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Date:

12/09/2007

Name:

chuck garvine

Location:

newark del.

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I am a big fan of your explorations,wit and wisdom of all things pertaining to u.e. I have been u.eing for a couple of years, have 10 or so galleries under my belt, with a school,church(cult)and factory in my sight. and I owe this love of the unknown and dark decrepid houses I seek to you.Have you ever had a paranormal event or had bad vibes in any of the sites you have visited? or caught strange things in your camera?like faces in windows?I have and wondered if a Pro like you did also?

 

 

 

Date:

12/08/2007

Name:

Big Red

Location:

Up North

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Thanks for the great website!

 

 

 

Date:

12/01/2007

Name:

J Gibbs

Location:

USA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

excellent site

 

 

 

Date:

11/28/2007

Name:

al

Location:

prior lake, mn

Homepage:

None

Comments:

great site, i went to cambridge to try and fing the hospital only to find out it had been knocked down,wish i would have found this site first. A few of us went to the Hamms brewry, that was sweet except for the razor wire and copshop, donno if you guys have been to the sibley caves yet but you should if not.(down by the river in so st paul)

 

 

 

Date:

11/27/2007

Name:

A. Nonymous Codger

Location:

memphis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You are the real thing. Amazing web site,just amazing. You go a long way toward restoring my faith in people. In Minneapolis in the late 1940's there was a steam line in a bridge-like structure across the Mississippi near the U of M campus that was always poorly secured, and we kids used to cross the river that way for fun. There once was a right proper tunnel entrance in the limestone bluff of the Mississippi within the confines of Minnehaha park (north of where the creek enters the river) that seemed to head for Fort Snelling, and we kids thought that it was the Fort's secret escape tunnel. Somebody blasted it in the 1950's, so you probably cannot find the entrance now, but the site probably looks like it was blasted with high explosives 50 years ago. You would have loved the big General Mills main mill building that burned in the '70s or '80s, an amazing huge and complex antique limestone and concrete structure full of cast iron, wood, and canvas belted 19th century machinery that was still running and grinding flour in the early 1960's. You can imagine a structure that size during the night on weekends or on holidays with only two people, the guard and an engineeer, in it getting around on what were called manlifts -- continuous vertical belts with hand rungs to hold onto and little shelves that flopped down from the belt to put your feet on. Some of the tunnels on the East Bank were regularly used by us students to get around campus in the '50s and '60s, especially in below zero weather.

 

 

 

Date:

11/24/2007

Name:

Pete

Location:

Richmond VA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Wow what a great site

 

 

 

Date:

11/09/2007

Name:

clover

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

when ever my eye has caught a forgotten space in time, I dream of exploration!!!

It's good to know, I'm not the only one.

 

 

 

Date:

10/25/2007

Name:

justine

Location:

glastonbury

Homepage:

None

Comments:

awesome!

 

 

 

Date:

10/20/2007

Name:

APAMA DAVID

Location:

ABIDJAN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I AM LOOKING FOR A VERY NICE LADY TO MARRY ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD SO IF POSSIBLE YOU HAVE TO E-MAIL ME BACK SO TO DETAILS ME WHETHER YOU HAVE ANY WOMAN TO GIVE ME.

 

 

 

Date:

10/19/2007

Name:

theripperstrikesback

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hi soulja boy. how are you doing? i’m doing fine. i love your soulja boy and soulja girl video. i love doing the dance,its fun to do to me i think. i am just crazy over your new c.d. that just came out in october of this year.i am 14 years old,well you might as well say i’m going to be 15,becouse my birthday is december,13,1992. i was born in new jersey. i don’t know which part though. i love hip hop and r&b music.i know i’m white,but who cares i just love hip hop and r&b music. i just came to say that don’t worry what the others say or said about you. i think your good,sweet,and nice. you can dance to all the songs i think. you realy did it real good with the soulja boy and the soulja girl dances. real quick just don’t worry what the others say about you. there just some haters. there just mad becouse they can’t do it right or at all okay. peace out. shortie.

