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<Reply # 226 on 4/26/2012 9:17 AM >
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Hey everyone, I'm Ross. I live in Tacoma, WA. I've recently gotten into urban exploration by way of photography. I haven't explored too much around here but I did as a kid in MA before I knew there was a name for it. I'm hoping to meet some people around here who can show me the ropes.



WestOhooligan location:
Jersey City
 
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<Reply # 227 on 4/27/2012 11:29 PM >
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Hola all! I'm Brian from Omaha, NE. I stumbled on this site while researching ghost town locations nearby. I've been lurking for awhile and must say am extremely impressed by you SW/California people's abandonments, especially the old mines!

Between looking for abandoned houses, I spend most of my time on my salt water fish habit...er, hobby.




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SpringheeledJack location:
New Jearsy
 
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<Reply # 228 on 4/28/2012 10:40 PM >
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Hello humans, I'm Jack, I currently live in Madison NJ, but i migrate to Philly a lot because my Fiancee lives there and I always notice there some pretty awesome abandoned buildings out there. I am very very green at this whole thing and I usually reside in Madison and I am looking to make a few friends who are also interested in exploring abandoned buildings and construction sites with me. I just want to meet people in this community and make new friends and maybe learn some new skills.



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smileyface619 location:
Central Florida, USA
 
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<Reply # 229 on 4/29/2012 1:32 AM >
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Hi guys! My name is Star. I've just recently gotten into UrbEx-ing and found this site. My husband and some close friends of ours have started a UrbEx group. We've got some big explorations planned, but any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I look forward to getting to know everyone here!!



IllusorySuperiority location:
Woburn, MA
 
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<Reply # 230 on 5/1/2012 3:55 AM >
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Hi! I'm Alex.
I'm a 17 year old high school student. I live in Woburn, Massachusetts. My interest in UE lies mainly in my desire to always do something different often. I hate getting trapped in routine and I'm always looking for ways to break it. UE is perfect for that. Here, I'm hoping to meet up with some people who could show me the ropes and turn me into a seasoned explorer, hahaha. Or at the very least some new friends. n_n



idahoUE location:
Idaho
 
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<Reply # 231 on 5/1/2012 4:48 AM >
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Hi there I am Graham living in Mountain Home Idaho not much to explore here unless you travel around ID I used to have an account on here like 4 years ago well I guess I still do just don't remember the old email I had met some very nice people on here so I figured I would come back once I fix my truck I will be back out exploring only got a 14MP Kodak but you know it takes decent pictures just need to learn more of an artistic way of using it I hope to one day become a full member after I share what is best around here so I can add to the ID part of the UE DB.Sorry for all the I's in this post lmao.



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Labadizle location:
Marietta, GA
 
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<Reply # 232 on 5/1/2012 5:44 AM >
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Hello,

My name is Jonathan and I'm brand new to this site. I currently reside in ATL and I've been into UE for over two years now. I've never had an opportunity to connect with a group of "like-minded" people and I was stoked when I found this site.



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Valkyre location:
Niflheim
 
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<Reply # 233 on 5/1/2012 12:04 PM >
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Posted by SpringheeledJack
Hello humans, I'm Jack, I currently live in Madison NJ, but i migrate to Philly a lot because my Fiancee lives there and I always notice there some pretty awesome abandoned buildings out there. I am very very green at this whole thing and I usually reside in Madison and I am looking to make a few friends who are also interested in exploring abandoned buildings and construction sites with me. I just want to meet people in this community and make new friends and maybe learn some new skills.


I was 11 when I read about the story of Spring Heeled Jack. To this day I still love it, hoping that someone will see him again!



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<Reply # 234 on 5/1/2012 1:08 PM >
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Posted by WestOhooligan
Hola all! I'm Brian from Omaha, NE. I stumbled on this site while researching ghost town locations nearby. I've been lurking for awhile and must say am extremely impressed by you SW/California people's abandonments, especially the old mines!

Between looking for abandoned houses, I spend most of my time on my salt water fish habit...er, hobby.




Welcome to UER, fellow mine enthusiast! Glad to hear that you appreciate our stuff over in SW section.

Have you been to/inside many mines? Have any exploring pictures? Feel free to PM me (especially about anything mine related)



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rajiya location:
Fort Worth, Texas
 
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<Reply # 235 on 5/1/2012 9:33 PM >
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Hello! I am a cultural anthropologist absolutely fascinated with exploration. While I am accustomed with the scientific process of archaeological excavations, I have found a new passion for urban exploration mainly because it offers a visceral look into a more recent cultural history. I began urban exploration as a child and now as an adult I am rediscovering the amazing wonder in that which has been abandoned and forgotten. So, basically my exploration is a way to insure that part of our cultural history is not forgotten.



Rajiya- ethnographic inquiry into urbexing... cultural diffusion? hmm, we shall see...
Astro
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The Delta Quadrant
 
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<Reply # 236 on 5/1/2012 10:00 PM >
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Posted by rajiya
Hello! I am a cultural anthropologist absolutely fascinated with exploration. While I am accustomed with the scientific process of archaeological excavations, I have found a new passion for urban exploration mainly because it offers a visceral look into a more recent cultural history. I began urban exploration as a child and now as an adult I am rediscovering the amazing wonder in that which has been abandoned and forgotten. So, basically my exploration is a way to insure that part of our cultural history is not forgotten.


welcome to uer. Your location.says fort worth, I encourage trying to attend some of the meetups in the DFW. They have them monthly so you should check them out.



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rajiya location:
Fort Worth, Texas
 
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<Reply # 237 on 5/1/2012 10:05 PM >
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Thanks! I actually attended the last meeting and accompanied them on a rather interesting urbex. I do so love climbing...



Rajiya- ethnographic inquiry into urbexing... cultural diffusion? hmm, we shall see...
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<Reply # 238 on 5/2/2012 12:01 AM >
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I think im gunna start being more like Therrin and picking out my new people here... There are quite of few promising looking prospects. What way do you swing IllusorySuperiority?



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<Reply # 239 on 5/2/2012 2:15 AM >
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Hi all, my name is Karla and I live in the DFW area. I've been fascinated by old abandoned building (homes, barns and schools) since I was a little kid but was always afraid to explore them. In the past couple of years I've looked at a lot of stuff online about these places but none were local.


My husband and I stumbled upon your website and I haven't been able to stop looking though it. These local places are awesome and we look forward to meeting who we can and exploring where we can. Your website rocks.




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