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Date:

11/03/2003

Name:

Zeus

Location:

Mankato State University

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hello from the Mankato State University utility tunnels. Thanks for the great site.

 

 

 

Date:

11/02/2003

Name:

Caution

Location:

Oregon

Homepage:

None

Comments:

What you guys do is interesting. There is a few places in oregon you guys would be highly interested in.Contact me.

 

 

 

Date:

10/28/2003

Name:

Jeremiah Duke

Location:

Burnsville, MN

Homepage:

http://www.jrockhasitall.com

Comments:

I have been out to the Ulands and it was amazing and weird. I went out there with my friends and a video camera. I fyou want some clips email me. We didn't know what it was at first, we thought it was some type of military base, and not a munitions plant.

 

 

 

Date:

10/20/2003

Name:

bolete

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.astourattorney.blogspot.com

Comments:

I will be in the Cities over teh next few months, I'll keep an eye out for you guys from the drain pipes and rooftops!

Bolete

 

 

 

Date:

10/20/2003

Name:

Jon Low

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

"a king's ransom in bird poop"! That's comedy GOLD. Excellent mission.

 

 

 

Date:

10/19/2003

Name:

flyonthewall

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Yay! An update!

My friend R is very impressed by your site and what you guys do. She was asking me about it again today.

ps,

the shirt is a little silly! ;0

- fly

 

 

 

Date:

10/16/2003

Name:

TD

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site! I love reading about your adventures, and look forward to reading more in the future. Keep on exploring! :D

 

 

 

Date:

10/15/2003

Name:

Agustin Cesar

Location:

Venezuela

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey guys, cool stuff you got, you know what?, I was thinking now that I saw most of your site that URban exploration makes people love their cities, because they know more about them and their not boring anymore. I remember someone telling me about "trying to look at your cities as you were in the city for the first time, everyday"; hard isn't?. That's were urban exploration kicks in.

U.E. ROCKS FOREVER...

P.S.: I had only done it once and it was in Indianapolis, not so far from my old home, I was scared but when I headed back I felt great about discovering small walking routes and a small river :D

 

 

 

Date:

10/15/2003

Name:

jim

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://personals.startribune.com/profile.aspx?readcache=true&pos=7

Comments:

sorry this is the link max

 

 

 

Date:

10/15/2003

Name:

jim

Location:

http://personals.startribune.com/profile.aspx?read

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Is this page dying? It has been very inactive for a long time? Just curious because if it is I will delete the link on my page. People have been starting to complain.

 

 

 

Date:

10/12/2003

Name:

Titch

Location:

Belgium (Europe)

Homepage:

http://www.membres.lycos.fr/greenexplorers/

Comments:

Greetings from the Green Explorers! Nice website! You do it well.

Just to announce you the creation of our new website about urban exploration in Belgium.
You are all welcomed to have a look and to suggest or comment it on our message board in the home page.

www.membres.lycos.fr/greenexplorers/

 

 

 

Date:

10/10/2003

Name:

the nympho housewife

Location:

Rhode Island

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Cool web-site! Can I go next time, must see Danvers State Hospital....or perish trying.

 

 

 

Date:

10/10/2003

Name:

gurth

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

maxwell I think its time

 

 

 

Date:

10/10/2003

Name:

J

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

J here, I have to say Ive been hitting your site everyday since I first came across it and I never get tired of it! Love that Underground page! Wish we had stuff like that in the Lehigh Valley. Where do you get your sources from? I love urban exploration, I live for it! The only problem I run into is no one I know around here is into it like I am. If you guys are ever get out this way drop me a line. Im always looking for poeple to go UE with. If I ever get out to MN itd be cool to hook up with your group sometime. Anyway, just wanted to say I love your site and hurry up with those updates. peace.

 

 

 

Date:

10/10/2003

Name:

i want to know!!!

Location:

Aiple brewery caves

Homepage:

http://www.the907.org

Comments:

Everyone in the twin cities has heard the rumors of the elusive and massive tunnel system that "stretches under the whole city". I always dismissed this rumor for an urban legend until the night I went exploring with a few members of Action Squad. Max Action found his way into these rumored tunnels several years ago, and has been mapping and exploring at his leisure ever since. All entrances and connections are a well kept secret, which he shares only with close comrades. I was entrusted with some of this information during the exploration, but I can't post pictures or explain anything about the tunnels. Max wants to keep them low profile until he is finished exploring the massive system. Until then, I have been authorized to publicly announce only one of the entrances.

