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Date:

11/14/2001

Name:

psy

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

http://www.phone-geeks.com

Comments:

Hey, Some friends and i just got into this. Nice to see others out there. Maybe we should meet up and i could learn something from you guys.

 

 

 

Date:

11/14/2001

Name:

Colin

Location:

University of Minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Mmm... steam tunnels.. would love to come along someday if you're still adventuring.

 

 

 

Date:

11/14/2001

Name:

Enkur

Location:

London, England

Homepage:

Coming soon :)

Comments:

Nice site, thought you might like to know that there are like minded people over here as well. Keep up the good work.

 

 

 

Date:

11/14/2001

Name:

Fonzi

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I'm a utility worker in Duluth... Ever thought about the old bomb shelters and steam tunnels up here...

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Bastian

Location:

Seattle

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Nice site. We the Deviant D here in Seattle are working on one of our own. Keep an eye out for us. We might be in your neighborhood come summer. Lata~ the D

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Chris Janota

Location:

st paul

Homepage:

http://www,dvds123,com

Comments:

You can find some real action climbing water towers. And inside them. Clibed 4 different ones myself in my day. WSP, mendota heights, Inver grove hgts and the late friendly hills tower. St lilydale caves are awesome to.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Kevin

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

This page is fuckin' sweet!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Beanz

Location:

Melbourne, Australia

Homepage:

http://www.caveclan.org

Comments:

Awesome site! Some pretty darn cool looking sites to explore as well! Love to get over there one day and check some out!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Mr. Sable

Location:

Calgary, Canada

Homepage:

http://www.geocities.com/corrosionia/index.html

Comments:

Very cool site y'have here. Nicely designed and GREAT content. You guys are truly hardcore. I'll be back often.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

http://www.afiler.com

Location:

U of MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great read, I found out some stuff I had never known before. I always wondered about the West Bank tunnels, I never would have guessed they went to the hospital. Nice maps too, too bad the FacM website doesn't have 'em. :)

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Chazz

Location:

SLP, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Cool site- me and a few friends recentley figured how to get into the miniature steam tunnels in our high school, and are mapping them out... currently. We may try some more ambitious stuff come spring time- draining perhaps? It's cool to see another urban exploration site that's about local stuff. If you guys have any suggestions on a good "first tunnel" or "first drain" to rty, let me know... we are excited to try some things. Our next plan calls for a nice swim in the luxurly hotels of downtown minneapolis... that and getting onto the roof of the hilton. anyhoo, cool site.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Cave Clan

Location:

Australia

Homepage:

http://www.caveclan.org

Comments:

Hi from the Cave Clan in Australia, and well done, the experience was golden.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Data

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

THE GIANT OCTOPUS WAS REALLY SCARY

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Wevil

Location:

Washington

Homepage:

http://www.geocities.com/joeyisastud

Comments:

Great site - I wish I had found it sooner. Check out our UE page. We have some remote similarities in an abstract kind of way...

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

MN Native Son

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I was doing this kind of stuff in the early 80's, and got into a few of the same places you guys have ... but damn, you folks have taken it all to a great new level. Keep it up ... I only wish my old bones could take coming with you sometime.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Dead Burnt Rat

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Your site is absolutely fantastic, and keeps getting even better. Good job!!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

J

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

you're all crazy!! i would like to say however that the naked boy is oh so intriuging...wouldn't mind running into you in a dark alley!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Chunk

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Uh huh....and once, when I was five, I pushed my sister down the stairs, and blamed it on the cat!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Dead Burnt Rat continued

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Those girls had no idea where they were! Wish I'd been there. Oh um... don't kick up and breathe too much dust, since it may contain asbestos!!!! The MN Daily ran an article years back about the asbestos down there. Notice all that dust on the concrete tunnel floors? You KNOW what the older pipes were insulated w th. I think those are the ones that look like they're encased in gauze and plaster. Just don't kick up & whiff too much dust... Say have you ever noticed how when your whole exploring group is a little nervous, that you all start walking in unison? How about that, eh? Bahahah.. Don't bother bringing a police scanner underground... it doesn't pick up anything. That's also another reason the cops won't go down there... cause their radio's won't work. Thanks for sharing that map. I've always wanted one of those. Re: spelunking in the NSP tunnels, be advised that the nearby Pillsbury Park has turned into pickup zone for gays, so the general area has an excess of police coverage on friday & saturday nights for that reason. Hey I heard there was a bit of a scandal 15+ years back, somebody was exploring the tunnels and was basically setting off one motion sensor after another. Back in a control room, an NSP employee is watching the alarms being tripped one after another... u til the explorer reached an area called the "grotto", where old electric lines laid wet in decay. The NSP guy then switched on the power for that zone and fried the life out of the poor exploring fuck. This might be urban legend, but I believe this one s true. My sister who worked at a downtown hospital emergency room was telling me about this. Anyway have fun, live long and prosper!!!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

