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Date:

03/10/2004

Name:

millsi

Location:

Brisbane Australia

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Fuck yeah this is the shit!! i gotta get over there and check some of it out!!



millsi

cave clan Australia

 

 

 

Date:

03/08/2004

Name:

Darren Follweiter

Location:

Prince George BC Canada

Homepage:

http://get.to/shapeshiftdesign

Comments:

Great site guys, really motivates me to go out and explore, if anyone knows of a group of adventureres in Prince George BC or the surounding area please send me an email, Untill then I guess Ill go solo. again Love the site you guys got some real guts going into some of the places you visit.

 

 

 

Date:

03/08/2004

Name:

Darren Follweiter

Location:

Prince George BC

Homepage:

http://get.to/shapeshiftdesign

Comments:

Great site guys, really motivates me to go out and explore, if anyone knows of a group of adventureres in Prince George BC or the surounding area please send me an email, Untill then I guess Ill go solo. again Love the site you guys got some real guts going into some of the places you visit.

 

 

 

Date:

03/06/2004

Name:

Mandie

Location:

Duluth

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome site! Thought I'd share some old postcards of what the Hotel Lincoln used to look like, in case anyone was interested.

http://www.duluth-mn-usa.com/Duluth_Postcards/html/duluth_photo_engraving_110828_hotel_lincoln_lobby.html

http://www.duluth-mn-usa.com/Duluth_Postcards/html/hotel_lincoln_4b-h1118.html

http://www.duluth-mn-usa.com/Duluth_Postcards/html/national_press_17933f_hotel_lincoln.html

 

 

 

Date:

03/06/2004

Name:

Mandie Johnson

Location:

Duluth

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome site! Thought I'd share some old postcards of what the Hotel Lincoln used to look like, in case anyone was interested.

http://www.duluth-mn-usa.com/Duluth_Postcards/html/duluth_photo_engraving_110828_hotel_lincoln_lobby.html

http://www.duluth-mn-usa.com/Duluth_Postcards/html/hotel_lincoln_4b-h1118.html

http://www.duluth-mn-usa.com/Duluth_Postcards/html/national_press_17933f_hotel_lincoln.html

 

 

 

Date:

03/06/2004

Name:

dan

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

whats goin on? did urban x die????

 

 

 

Date:

03/04/2004

Name:

chud

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome site, just letting you know that there are explorers out here in Casper, Wyoming. I will be joining the Minneapolis scene in a few years for school most likely. Keep up the adventures.

 

 

 

Date:

03/02/2004

Name:

Katie

Location:

St Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I love your website and the information/photos you give. It is simply amazing.

 

 

 

Date:

02/27/2004

Name:

kari

Location:

st paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

We miss you max action!!! entertain and amaze us!!!

 

 

 

Date:

02/27/2004

Name:

klaus

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.troggen.de

Comments:

great site, well done

 

 

 

Date:

02/26/2004

Name:

Tiny6413

Location:

South East Wisconsin

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Your site is awesome! I wish I could find a group like your's in my area. I would love to see some of the things you all have seen first hand. Don't get me wrong, the pic's are great, but it doesn't come close to being there. I used to do some exploring when I was younger, mostly abandoned home's and such, but I don't know of any interesting buildings around worth looking into.

 

 

 

Date:

02/26/2004

Name:

hanni

Location:

hamburg

Homepage:

http://www.darest.de

Comments:

really nice place here

 

 

 

Date:

02/25/2004

Name:

Michelle

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Update, you handsome bastard!

 

 

 

Date:

02/25/2004

Name:

dirtdiver

Location:

Vancouver, WA / Portland, OR

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site. I love it!!! The best I've seen in Urban Exploration. Keep it up it's a classic.

As a kid I in the late '60's I used to explore the sewers, bridges and caves around St. Louis, MO. Not nearly as interesting as your adventures, but fun at my age then (12-13).

 

 

 

Date:

02/23/2004

Name:

G33K Revolution

Location:

MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

When you gunna bring back the Nude's section? It probably would be more lucrative and profitable than the T-Shirts. Wouldn't it be great? Get paid to search the underside of the world and and make a living off of it?. I have a friend who owns a strip club, i should see if he wants to do a business partnership. Max, you game?