 

 

 

Date:

10/19/2007

Name:

Mark

Location:

New Jersey

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Outstanding site! I'm envious of all the tremendous places in your area for exploration! It's hard finding virgin territory in NJ...

 

 

 

Date:

10/19/2007

Name:

John McKenzie

Location:

London

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Nice site, so thoughtfull.

 

 

 

Date:

10/18/2007

Name:

Bob Tastic Buford

Location:

LA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Tjhat's awesome!!!!

 

 

 

Date:

10/18/2007

Name:

Robb

Location:

Carbondale, IL

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey your site and findings are GREAT! I wish I had time to chck out old abandon buildings of interest like you have. Have you ben to the old abandoned Pabst brewing plant in Milwaukee? Or better yet, go check out the Dixie Square Mall in Harvey Illinois which was closed in 1978 and is STILL standing after all these years. This is the mall used for the Blues Brothers movie in 1979-80, the chase scene through the mall happend in Dixie Square.

GREAT JOB with the site and your explorations. Hope to see more.

Robb-Carbondale, IL

 

 

 

Date:

10/17/2007

Name:

Anne

Location:

Burnsville

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Thanks for the great tour of tunnels. My grandfather told me about the tunnels under downtown St Paul. He said there was tunnels running from the court house to a number of whore houses around there. He used to sell blocks of ice to a whore house across the street from St Josephs hospital. There were also tunnels under the mens club down town to the whore houses. Figure? It sounds like alot of fun and very interesting. If you get a chance to go to the wabasha caves they are really interesting and quite haunted.

 

 

 

Date:

10/15/2007

Name:

James Regush

Location:

canadda

Homepage:

http://www.guestbookcentral.com/sign.cfm?guestbook=12674

Comments:

hey wahst up. awsome site!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Date:

10/14/2007

Name:

Chris

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site

 

 

 

Date:

10/13/2007

Name:

Ivy

Location:

Houston,Texas

Homepage:

None

Comments:

This site is awesome! I wish you guys could explore around here. In this small town called Sugarland we have this abandoned sugar factory that gave the town its name. My mom snuck in with her freinds when she was 18 and got lightbulbs thrown at her by this hobo. There is also this asylum that is supposedly haunted but I'm too chicken to go in there.

 

 

 

Date:

10/12/2007

Name:

Uriah

Location:

SF CA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Thanks for an excellent site!!

 

 

 

Date:

10/11/2007

Name:

brie trenerry

Location:

Australia

Homepage:

http://brietrenerry.com

Comments:

love this site- rubber ducky and subsequent teapot stories gave me a quiet calm feeling that i recall in times of stress. I can't believe you tackled the sewers- insane!!! drains and abandoned sites i get...

 

 

 

Date:

10/05/2007

Name:

neville longbottom

Location:

Narcissa, CA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

great, really loved it. keep up the good work. thanks.

 

 

 

Date:

10/05/2007

Name:

Derek B

Location:

london

Homepage:

None

Comments:

great idea for a site - i plan to do the same for my locale... when i get time

db

 

 

 

Date:

10/04/2007

Name:

Leviathan

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I don't know how interested you are in the St. Paul metro area, but there's bunch of storm drains and abandoned facilities down by the river in South St. Paul/Inver Grove Heights area. My friend and I went though a storm sewer twice in Kaposia Park, and we're still not sure where it leads, because it goes off for quite a ways, and we were only down there for an hour, tops. any of you care to check it out, lemme know?

 

 

 

Date:

10/04/2007

Name:

Mike

Location:

ILLINOIS

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Cool site. I started exploring out of the way industial-type places when I worked on merchant ships (ships, docks, the cargo on the ships). Since then, I've done some spur of the moment exploration in various buildings (mostly NIU). I only wish I would have documented and taken pictures like you did. When I am in a building now, I am constantly checking doors to see if they are locked and where they go. I understand the curiosity and the drive. Keep it up!

