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Date:

08/26/2003

Name:

MASTER

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Dude from Cambridge one last question and anyone else can answer this too. What is the only way you can get into any of the buildings within the past six months? This will prove who is lying or not.

 

 

 

Date:

08/26/2003

Name:

MASTER

Location:

Pine City, MN

Homepage:

http://www.geocities.com/area52industries2000

Comments:

First things first. Someone from Cambridge you're a fucking dumbass. I've been to those building a few times now.....in the winter! I know for a fact that those buildings are cold as hell and in no have heat, they don't even have electricity. I believe the ghost story, we have an incident on film from one mission. So Someone from Cambridge you work for the state? Whats your job title? Now I'm not going to argue about whether those buildings are there or not because I haven't been there recently. I will send a team over to investigate within the next two weeks. Then I will know for sure if they really gone. I know it was going to be soon because my ex-girlfriend's mom works in one of the active buildings.

 

 

 

Date:

08/24/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Not that I'm a person that loves to say "I told ya so", but, I TOLD YA SO!

Not even two hours after writing my last entry here, SIX, count them, SIX trespassers were given tickets for going on to state property.

What do you have to say for yourself now, Mr. Bigshot from Coon Rapids?

 

 

 

Date:

08/24/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Well, Mr. Coon Rapids, I'm glad you seem to have all the answers to whats going on at the Cambridge State Hospital. I think you should check your facts before you come here proclaiming yourself as some sort of expert on the matter.

For your information, those big piles of rubble were some of the buildings they've already torn down.

I did love the cute little ghost story you told us. Anything you saw or heard or experienced can all be explained away.

Anyone that knows anything about the state hospital buildings know that it is ROUTINE to experience temperature variations from one place to another. The heating system is ancient, and very hard to regulate. Even during the summer, in some rooms, halls, and stairwells the heat is almost unbearable!

I don't know where you get your information about the buildings being "prepped" for destruction, I'm here to tell you...they're ready. Crews have been in these buildings removing asbestos before the buildings are torn down.

The reason ALL of the buildings are not down yet is because the contractor didn't live up to the agreement where the rubble was suppose to be transported to. The rubble was suppose to be transported somewhere in Wisconsin, but instead they've been dumping it within 3-5 miles north of Cambridge. The rubble contains lead, which is why they were suppose to haul it to Wisconsin for proper disposal.

The STATE shut down the contractor until this problem can be worked out.

Here's some news for you, big shot, since you think you know so much *rolls eyes* the po-lice is increasing their patrols in the area and also have off duty people working the grounds and handing out trespassing coupons to anyone not authorized to be on the property.

Oh, in case anyone wants to question my knowledge on this subject, feel free to do so. I will tell you this...I work for the state, so I know my shit.

 

 

 

Date:

08/23/2003

Name:

Tarrant

Location:

Chicago area

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome site - well written and great pics. Keep it up!

 

 

 

Date:

08/22/2003

Name:

Guts and Nuts

Location:

Coon Rapids

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I will settle this argument now. Cambridge State Hospital is still there. I've been there twice in the past 2 days. They are being renovated and prepped for distruction- but I believe that due to lack of budget the demolation is on hold. The place is still creepy as hell. I only wish I could have explored it before plans for destruction began. Oh, I am convinced the place is haunted after my friends and I heard the sound of a girl crying echoing through out the house following a 30 degree drop in temperture. Go now, before the buildings are gone- and don't forget to take pictures- lots of pictures. (posted Aug. 22nd, 2003)

 

 

 

Date:

08/20/2003

Name:

kyle

Location:

Mnpls Uptwn

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Love the site. Max, your too fucking sexy man.

 

 

 

Date:

08/20/2003

Name:

dan

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

has anyone ever been to the island station? its on the other side of the river, almost directly across from the party cave.

 

 

 

Date:

08/18/2003

Name:

Jay Anderson

Location:

Apple Valley Mn

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I loved the site. I used to think I was alone in my facination for things and places forbidden. Any time I see a door marked DO NOT ENTER, that is the first thing I want to do. I love tunnels, caves and storm drains. When I was stationed at Pearl Harbor back in the seventies, I got the chance to explore the old abandoned base hospital that was in use when the Japanese attacked. I also got to search around in the Kunia Tunnel on Oahu. It was so cool to see that there are lots of others with the same passion. I work in Chaska and know some people that toured the Hellhouse, I will see if anyone took any pictures. If they did I will scan them and send them to you. Never let a locked door stop you.