 

 

 

Date:

02/19/2004

Name:

Gorilla fo skrilla

Location:

Here & there

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Max Action has been captured by subterrenian midgets and is being held as their love slave. That can be the only explanation for his lack of updates.

 

 

 

Date:

02/18/2004

Name:

Gorilla fo scrilla

Location:

pimpville

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Max actiom is MIA. I bet he has been captured by subterrenian midgets and is being held hostage as their love slave.

 

 

 

Date:

02/17/2004

Name:

Julia Hoffa

Location:

Minnetonka, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The stuff you do kicks ass. I've only done minimal exploring...though I will definitely change that now!

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2004

Name:

Mythy

Location:

Wilton. WI

Homepage:

None

Comments:

A great site you have! I spent the last four hours going through it. Iam near La Crosse WI and around here we have mostly old houses to explore so I really enjoy reading about your massive adventures. Keep up the great work!

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2004

Name:

JonLow

Location:

MSP

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I had a dream last night that this site had been updated. You can imagine my disappointment. Heh..

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2004

Name:

Ballywho?

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The Carver's Cave entrance appers to be open. You can see it from Hwy 61. They've re-bulldozed alot of the area over there as part of the pollution cleanup they're doing, and it appears they've uncovered it.

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2004

Name:

MASTER

Location:

PC BITCH

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Someone from Cambridge its been a long time since I've heard from you. Why the nasty words? I sure hope your mom doesn't see those she would be very disappointed. What took you so long to respond? I mean I usually respond, while in an arguement, after every post and usually check back until the arguement is done. You were probably thinking of your post for all those months and them spent hours on typing it up and then posting it. You are a fool. Yes I now realize that the buildings are gone but at the time of our last conversation the buildings we were exploring were still standing. Now lets get another thing straight don't you ever judge a person by where they live. I am so sick of that bullshit. You know what I'm not even going to type anymore because this is actually boring me, if you have more to say I'll drive over to Cambridge and we can discuss this like gentlemen.

 

 

 

Date:

02/15/2004

Name:

Pat

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Just took some more of your tours. AWESOME, JUST FUCKING AWESOME!!!! KEEP IT COMING!!!! Can't wait to see the
results of the next mission....

 

 

 

Date:

02/14/2004

Name:

drunkinskunken

Location:

plymouth

Homepage:

None

Comments:

this site rocks

 

 

 

Date:

02/14/2004

Name:

drunkinskunken

Location:

plymouth

Homepage:

None

Comments:

this site rocks

 

 

 

Date:

02/13/2004

Name:

Adam West

Location:

somewhere out there

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hey anyone no whats going on with the minneral reasorce building? It looks like they are tring to restore it or somehting. There seems to be more and more stuff from construction workers there. Speeking of which anyone visit there lately?

 

 

 

Date:

02/13/2004

Name:

Mister Fangs

Location:

Atlanta

Homepage:

http://www.totem2.com

Comments:

nice site..

if youre squad ever comes to Atlanta. give me a holler.. our team has many nice spots to check out..

 

 

 

Date:

02/07/2004

Name:

Tony

Location:

Alexandria MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

For years my friends and I have been sneaking into hotels, houseboats, abandoned farmhouses at night, and everywhere else we could think of. I dont know why we did it back then, we were all in high school, but it just felt right. And it beat watching TV or going to some lame movie. I always wondered why no one else ever did this. We were doing exciting things, living life, not observing it, and when we would take "normal" (boring) people with us, they would freak out. Climbing buildings is not for the average person I suppose. (Have we been pacified or what?!?!) This is the first day I have ever heard of others doing this, and seeing the depth and passion that you have is inspiring, and uplifting. We could have been hanging out years ago. Damn. Anyways, Im over in Europe right now (trying to explore Paris as much as I can, despite not speaking the language well enough to talk my way out of sticky situations) but I cant wait to come back to Minn this summer. I sent my friends back home the addy to infiltration, and will send this one soon. I really cant believe this. This is too cool. I really thought we were alone out there. Well, thanks for living life, and we`ll hopefully be in touch in the future. Peace.

 

 

 

Date:

02/07/2004

Name:

bwizzle my nizzle

Location:

dirty sho

Homepage:

http://www.