 

 

 

Date:

10/04/2007

Name:

angie legrow

Location:

sudbury

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hi there nice site

angela legrow

 

 

 

Date:

10/01/2007

Name:

Andy

Location:

Minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome site. As a kid growing up near the St. Paul Bluffs my friends and I always explored the caves along Wabasha(which by the way you guys should check out). We had always heard of the underground city, what you call the Labyrinth. We never knew if it was real or how expansive it was. We attempted many times to find an entrance by the Wabasha bridge but were never able to. It was awesome to read about the underground city we could never find.

 

 

 

Date:

09/19/2007

Name:

Frederick Fokker

Location:

Germany

Homepage:

None

Comments:

sometimes, not very often, i come upon a site that captivates my atention, this IS one. trully nice.

Fred
Germany

 

 

 

Date:

09/17/2007

Name:

Mike Oxlong

Location:

New York, NY

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Super site! Wow I am amazed!!! Keep it up!

 

 

 

Date:

09/15/2007

Name:

Kevin

Location:

Russia

Homepage:

http://www.blogger.com/profile/13239275823056981161

Comments:

Nice idea. I want do the same in my country.

 

 

 

Date:

09/06/2007

Name:

Johnson

Location:

Winnipeg

Homepage:

http://www.wider-vision.com

Comments:

I love the concept! The whole thing gets my mind running... Brilliant!

"Imagination is the fountain from which greatness springs."

 

 

 

Date:

09/05/2007

Name:

simon

Location:

switzerland

Homepage:

http://nastypredator.blogspot.com/

Comments:

thanks. this is great! your site has repeatedly inspired me.

 

 

 

Date:

09/05/2007

Name:

anonymous

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hi Max, just got the great tits email and was happy to see you're still
kicking. I thought they were good, but not great, tits. These reason I'm
finally writing, after years of lurking and spreading the word, is I make it
to MSP @ once a year, and I realize it would be extremely unlikely to be
able to participate in anything, but I thought it would be cool, for me
anyway, if you would perhaps deign to ride with me and point out the
aboveground spots that correspond to neat stuff beneath. Say, downtown ST
Paul? When I was a kid I used to explore storm drains in my hometown of
Racine, Wisconsin. After high school, I entered the USAF and ultimately
arrived in Minot, ND. The closest I've been to urban exploring in years was
prowling the basement of the Pride building one night. Originally housing a
monster computer with redundant backup used for fighter/interceptor
direction, it now houses many basewide offices. The basement, however, is
quite dungeon-like, with many, many rooms and passages. It really helped to
know where all the lightswitches were hiding. In the good/bad old Cold War
days, the bombshelters were there. Last act of many an exercise in the '80s
ended boringly down there.
Anyway, an ex-AF bud lives in Oakdale and works for Quest (who knows,
maybe he could help your exploits, somehow) and will soon be up here
visiting and doing phone stuff in Bismarck. We are both history aficianados,
especially things martial; old milspec firearms, history, vehicles, etc.
Even if nothing comes of it, I at least wanted to tell you how much I
enjoyed the mission stories. Especially the research you've done for
pictures and background and I have to say the Ford sand mine story about
made me decorate the monitor with whatever I was drinking at the time, when
I got to the two emails you got at the end! Falling asleep in the truck,
Priceless!

 

 

 

Date:

09/05/2007

Name:

JM

Location:

Sat Night Adventure

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I came down to the computer to look up a dell pc with adobe cs2 preloaded on ebay. I started reading and got to searching for the History of the town I just moved into – Mahtomedi, MN. It led me to Wilderness Amusement park, a park on the shores of White Bear Lake – Now gone. I kept looking for more information on that park and that led me to the gangsters that used to summer here in between their ill-doings. It then led to the kidnapping of the Jr. Hamms and thus to your site.

Said decent to the computer was at 9:20pm. It is now 1:30am and I have fallen captive to your site and your courageous efforts to conquer the unknown.

Nice work!

 

 

 

Date:

09/03/2007

Name:

Spencer

Location:

Minneapolis, MN

Homepage:

http://www.kaos-squad.org

Comments:

Rock on guys

 

 

 

Date:

08/27/2007

Name:

Gary

Location:

Sedro Woolley, WA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great reading Max! Got your site links from "The Thinker". Funny I was born in the Bay area just outside San Fran, and I now live in a small town North of Seattle. The ferry you took was probably to Bainbridge Island. Anyways! Good reading and I hope you make back to the Northwest. I came up in the mid eighties and never went home. It has a way of getting a hold on you!