Jay

 

 

 

Date:

08/17/2003

Name:

BigRed

Location:

St. Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

This is an awesome site. I am not the kind of person who sneaks into abbandoned buildings and stuff, but I'v visited a number of the caves in the sandstone bluffs of the Mississippi. All are pretty cool, even Horseshoe cave(If there aren't to many drunken partiers when you are trying to poke around) We have also been to the brewery caves but the ladder had been broken to a size so small it could no longer be used to reach the second level. We explored the basement level though and tried to find an enterance to the second or third level from the outside, but we are unsuccessful so far. We have found a few other caves in the St. Paul sandstone bluffs though. Great site, keep it going.

 

 

 

Date:

08/13/2003

Name:

MASTER

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

It is a sad day to learn that the Cambridge buildings are no more. Me and my cohorts known as CAT have spent the last nine months going on missions in those buildings. I'm happy to have taken souvenirs, I know don't take things from the sites, but I knew the buildings would be demolished one day. I got all the info on how to run the security system. We have maps of the buildings. We took a few signs from inside. I even took some pictures while we were there. We only had one building left and that was the big scary one. I missed out on the mission to go there, was hoping to go back one last time but I guess I can't.

 

 

 

Date:

08/09/2003

Name:

Someone From Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hi,

I'm back. Your friend from Hamm's brewery was correct. There are domes that APPEAR to be back in the woods near the Cambridge State Hospital.

Actually, there are two explanations for this:

1. The domes you can see from the CSH are actually domes that cover some settling tanks at the waste water treatment plant.
2. There are semi-dome things in a rubbish heap that used to be part of the farm spread that surrounded the CSH campus back in the early 1900's when the "colony" ran the farm to sustain the patients living there with fresh vegetables, eggs, beef, pork, milk, and beef. Residents that could work, were taught how to do simple chores and were paid a wage. The produce not used by the colony were sold to nearby merchants and the money was returned to the hospital.

I have lots of information on this hospital, as well as many (if not all) of the regional treatment centers in the state.

There is more to these places than exploring the present, there is a very interesting and sometimes tragic past to explore also.

Out.

 

 

 

Date:

08/09/2003

Name:

Kyle

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Actually, the guy from cambridge, however insane he may seem, is probably right. When I went up there a few months ago, I talked to a cop who said there were plans to tear the entire down and it was going to happen soon.

Also, I talked to some guys I accidently met up with in Hamm's Brewery about Cambridge and they said they saw two big domes in the woods with suspicious black hummers parked there. Could it be a secret military base? A hide out for Osama? A complete lie? I don't know. I was just wondering if you guys had heard anything about it.

- Kyle

 

 

 

Date:

08/09/2003

Name:

Max Action

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Thought I should stick my head in here and clarify that no one involved in this weird argument is, to my knowledge, in any way involved in Action Squad.

We appreciate our tipsters immensely, so thanks, dude from Cambridge.

(I think people are just fuckin with you to get you riled up, by the way.)

 

 

 

Date:

08/09/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I simply wanted to let you all know that the old buildings at the Cambridge State hospital are being demolished at this time. Some piece of poop is arguing with me stating that I am lying, which simply isn't the case!

Why not call the police chief in Cambridge? Ask him if the buildings are there or not!

Christ, excuse me for trying to help you all out!

Fuck!

 

 

 

Date:

08/08/2003

Name:

NINE

Location:

Someone from Northampton

Homepage:

None

Comments:

exactly what are you talking about?

 

 

 

Date:

08/08/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Oh, by all means, feel free to come out and see for yourself, numb nuts!

Just trying to help out here...

Oh, by the way, I ALSO have toured these old buildings, so, um, I know what the hell I'm talking about. Do you?

Did you know there is also a cemetery on grounds at the state hospital? Did you know they have their own power plant and water facilities?

Did you also know that one of the buildings is used as a jail at this very moment?

Did you also know that the National Guard is stationed out there now too??

So, don't patronize me, junior...I know what the fuck I'M talkin about!

 

 

 

Date:

08/06/2003

Name:

some dude

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Why the hell does "someone from cambridge" give so much of a shit? I believed him at first, but now the truth of his statements is suspect.

 

 

 

Date:

08/06/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

LOL! I loved the post about "neckmeats" Goddamn that was hilarious!

Seriously!

Man, I don't know about you, but them people in the hood can sure peel the fuck out of a banana!

 

 

 

Date:

08/06/2003

Name:

Someone from Cambridge

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Well, if you have any doubts about what I've reported to you, please feel free to come on up here and check it out for yourself!

In case you want to know where to go, just go to the state hospital and where you see the big piles of rubble, THEN you're there.

You chodes will sure look stupid for wasting your time and gas to come up only to find piles of rubble that at one time were hospital buildings!

If you want to see piles of old brick and assorted other condemned buildings, why don't you drive down to north or south Minneapolis and check out da hood?

