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UER Forum > Archived US: South > Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue (Viewed 636 times)
ShatteredAutumn 


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Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
< on 10/13/2007 11:25 PM >
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I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that I did go to the disabled home again and got a bunch of pictures, I also found the morgue. The bad news is that when I went in the tunnels I could smell a really strong smell of some sort of gas and started to feel light headed and climbed out.
So I have your damn tunnels photographed now, and no I didnt find a mutant rat. We re-took all the pictures we missed from the last trip that got corrupted.
I took a co-worker with me on this trip because he had heard of my heroic adventures and wanted to go too but he needed to be back at home in a few hours so we were rushing all over the place to find the morgue. I am also reducing the quality of the pictures a bit because people are claiming them as their own and putting them on myspace.com
Brace yourself, theres a ton of photos.

This is the water tower by the place, we lost our pictures of it from the first trip.
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One of the many side walks..and I dont know what the metal thing is.
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Tree.
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We found this 4x2 foot door and thought it would be a secret passage somewhere..nope it just went to the room next door.
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Another tree, but this one grew under the walkway and blocked our path! Bastard!
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It was such a nice day so we took a bunch of pictures of the nice weather.
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Creepy swings, the entire time we were around them you could hear the creeking of the metal as they blew in the wind.
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Close up.
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Our roofs will block out the sun!!!!
Then we will explore in the shade.
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It looked like that there used to be some kind of garden where plants grew on the structure but everything is dead and rusted now.
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A picture of the inside of the plant area.
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There was also a grill in the garden area, anyone want a burger with just a little tetanus flavoring?
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A walk way from the side.
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Enjoy the blue sky and green grass damnit.
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Just a picture of overgrown plants by a building.
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The never ending walkway.
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Guess what this is a picture of.
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Innocent looking picture..but look closer.
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Oh shit, hornets!
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Let me take a second to remind everyone that my girlfriend takes all the picture, I have a phobia of any kind of wasp, bee, or hornet so I would never be brave enough to take a picture like this.
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An area between two buildings.
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Heres another indoor overgrown garden waiting room type thing.
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If you look closely you can see a bench.
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One more picture..
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I told you it was a nice day today.
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Nice day?
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Some asshole knocked over the soda machine since the last time we came here!
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Anyone want to go swim?
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Mmmm..brown water.
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The source of the water.
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Wtf why was there a snake shedding his skin on the wall?
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Goodbye pool.
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HOLY SHIT WTF!!!11one1!1
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It has fucking stick laser beams comming out of its eyes! And the smily face is hiding someone who walked in on the picture.
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Their air conditioning system seemed to run through the walls instead of in pipes..
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Mr flu strikes again.
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Now we are in the hospital..here are the sanitation chambers for the tools.
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And here we have it..the morgue.
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More morgue.
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Some more..
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A rusted body tray.
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X-ray equipment
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More X-ray stuff.
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X-ray controls.
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And so we say goodbye..here is a nice panoramic of the sky.
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And remember kids, dont drink and drive.
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Now I know what your thinking..where are the fucking tunnels? Well I got 4 pictures, one picture is a picture of one of the many trap doors leading into the tunnel system.
All the trap door pictures turned out bad so heres the best one.
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Heres one way down the tunnel
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And here is the other way
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This is where we found the trap door.
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After I got the 2 pictures of the tunnel I started feeling pretty sick so I climbed out of the hole before I passed out.
I dont think a gas mask would help in a situation like this would it?


[last edit 10/14/2007 1:32 AM by ShatteredAutumn - edited 4 times]

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 1 on 10/14/2007 2:41 AM >
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Thanks for the new pics man. It's a really good location and a good set of pictures. I loved the morgue and the tunnel shots. I'm sure you know though, that we're all joking with you about the tunnel. Don't go down there if there's something in there that starts making you feel dizzy. No pictures in the world or worth that.

That aside though, great job on this location. Thanks.


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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 2 on 10/14/2007 3:56 AM >
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Posted by zeman

Heres one way down the tunnel




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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 3 on 10/14/2007 4:29 AM >
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posted with girlfriends account

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[last edit 10/14/2007 4:43 AM by Krescentia - edited 3 times]

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 4 on 10/14/2007 4:45 AM >
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Forgot my girlfriend was using my laptop and she didnt log out.
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Mmmm Asbestos!




Oh well, I was down there maybe 30 seconds so I'm not too worried.
/cough cough weeze

Posted by Raticus
Thanks for the new pics man. It's a really good location and a good set of pictures. I loved the morgue and the tunnel shots. I'm sure you know though, that we're all joking with you about the tunnel. Don't go down there if there's something in there that starts making you feel dizzy. No pictures in the world or worth that.

That aside though, great job on this location. Thanks.



Yeah I know you were joking. Too bad the tunnels are filled with asbestos and fumes.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 5 on 10/15/2007 2:03 PM >
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That's the only thing that worries me about exploring is the worry that I'll hit a pocket of Hydrogen Sulfide and not get out in time. Wikipedia has some "practical" advice that I really don't want to test:

"A practical test used in the oilfield industry to determine whether someone requires overnight observation for pulmonary edema is the knee test: if a worker that gets "gassed" loses his balance and at least one knee touches the ground, the dose was high enough to cause pulmonary edema."

More horror stories here: Hydrogen Sulfide Kills. Interesting tidbit: "...levels of 300 ppm cause the olfactory nerve to lose sensitivity. At first a "rotten egg" odor is detected but on the second or third breath, the odor is no longer noticed." I don't want my last words to be "Oh, never mind, I don't smell anything now." Wait, maybe that wouldn't be so bad.

But as far as asbestos, no worries. You won't die from that for a good 10 years or more.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 6 on 10/15/2007 5:44 PM >
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Awesome find! Thanks for the post.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 7 on 10/15/2007 10:09 PM >
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Wonderful stuff. Thanks for all the captions. Ever come to Fort Smith, AR?

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 8 on 10/15/2007 10:29 PM >
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Posted by istakebroad
Wonderful stuff. Thanks for all the captions. Ever come to Fort Smith, AR?


No, thats too far of a drive for me.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 9 on 10/16/2007 12:32 AM >
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Posted by zeman


No, thats too far of a drive for me.

It's only a couple of hours! I frequent the Tulsa area. Trust me, after you get the "UE bug," you'll be driving further than a couple of hours to check out locations.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 10 on 10/16/2007 12:52 AM >
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Posted by istakebroad

It's only a couple of hours! I frequent the Tulsa area. Trust me, after you get the "UE bug," you'll be driving further than a couple of hours to check out locations.


Well I go to college from 8-11 and I work from 11-5 monday through friday so I dont have a lot of free time on my hands. That and I have a terrible addiction to online video games.

Anyways I thought I'd put up a map of the place to let people see how big the place really is.

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I'm going to go back again sometime in the future, probably several more times because theres still so much to see.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 11 on 11/19/2007 9:39 PM >
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I would've taken that body tray and made it into a cool coffee table!

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 12 on 11/19/2007 9:41 PM >
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im going to be in tulsa wed. night and open for exploration.

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Re: Disabled home part 2, with tunnels and morgue
<Reply # 13 on 11/19/2007 10:36 PM >
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Posted by Duncantx
im going to be in tulsa wed. night and open for exploration.


Dont have the time, sorry.

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