Quite interesting stuf if you ask me.This article is from the basment freaks site and goes on to state one exit from these tunnels lies right in max's basement.

tell me your secrets.

chuspek420

 

 

 

Date:

10/07/2003

Name:

razz

Location:

atlanta

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hey buddy how 'bout that update. i know that we are all waiting down here

 

 

 

Date:

10/06/2003

Name:

crazylikeafox

Location:

da hood

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Fo' shizzle my nizzle. we needs an update fo rizzle.

 

 

 

Date:

10/04/2003

Name:

Crash Man

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://internet

Comments:

The lack of updates makes me :(

for serious

 

 

 

Date:

10/02/2003

Name:

_

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

you guys die? what's all this "two weeks for sure" BS?

 

 

 

Date:

10/01/2003

Name:

little a (amanda kelly)

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hey buddy, i finally got time to check on how your site was doing. looking good. makes me jealous, theonly missions i get around the e.c. are drinking 40oz by the river.

 

 

 

Date:

10/01/2003

Name:

Jason

Location:

Northeast, PA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Love your site! Its one of the most impressive and informative Ive come across while surfng. Id love to hook up with you guys sometime. (If I ever get to MN that is!) Ive been into UE since I was about 16. Im 22 now and still doint it. Ill prob be doing UE in a wheelchair when I'm 65 still. Ive been to to such places as Buck Hill Inn in monroe county, PA. If you saw MTVs fear episode 6 you know about the BHI, and the Philadelphia Mental Hosp (AKA Byberry) just to name a couple. Ive explored various ruins, abandoned houses/buildings all around the Lehigh Valley area which is where I hail from. I just wanna say again, you guys rule!

 

 

 

Date:

10/01/2003

Name:

Johnny Bravo

Location:

more than 6 feet under

Homepage:

http://www.geocities.com/infiltraterz

Comments:

wheres that update ? Maybe you should look on the other side of the river.

 

 

 

Date:

09/24/2003

Name:

Jeff

Location:

south central MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I just stumbled across your web page. Absolutely awesome!
As youngsters we naturally were explorers, and a lot of us haven't lost that sense of adventure as we grow older. As kids, anything within bike riding range was fair game for exploring. Growing up in St Louis Park, the first exploration I had was the old lead plant, (that may explain some issues,,lol). I have a passion for abandoned factories, and anything underground. In some cases, where they are particularly interesting, abandoned houses can be pretty fun to explore as well.
Well, big compliments on your site, I will check in regularly now I know you are here, and if anyone is looking for an exploring partner, or needs a spare guy for a team, drop me an email!!
Jeff

 

 

 

Date:

09/21/2003

Name:

Leah

Location:

Menomonie

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You guys are so magical.

 

 

 

Date:

09/20/2003

Name:

Liz

Location:

st. paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hey just wanted to say what a great website this is, i absolutely love it!! (as evidenced by the fact that i have just spent 4 hours reading it). also, since i'm from duluth, i loved the part on the lincoln hotel, only you missed the room that's filled with razor blades.

also----has anyone been to the St. Joseph's Orphanage in Superior, WI? it was razed last april, but i got the awesome opportunity to explore it before it was taken down.

 

 

 

Date:

09/16/2003

Name:

Pete

Location:

CRX

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Access under a car garage is now accessible via the Gold Medal Tunnel. Someone punched a hole in the cement brick wall. Also get into the Gold Medal Mill soon before they seal the last entrance. Watch out for the raccoons.

 

 

 

Date:

09/16/2003

Name:

spunkmeier

Location:

stubbsville

Homepage:

None

Comments:

update within 2 weeks? not

 

 

 

Date:

09/13/2003

Name:

Daniel Rush

Location:

California

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I no longer stand for dangerous expeditions and I think risking ones life for such pursuits foolhardy - however, I really love the Hamm's Brewery expedition. I love then and now type of photos and adventures and this one really was terrific. Way back when, I lived near a Navy base and was always going on spelunking expeditions to unexplored and uninvited territory - too bad I never had a camera - on top of that, I was always alone! How crazy and stupid was that! Today I am too old and too fat to do such things. Still, the thrill of the hunt intrigues me. It is our duty as Americans to find out what is behind guarded walls - no matter how benign they seem. You never know what someone is trying to hide from us... Plus it is really good fun! Keep up the good work.