Comments:

"someone from cambridge" is an asshole! come to think of it that town blows too. i like to explore and so do most people, so chill out man

 

 

 

Date:

02/06/2004

Name:

plastic bag

Location:

lacrosse

Homepage:

None

Comments:

just to let you bois and gurls know, there is soon to be an urban adventure squad in sunny lacrosse wisconsin. email me for more info. Biggest thanx to action squad for inspiring the future of urban adventures across the nation, and even the world!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Date:

02/04/2004

Name:

dan

Location:

westland, michigan.

Homepage:

http://www.freewebz.com/depthless/

Comments:

All i have to say is, damn you have alot of stuff near you to explore. not much around here. Anyway the site is great, and keep up the explorations.

 

 

 

Date:

02/03/2004

Name:

Someone From Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey "Master",

What were you saying, you angry little pissant? What kind of proof do you want, goink? Do you want me to provide personal information over a public message board, you stupid fuck?

I know what the fuck I'm talking about, and was doing everyone a service by letting them know the damn buildings and tunnels they drove up here to see NO LONGER EXIST, you fucking Pine City retard!

Before you get your little underoos in a bundle, why don't you do everyone a favor and you know, shut the fuck up?

Well, my work is done, peeps. The State Hospital in Cambridge is no more...but like my buddy LeVar Burton says..."You don't have to take my word for it".

Toodles!

 

 

 

Date:

02/03/2004

Name:

Cassjk

Location:

St. Paul, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site!! Good luck with the "missions"

 

 

 

Date:

02/03/2004

Name:

Bill Baburek

Location:

Omaha Nebraska

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Loved your website, especially the Hamms brewery. My friend and I have been Urban Explorers for many years in the Omaha, Area. Have explored two Breweries, (Metz and Falstaff)numerous factories/warehouses, two bowling alleys, a shopping center, grocery stores, hotels,bars and restaurants, you name it and we have explored it. I never tire of the thrill, nice to know we're not alone.

 

 

 

Date:

02/02/2004

Name:

shelise

Location:

italy

Homepage:

http://shelise.motime.com

Comments:

great site! I'm a vary small beginner, but i'm happy anyway cause i see i get better with the experience... who knows, maybe one day i'll be a real explorer! Just in case one day u end up in Milan, Italy, you may want to check my very simple blog, where i'm locating all the abandoned places of the city. I haven't started too long ago, but there are already few neet places to visit!
shelise

 

 

 

Date:

01/30/2004

Name:

pedomonkey

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hearty Congratulations for your respect of history and your exploration of cool places. Especially from us wussies who like history and abandoned buildings, but who are also afraid of bats and bugs....eww. You are truly good at what you do. I was wondering if you are ever going to try to get into Carver Cave at Dayton's Bluff in St. Paul? It's supposed to be inaccessible. The entrance was destroyed for the railroad in 1885. It's where the explorer Jonathan Carver says that the Indians signed a deed that gave him half their territory. Of course, they never found it. Hmmm. Anyway, I'd love to see what it looks like in there. Just a thought.

 

 

 

Date:

01/29/2004

Name:

The Reverend

Location:

Denver

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Very nice! This is cool!! I can really appreciate what you are doing. I have been exploring caves, mineshafts, and other goofy stuff around Colorado for 25+ years now and your site has given me a whole bunch of new ideas. I have heard rumor about abandoned steam tunnels that are supposed to run under the streets of old parts of Denver, and I know there are tunnels that go from the capitol building in downtown out to some of the surrounding apartment buildings. They used to be cathouses and the tunnels were so the politicians working at the Capitol building could get to the local cathouse for a little quickie at lunch without beeing seen. I have musician friends in Minneapolis that I go visit once in awhile. I would love to hook up with you and go on a mission in your neck of the woods if at all possible. And likewise, if any of you are ever in Colorado please get in touch. We,ve got a cool old missile silo that you'd probably get a kick out of. Keep up the good work!!!

 

 

 

Date:

01/27/2004

Name:

dragon

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I too have been inside the "hellhouse" in Shakopee many years ago. It was creepy, cool, and frightening all at the same time. Too bad it burned down, but I feel it got too much attention to stay around. Looking forward to updates and further adventures.....

 

 

 

Date:

01/26/2004

Name:

mr. waffles

Location:

grand forks nd

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Max I hate to be a prick but we are all really buggin out up here waiting for the next update. When do you think that it will happen?
Mr. Waffles

 

 

 

Date:

01/26/2004

Name:

Asher

Location:

Toronto

Homepage:

http://uecanada.ca

Comments:

Don't you ever read your e-mail? *rollseyes*

 

 

 

Date:

01/24/2004

Name:

Kyle

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

From what I've heard, and this is just hearsay, the University of Minnesota is planning on renovating the Mineral Resources Building with the money they hope to get from the legislature this next session.