Gary

 

 

 

Date:

08/27/2007

Name:

Gary Waltrip

Location:

Hollister, California

Homepage:

http://www.atticghosts.wordpress.com

Comments:

Max, I too have taken the Seattle underground tour and even took a picture of an overhead skylight much like yours! We seem to have a lot in common. I will visit your sites often.

Gary

 

 

 

Date:

08/23/2007

Name:

jlee

Location:

kobe, japan

Homepage:

None

Comments:

really cool site, and great reading. thanks and keep up the good work. Its a shame to let so much go.

 

 

 

Date:

08/22/2007

Name:

Jason Mallin

Location:

Mahtomedi, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Iam hooked and want more!! Have you looked into the Twin city arsenal site in Arden Hills. It has been abandonedfor atleast 5 years and in some cases 10 or more depending on the building. There are thousands of acres and as it was a testing facility as well, there are lots of areas that you can't see from the highways etc. I went there as a kid when my dad worked there. - Curious???

 

 

 

Date:

08/21/2007

Name:

dave

Location:

greenville

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Brethren, have faith in the LORD JESUS!! visit drdino.com and endtime.com to increase your faith and spread the word. May God bless you all.

 

 

 

Date:

08/19/2007

Name:

Aj

Location:

Savage

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Max Action, this site has inspired me to start exploring, which I have done. Thanks.

 

 

 

Date:

08/16/2007

Name:

Richard

Location:

New York

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site. I enjoyed the read on a busy day at work.
therichardhampton@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Date:

08/14/2007

Name:

hugo

Location:

UK

Homepage:

http://google.com

Comments:

excellent

 

 

 

Date:

08/10/2007

Name:

matt

Location:

st.paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

kick ass places always looking for new ones though hard to find these days keep up the search

 

 

 

Date:

08/08/2007

Name:

Yuko

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You guys are kick ass...

 

 

 

Date:

08/01/2007

Name:

Aaron Regnier

Location:

Andover, Minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hamm's Brewery Renovation Plans

http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/myfox/pages/Home/Detail?contentId=3815451&version=1&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=VSTY&pageId=1.1.1

Of all things they could have done...A Pan-Asian Cultural Center?
At least they're not tearing the buildings down.
Keep doing what you're doing guys, I envy your work!

P.S. Teapot story messed me up, that was intense

 

 

 

Date:

07/31/2007

Name:

buser@ihateeveryone.org

Location:

usa

Homepage:

http://ihateeveryone.org

Comments:

look out minneapolis!!

awesome website, awesome idea. keep it up and don't get caught.

- buser@ihateeveryone.org

 

 

 

Date:

07/30/2007

Name:

Colin

Location:

St. Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Just thought I'd give you an update from a team workng on resurrection plans for the St. Paul Grain Terminal. Plans are underway to restore the grain terminal. A restaurant is first on the list. We went exploring last week and I believe, may have seen the remnants of the same vagrant you described in your post about this site. Good Wishes to you Action Squad!

 

 

 

Date:

07/29/2007

Name:

sunpak88

Location:

Asia

Homepage:

http://www.shrimpnow.com

Comments:

This site is so awesome. I have always been interested in exploring stuff that is off limits, tunnels, old hotels, etc.

 

 

 

Date:

07/27/2007

Name:

Matt

Location:

Hell

Homepage:

http://Dont have one

Comments:

You guys face loads of felanies if you get found out XD. My favorite mission was the bowling bar one.

 

 

 

Date:

07/27/2007

Name:

Andy

Location:

Outside Flint, Michigan

Homepage:

http://myspace.com/sinnernation

Comments:

Wow, you guys have done a shitload of urbex, man! This site is awsome, the pics, mission logs, and the crazy ass tunnel systems are all spectacular! Hats off to you and your friends Action Max!

 

 

 

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