 

 

 

Date:

09/10/2003

Name:

Hastur

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Wow. People can be total dipshits when given free, anonymous speech.
Update tomorrow. [Burns]Excellent.[/Burns]

 

 

 

Date:

09/09/2003

Name:

MASTER

Location:

Pine City, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey dipshit I am employed I work at a hospital. I don't live with my parents you would envy me if you saw where I live, but thats besides the point. You're should call yourself Asshole from Cambridge, if you're even from Cambridge which I haven't seen any proof that you are. I know people that work in the few remaining active buildings and I think they would have let me know all of the same info that you've spewed all over this guestbook. So you work for the state, whats your job title? Do you have one and is there anyway you have proof that you work for the state? Why the hell am I even arguing with you about this stupid shit, its really wasting my time and I would guess that the rest of the people here don't want to see it. So I'm going to try and leave it at this the buildings are still there until I have it proven otherwise. Also, I'd really watch what you say to people about living at home, I found it very insulting due to the fact that I haven't lived at home for about three years and have become rather well off. So in other words shut the fuck up because I know you don't work for the state and you are more than likely just some little kid who talks tough to people on the internet. You are the sadest piece of shit I have ever met online.

 

 

 

Date:

09/09/2003

Name:

Fergy

Location:

Iowa City, Iowa

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey guys, I just wanted to drop you guys a line to tell you I think what you guys do is awesome. I've been into exploration since my sophomore year in Highschool and aside from my group of friends I have never met anyone else that is into it...so finding out about "urban exploration" is a pretty big deal to me. Also, it's great that you guys have such strict rules on theft/vandalism and such. It really bums me out that people do that kind of stuff...at least 3 places I have gone semi-regularly now have security cameras up because of theft.

Anyway, if any of you make it down to Iowa to do some exploring...you can pop me an e-mail or something. I know of a few awesome buildings/houses to look at.

 

 

 

Date:

09/09/2003

Name:

Fan#1

Location:

St. Louis Park

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I hate it when people call other people "DUDE" all the time. Obviously the "dude" calling punk is just that...a punk ass bitch.

 

 

 

Date:

09/09/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Boo hoo hoo hoo! Little mama's boy doesn't believe me! Boo hoo hoo hoooo!
Grow up, junior. Regional Center staff are closing off openings faster than you can find them. You also forgot to mention the chainlink fences they've now put up around the buildings being demolished.

I'm insulting? I'm employed, not living with my parents, little man.

Instead of spending all this energy on trespassing on private property, why don't you find a job? I heard they're hiring at Subway. Bring your little GED in and fill out an application.

Until then, why don't you leave the real exploring to the REAL men, okay? 'preciate it.

 

 

 

Date:

09/08/2003

Name:

MonoMan

Location:

South of Sweden

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Very nice; I envy you, friends. Such an abundance of good locations, such a determination of the crew. Fucking brilliant.
Miles.

 

 

 

Date:

09/04/2003

Name:

Junkyard

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.strategicbeercommand.com

Comments:

It seems the Cambridge issue will never die. Who the fuck cares? All that energy would be put to better use exploring or moving on to something else. Put it into a fart, at least it would be more constructive than arguing for months.

 

 

 

Date:

09/04/2003

Name:

MASTER

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Ok dude I think we're exploring some different buildings then. All the ones I've been in have been ice cold. The buildings I have been in have the doors and the windows screwed shut on the ground floor. The only access point has been through a second story window and trough a narrow opening in a door. In one building we were able to get through a door that was mysteriously left open, on a return mission it was screwed shut. For the record I am not some rich little punk and we do not drive a yuppy mobile when we go to Cambridge, we drive a Crown Victoria. Now I will say this you don't know what the fuck you are talking about and you are a very insulting individual. I do realize that there are many buildings on the property and that some of them are still active. So dude shut the fuck up until you have some proof because I'm not going to believe you, because you are obviously not talking about the same buildings.

 

 

 

Date:

09/04/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

LOL! There are MANY ways to get into the buildings, you stupid asshole! You might think there is only one way to get in, but there isn't. PICK A WINDOW, you mope! Try a door! There isn't many that are even locked!

You go ahead and "send a team" up and check it out...while you're at it, why don't you ask a couple of the losers from Blaine who got their stupid asses locked in a secure hallway and had to stay there until the cops came?

You little girls can second guess me all you want. If you want to explore anything really scary, why don't you rifle through your mother's underwear drawer.

I happen to like this site, and I love exploring places and learning about all the history of some of these locations. What I hate is these little snot-nosed mommy's boys who like to talk tough when they all pile into their daddy's yuppiemobile to come here only to get busted by the po-lice. Oh how they cry like little bitches! "No officer, please don't tell my parents!"

I totally LOVE this little goink who says there isn't any heat or electricity in these old buildings...without getting too involved in trying to prove him wrong, I'll just say this punk doesn't know what the fuck he's talking about.

 

 

 

Date:

09/04/2003

Name:

Paul Miller

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I'm From Red Wing, we're not so sad. And stay outa my caves!