 

 

 

Date:

01/23/2004

Name:

chris m

Location:

detroit, mi

Homepage:

http://www.msu.edu/

Comments:

Hey im not from minnisota but i was surfing the internet when i came across your site somehow. It is great and i have been reading it for hours and not stopped. i have dont some previous exploring with friends but didnt know there were clubs and groups for it that did this much stuff. it sounds like fun and i am going to explore the groups in my area. i have previous compass experience, map making, rapelling, and other stuff like that so this hobby sounds pretty cool to me. i have explored places in my area but not to the extent you have (mostly some tunnels in my city, old buildings, stuff i found in parks, a sewage treatment plant with tons of tunnels all of which i was forced to go thru...(for a class), etc.). i am so intrigued by your pics and stuff even though im not from the area. THX and keep up the good work!

 

 

 

Date:

01/21/2004

Name:

The Walrus

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Trips to the Mineral Research Building over the past few weeks and months seem to show that it might not just be explorer types down there. The equipment in the basement has been noticably shifted several times and I've taken note of engineer-types entering the building during the day. Something larger might be at work.

I also have it on good word that several days ago, the bridge connecting the two halves of Hamm's Brewery was taken down. The people involved in taking it down were not able to offer anything definite about the reasoning behind taking it down, but the chance of it becoming the latest casualty of urban development seems a noteworthy possibility. As one of my favorite sites in the Twin Cities, I suggest those who haven't yet seen it expedite their plans to check it out.

 

 

 

Date:

01/20/2004

Name:

Pat

Location:

Out West

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Just took the Hamm's tour. I lived close by when I was a kid, somewhere off Minnehaha. My dad used to go to the brewery
once in a while for the food and beer. Awesome. just frickin' awesome. Well done!

 

 

 

Date:

01/18/2004

Name:

Pensil

Location:

Sydney Australia

Homepage:

http://caveclan.org/sydney

Comments:

This looks crazy interesting, So different to the exploration stuff here in sydney. I cant wait to get out there.

 

 

 

Date:

01/18/2004

Name:

crnkdrthy

Location:

krap tcepsorp.. e bank

Homepage:

http://www.gorehole.org

Comments:

wooo. i'm making a song about you guys. when I finish it, I will send it to you.. err.. well, i will send it to that yahoo.com address that probably sends it to everyone who is involved in the UE yahoo group.. (or is it just the AS yahoo group? eh).. maybe i'll just post where you can find it in the guestbook.. Anyhow, there are miles of grain elevators near me that I have been intrigued by even since i moved to mpls. I didn't know anything about urban exploring until i was looking up things about abandoned buildings and all that.. Upon finding yer site and reading through it, I have gathered enough courage to go up to the factories (still active and very awesome) and take some great pictures. I don't know where this fascination with factories stems from.. but when i first saw the coke refinery in (near?) Rosemount, I nearly bit through my lip trying to keep my excitement from leaping through the window of the moving car and going right into the place that apparently takes a couple dozen years off of yer life if you whork there. (my friend was actually giving me a driving tour of the U-lands that night. he used to get drunk there all the time years ago)
Some of the people in noise krew i'm part of (:|) went meandering around in tunnels under st paul. i guess they were puking on piles of dead rats and having a good time with the stench... It's all so facinating and it's inspiring me to do the same kinds of things.. but I don't have anyone to accompany me, so it's off to me freaking out all alone I go.. Thank you for sharing all these great missions n such.

 

 

 

Date:

01/17/2004

Name:

spencer

Location:

columbus ohio

Homepage:

http://www.forgottenoh.com

Comments:

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Date:

01/14/2004

Name:

Asher

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

O_o

 

 

 

Date:

01/14/2004

Name:

Rico Margolis

Location:

Coon Rapids, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The Hellhole is a vertical shaft to a deep steam tunnel in the mineral research building at the U.

 

 

 

Date:

01/13/2004

Name:

miranda

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hey. just wanted to say its nice
to know there are other people
in minnesota who love to break into
shit.. thanks for the site! -mt

 

 

 

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