You stupid fucks.

 

 

 

Date:

08/05/2003

Name:

Jon Low

Location:

MSP

Homepage:

None

Comments:

For those of you who saw The Goonies far too many times, check this out:
http://www.flipschultz.com/videos/esketch.wmv

 

 

 

Date:

08/04/2003

Name:

TK427

Location:

Omaha

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey Max, I'm the 100,000 viewer to your page! Can I get a tour of the Hamm's Brewery? Great site, and I am planning on doing some exploring at the old Storz brewery here in Omaha. Not much left of it, but could still be fun.

 

 

 

Date:

08/03/2003

Name:

Zim

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Arr. He's just tryin' to keep us away from his friend, Turkeyneck.

All the darn kids are always after his lucky neckmeats!
See his neckmeats? They're lucky.

 

 

 

Date:

07/31/2003

Name:

other

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

i don't believe the last person who signed the quest book. he just wants to keep us away from his treasure

 

 

 

Date:

07/31/2003

Name:

Someone in Cambridge, MN

Location:

Moolieapolis, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Just so all of you are aware, the state hospital buildings in Cambridge have been demolished. The tunnels are also filled in.

Too bad, so sad!

 

 

 

Date:

07/31/2003

Name:

timmy_d

Location:

st. cloud

Homepage:

None

Comments:

found your site after a coworker mentioned that he spent last weekend in the "tunnels under that island in the Mississippi" aka Harriet Island. I am soooooo insanely jealous of your adventures. I too had seen The Goonies and Indaiana Jones films to often at an impressionalble age, and would have thoroughly enjoyed romping through abandoned buildings and tunnels.

Have you ever been approached by anyone to film any of your exploits? Not just photographs mind you, but perhaps a documentary on "Forgotten" Minnesota? Perhaps a documentary along the veins of "Lost Twin Cities?"

Just curious. Keep up the great work -- Be safe, Live well.

Timmy D.

 

 

 

Date:

07/30/2003

Name:

james

Location:

twin cities

Homepage:

None

Comments:

tshirts tshirts tshirts, UPDATE paaaleeeeeeeze

 

 

 

Date:

07/29/2003

Name:

TSM

Location:

minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

TSHIRTS TSHIRTS TSHIRTS

 

 

 

Date:

07/29/2003

Name:

j.b

Location:

minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Its awsome you have pics of the"ice building: we called it the robert street building . its a damn shame that its gone. i have some more pics of it if you need some. also there was a safe inside of it that we could never get open and there was a beeping that always came from inside of it, just wondering if anyone ever got it open or knew what the beeping was. we always assumed it was a pageron a dead body.j/k
also would like to talk to someone about GMF.
thanks

 

 

 

Date:

07/24/2003

Name:

CHU CHU

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

sweet site. the only thing better than your site is your logo. GOONIES ROCK!

 

 

 

Date:

07/23/2003

Name:

H.H

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hi

 

 

 

Date:

07/18/2003

Name:

Team es

Location:

uk

Homepage:

http://www.explorationstation.co.uk

Comments:

Gah! I'm green with envy! you have so many places to visit on your site....excellent pics, thoroughly enjoyed by us...over here in the UK we havn't a third the amount of places to explore....keep up the good work.!!!

 

 

 

Date:

07/17/2003

Name:

dan

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

are they cracking down on just the tunnels or the whole assylum?

 

 

 

Date:

07/16/2003

Name:

Martin

Location:

Minneapolis Historical Society

Homepage:

http://www.mnhs.org

Comments:

Max,

I suggest checking out the opportunities available at the Minneapolis Historical Society.

You have exactly the mindset we are looking for.

Preservation and Perseverance.

SALARY: $ 2,452 monthly minimum
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 31, 2003

 

 

 

Date:

07/15/2003

Name:

Adam

Location:

Lafayette, IN

Homepage:

http://web.ics.purdue.edu/`acodding

Comments:

What a great site! I just wish there were things to explore in Indiana. I'll have to look into the closed tunnels under the Purdue campus...

 

 

 

Date:

07/15/2003

Name:

Darren

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You guys are awesome. Keep the exploring up, you should have a message board.

 

 

 

Date:

07/13/2003

Name:

Kyle

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

In response to the Cambridge Chief of Police's post. He's telling the truth. My friends and I went to Cambridge about a month and a half ago and almost got caught three, count them THREE, times. We smooth talked two different cops and one lady (who was more angry than the cops) and we hardly even explored the area because of all the interruptions. I guess they just got nothing better to do there than crack down on us unfortunate victims.

On the plus side, we got directions to the complex from a snowboarding dwarf (no lie!) so it was almost all worth it.