 

 

 

Date:

09/03/2003

Name:

Simonh

Location:

Falcon Heights

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome site, been visiting for a couple years now. You NEED to update...hehe

I'm new to the Cities, so I'm kinda looking for a guide, so to speak. Haven't done any exploration in a couple years. Anyway, anyone that wants to include me on any trips, shoot me an e-mail. I work all the time, but do occasionally have some time off.

 

 

 

Date:

09/03/2003

Name:

JamesMotherFuckingApollo

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.jamesapollo.com

Comments:

i want 10% of everything.

 

 

 

Date:

09/02/2003

Name:

Corinne B

Location:

MT

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey there, I was farting around on the web struggling to find the story behind the original Hamm's Brewery. After about 50 links that failed to dip back far enough to get to the St. Paul site I came upon your site which had all the details I sought and more. So I thought I should give a thanks to your squad for having the best damn info out there. Also I was born and raised in Red Wing which most of us locals under the age of 40 refer to as 'Dead Wing'. So after being more then ecstatic to finally get the Hamm's scoop, you were also poking around in my home town caves. Pretty random encounter. Sounds like you guys have a great time. Good luck on all the adventures to come, and I hope all the pigs keep a turned head.

I will stay tuned for your next mission.

 

 

 

Date:

09/02/2003

Name:

ihatehomos

Location:

not sanfransisco

Homepage:

http://www.stupidfags.com

Comments:

Hi everyone I'm not gay. I am a republican who also works for the state in cambridge. I'd like to say the other guy from cambridge is right. Unfortunately he smokes the cock. yes, He is very very gay. I'd like to beat the living gay out of him. I hope he gets kicked in his gay balls. What a homo.

 

 

 

Date:

08/31/2003

Name:

Thaxton and DuckGirl

Location:

The Nitty Gritty Twin Cities

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey Guys!
We were at the Gopher Ordnance Works in Rosemount yesterday. (30 AUG 03)I can remember wondering about those stacks since I was 3. No one, not even my dad, knew what they were. But yesterday, as we were driving through Rosemount, I said that we should go take a look at those stacks. DuckGirl said great, so we poked around there for a few hours. Very cool. But we could only guess it was for manufacturing explosives or something. When got back we Googled it for a while and finally found your ACTION SQUAD page. At last a mystery, which had bugged me off and on for about 50 years, had been laid open. So, from a semi-retired urban adventurer...

Nice going gang, and thanks!

- Thaxton & DuckGirl

(I'd doff my hat to you all but I lost it by Building "C")

 

 

 

Date:

08/30/2003

Name:

I ain't telling you

Location:

Madison

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I am so happy to see other people doing the same thing my frineds and I do. I have been down in the madison steam tunnels. This shit is awesome. If anyone has Eau Claire maps I need some.

 

 

 

Date:

08/29/2003

Name:

maddog

Location:

metro mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hahahaha....good god max, that george bush speech is HILLARIOUS....damn it i want that on a t shirt, ill pay top dollar....i think im gonna try and get a poster made of it...anyways, i havent heard much talk on the T shirt craze that will soon sweep the country..just wanted to remind ya....make them damn shirts....

 

 

 

Date:

08/29/2003

Name:

Empire of Nick

Location:

Empire of Nick

Homepage:

http://www.nyk.ch

Comments:

Great Page! Check out mine too! http://www.nyk.ch

 

 

 

Date:

08/29/2003

Name:

sleepy

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The truth is boys and girls, whether the buildings are being torn down or not, after your first trip to the state hospital in cambridge, any return visits are boring. Unless of course you have friends go ahead and scare the crap out of whoever goes with you. The only thrill is avoiding getting caught. So if there are cops there, it might even be more fun to visit. The buildings themselves are cool to hear about, and exploring them yourselves is always fun. But now they are just big empty buildings, exploring your friends attack is more exciting.

 

 

 

Date:

08/28/2003

Name:

Ronin

Location:

Massachusetts

Homepage:

http://trueronin.com

Comments:

This page rules!! I wish that there were more stuff to explore in my area.. but since 9-11 everything been on lock down.. well thanks for giving hope to me and my friends that just maybe there is some stuff we still don't know about... Ronin

 

 

 

Date:

08/27/2003

Name:

El_Gordo_Uno

Location:

Washington

Homepage:

http://www.new100mph.com

Comments:

Your sites great, I've spent many an hour reading your write ups. Keep up the good work!

 

 

 

Date:

08/26/2003

Name:

Sloan Royal

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.bigfuckinskull.com

Comments:

The plot fuckin thickens! Is "someone from Cambridge" REALLY the helpful citizen he fuckin pretends to be? Or could this fuck be a selfish explorer, or maybe a fuckin groundskeeper, hoping to deter the local exploring community from finding out that the Cambridge buildings are actually MORE explorable now than ever??? FUCK!

 

 

 

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