the Dead Burnt Rat

Location:

Minnenipples

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Kewl exploitations dudez. I used to help haunt some of those same East Bank steam tunnels back in the 80's. Looks like the new generation is carrying on the tradition admirably. You've done much more of the tunnels than I ever did. I only know of 1 go d entrance today (storm drain N of wash. ave with the bent iron bar) and never did any of those dark and tight vertical shafts. Sure gets toasty around that steam generation plant, doesn't it? We wore jackets just to keep ourselves cool in that area. Have you ever been in the NSP hydro plant control room? Pretty mondo.. you't think you're in a nuclear plant or something. Kinda wierd coming out by St Anthony Falls and realizing you have passed underneath I-35W, eh? Then once when the Civil Engineering bldg was still very new, we were about to exit via that building's front door when we noticed an opened panel of red blinking LED's right inside the door. Hmm. The front door was also propped open. Hmm. Very irregu ar for that time of the night. Out we stroll only to discover two shiny UofM squad cars, which were empty but appeared to have been hurriedly parked. The cars' radiators were making that "tink tink" sound that they do when the engine is still very hot. Obviously the cops were somewhere in the building looking for us... but we strolled right out without being seen. I wonder if "The Cold Room" still exists. I forget which hall it was approximately under (possibly beneath Architecture), but it was just a 20 foot dead-end room which was much cooler than the air in the tunnels. I was told that one of the frats blindfo ded a bunch of their sorrority sisters and took them down there for a weekend toga keg orgy. Those girls had no idea where they were! Wish I'd been there. Oh um... don't kick up and breathe too much dust, since it may contain asbestos!!!! The MN Daily ran an article years back about the asbestos down there. Notice all that dust on the concrete tunnel floors? You KNOW what the older pipes were insulated w th. I think those are the ones that look like

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Indio

Location:

Houston, TX

Homepage:

None

Comments:

This is easily the greatest website I have seen dedicated to anyone's urban exploring in their area. I hope that your efforts raise the bar and others begin putting up such quality sites. Thanks for all the information: my grandparents live in Saint Pau and I will be on the lookout for the areas you describe next time I am in town to visit them.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Baron Viktor Von Mayhem

Location:

Mount Zion

Homepage:

None

Comments:

It's AS against the world. I propose a squad decathalon against the other urban exploring crews. We would destroy you all.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

-

Location:

New York

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Damned hoodlums. You're all a bunch of antichrists with no values or standards...my kinda people. If you happen to find anything doing with another "Hellhouse" or miscellaneous hauntings, please post them. I love that kind of shit. I'd appreciate a go d laugh.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Ryan(Johnny Rockwell)

Location:

St Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

"I can hear Flipp calling." I WANT MORE!

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Keiv

Location:

Kansas

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I've got to go on an action squad with you. I don't know if I'll be in Minneapolis again soon, but maybe we could do something adventurous in Columbus next Summer.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

T

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

question #1: Can i smoke weed while action squading? At designated times and areas question #2: Can i steal stuff if its weird?

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

.

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

i know a lot about the fluid mechanics of steam flow in conduits

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Dedly Daego

Location:

Um....NOT where this shit happens!

Homepage:

http://www.onwardtomayhem.com / www.humanfilth.com

Comments:

Who is that handsome devil with all the tattoos?

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Roofman

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I remember the Axe incident, damn pigs.

 

 

 

Date:

11/13/2001

Name:

Boom Boom

Location:

Not in Minnesota thank lucifer

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You are a criminal. You should be shot. You should be tarred, feathered, stoned, and then shot. I have a gun. A sawed-off shot gun. I'd like to use it to shoot you. Save the fucking world from your criminal ways, you little shit.

 

 

 

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