- Kyle

P.S. I aired my piece on Urban Adventuring on Radio K today to great compliments from the News Staff. Max was one of the best people I have ever interviewed. Just another one of his many talents. This guy isn't some dumbass off the street, folks. He knows his stuff.

 

 

 

Date:

07/13/2003

Name:

Cambridge Police Department

Location:

Cambridge, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

For those of you who may plan to visit our Regional Treatment Center, please be aware that the tunnels are checked on a routine basis and you will be arrested for trespassing if found inside. Those tunnels are full of asbestos and are becoming very dangerous. We do not want to see anyone hurt or arrested so please stay out of them. Thank you, Chief of Police

 

 

 

Date:

07/05/2003

Name:

mel

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

you guys were talking about my holes that was mean

 

 

 

Date:

07/02/2003

Name:

finch

Location:

tc

Homepage:

None

Comments:

max, i am waiting for two things, my damn shirt and a fresh update. i briefly conversed with jim and saw his new site. it is good, but don't you dare link it to this one. no one needs to see his site except for a few chosen ones. ciao

 

 

 

Date:

07/02/2003

Name:

Kyle

Location:

UofM-TC

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Attn: Max Action. I'm interested in doing a news story for radio k on Urban Adventuring and would like to interview you. If you could email me your contact information, that would be great.

 

 

 

Date:

07/02/2003

Name:

Macphisto

Location:

Saint Paul, MN

Homepage:

http://www.dolosus.com

Comments:

I'd have to say after closely following the adventures of Monsieur Action for about a year now, I'd be more than happy to wear a Max Action shirt. I work overnights and the AS adventures have kept me up late chuckling with intrigue....

 

 

 

Date:

06/29/2003

Name:

Cubzilla

Location:

MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The beat box killa dont like sell outs! whoo whoo, whoo POOOSH!

 

 

 

Date:

06/26/2003

Name:

Gix

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Wow. Not dead or imprisoned. How about captured by aliens? ;)
Thanks for alerting us to your non-death, though, and I'm sure you'll get tons of posts in this guestbook about the popularity of those t-shirts.

I know I'd buy at least one, myself.
I'd be the coolest kid on the block.

 

 

 

Date:

06/23/2003

Name:

Wounded Butterfly

Location:

corntown

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey....Checked out your very cool website!
Thanks for making it! We enjoyed reading about your adventures and looking at all the excellent pictures.

Hope your always carefull! Goodluck! And we wish you many new adventurous excursions!

 

 

 

Date:

06/23/2003

Name:

james mensa

Location:

toronto

Homepage:

None

Comments:

nice work nice conduct stay free.

 

 

 

Date:

06/20/2003

Name:

dsankt

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://dsankt.brisurbex.com

Comments:

great site, should really have signed in here on one of my previous passings. looks like you have some attractive locations, esp the stahlmann brewery cellars, phalen and the helix tunnels. at least one thing seems consistent worldwide, the underground is always interesting. keep up the good work, like i even need to say it! dsankt[at]caveclan[dot]org

 

 

 

Date:

06/20/2003

Name:

finch

Location:

the U

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I am really intrigued by what you all do, in fact you site has inspired a few friends and I to do the very same things. That being said your group is certainly the most accomplished in the TC. I would extremely enjoy joining you and your amigos for a night of exploration. I know my shit and i believe that you find that we agree on many levels. If you do not wish my company on one of your personal missions maybe we can meet up for the next mouser week. Also can you please tell me how to navigate that damn urban exploration ring? Anywho I hope to hear from y'all real soon, or at the very, very least see an update, but would rather be part of a future update. later, finch

 

 

 

Date:

06/19/2003

Name:

zaius

Location:

Downtown

Homepage:

http://www.monkeypoke.com

Comments:

Hey Max, did I see you on Grant St. in the Loring community this spring -- on a hybrid bike wearing the full 110% punk rock regalia AND a swell safety helmet? I held up my finger so I was covering your eyes and only could see the rest of you, and it sure _looked_ like you in the photos. I was going to holler out TOTAL FUCKING BICYCLE SAFETY, but by the time I thunked up that smart ass quip, I was out of shouting range... Plus I have an aversion to quoting or paraphrasing Supermodel Von Havoc. PS: Where in Loring did you take those underground pictures? I live in Loring and am dying (bald-faced lie) to know!

 

 

 

Date:

06/18/2003

Name:

Jon Low

Location:

MSP

Homepage:

http://www.thenewlow.com

Comments:

Hey Max, any chance that actionsquad.org will get a forum? There seems to be a fair amount of chat going on here, and it's not the same people who haunt Infiltration's forum.

Jon Low

 

 

 

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