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Date:

04/06/2007

Name:

denise

Location:

internet

Homepage:

http://www.botnik.net

Comments:

hi,
cool actions!!!
greetz from berlin

 

 

 

Date:

04/05/2007

Name:

Aaron R.

Location:

Andover, Minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You guys do an awesome job, hope to be able to do what you do some day!
VERY jealous of your adventures in Hamms. Too bad about the fire though, security's crazy now...
Peace

 

 

 

Date:

04/03/2007

Name:

T M

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

NORTHROP not Northrup.........check your spelling smartass

 

 

 

Date:

04/01/2007

Name:

Justin Hoese

Location:

Hutchinson

Homepage:

http://www.yahoo.com

Comments:

Great Site

 

 

 

Date:

03/31/2007

Name:

Nobody

Location:

Vancouver B.C. canada

Homepage:

None

Comments:

It's happening now Max, some people wait a lifetime,but you found it early, the teapot I mean.......It means everything...and nothing. N.

 

 

 

Date:

03/30/2007

Name:

To be Released

Location:

St Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey, guys i heard about your web site through a friends at my wokr who went on a few missions with you. My buddies and I would really like to join you on some of these or if you get atlest tell us more about a few of the places. Please drop me a e mail.

 

 

 

Date:

03/30/2007

Name:

Jamws

Location:

USA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

EXCELLENT SITE! the design is great

 

 

 

Date:

03/29/2007

Name:

Aaron Rose

Location:

USA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The stuff you guys do is awesome. Great work.

 

 

 

Date:

03/28/2007

Name:

Fuck

Location:

Princeton, NJ

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I'll be back.

 

 

 

Date:

03/26/2007

Name:

Robert Crafton

Location:

Milwaukee, Wi.

Homepage:

http://www.hfifluidpowerproducts.com

Comments:

WOW! Definatly I need to spend a weekend or two in Minneapolis! Here in Milwaukee we have several buildings that have been abandoned and look pretty cool to explore, but security is tight around here. Thanks for inspired reading!

 

 

 

Date:

03/25/2007

Name:

Susan Woehrle

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

http://myspace.com/susanwoehrle

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

03/23/2007

Name:

Bob K

Location:

Long Beach CA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Neat stuff guys, I spent way to long looking around. I'll be back. One thing you guys, and girls, need to do. Get an oxygen meter so that you don't run into what is referred as dead air or damp air. This is the lack of anything breathable because the good stuff is displaced by by gas, methane, carbon monoxide or some other poison. You pass out and die. GET A METER!

 

 

 

Date:

03/22/2007

Name:

Justin G

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

http://myspace/nohopeboyz.com

Comments:

Sup guys!! A couple of buddys and me have been kindof following you guys around for years been to most places you have and explored them I just gotta say keep up the good work on locating these places and maybe we'll say around some time... Also they tore down cambridge institute I believe.... later

 

 

 

Date:

03/22/2007

Name:

john m

Location:

santa rosa, ca

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I just stumbled onto this site and was blown away. I'm 42 and I notice you guys are in your 20's...well I think you guys rock. I live in CA now but grew up in Hudson and attended Minneapolis Campus in early 80's and wish there had been something like this then. The closest I came to experiencing this sort of thing was being the one to close down the old Gopher Stadium (no longer exists)every night and shutting off the lights and walk back through in lonely silent darkness.
I was also impressed by the author of your well written site. So I know it's not just a bunch of foolish, half-crazed kids (although I'm still one). Anyway I think the next Hollywood blockbuster scary movie should be premised on The Action Squad. - cheers

 

 

 

Date:

03/21/2007

Name:

Rusty Nailz

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Love your writing and website! Very cool!

 

 

 

Date:

03/15/2007

Name:

MUMU MUMU

Location:

LOME

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I LOVE THIS SITE

 

 

 

Date:

03/09/2007

Name:

John

Location:

London

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Nice site, I really enjoyed it.

 

 

 

Date:

03/08/2007

Name:

Doug Nieske

Location:

Detroit, MI

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Excellent Hamm's Brewery section!!

 

 

 

Date:

03/07/2007

Name:

Xcruciate

Location:

Fargo

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey all! Max and the gang are in a documentary film. Just watched it tonight at the Fargo Film Festival. It is called "Urban Explorers - Into the Darkness" directed by Melody Gilbert. Great film about UE. Go to her site - www.urbanexplorersfilm.com Not out on DVD yet as of today, 3/7/07 as she just finished it. Way to go Action Squad and all other UEr's!

 

 

 

Date:

03/05/2007

Name:

evan

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

What is Truth?

(Poem written: September, 27, 2006)

Many people long to know
Universal physical existence
Reasons why we live this life
Destined by reality’s persistence
Everything is complex somehow
Rearranging another question
When will we see that we know nothing
Because our senses cause deception
Theory after theory start contradiction
Who knows what could be the truth
Because what one says is true, one says is false
So we all end in a debate booth
Everything existing in this reality
Is fated to be how they are
Nothing has a divine purpose
And the knowledge to understand is far
We deeply need to understand
Society is living in dreams
They follow beliefs but never the truth
We’ll die deceived it seems
See, the truth to all our knowledge
Can’t be proved to the point it ends
There’s always a question to every answer
That’s something we can’t comprehend
There’s always “why”, “how”, and “what”
Where does your answer go?
Do you think it leads to some kind of truth
Because the answer is “I don’t know”
I’m not suggesting your knowledge is wrong
It’s possible it could be true
But there’s no way to prove it 110 percent
Yes you can say some things do
Technology us but not close to enough
There’s always another discovery to find
Yes some things we know for sure
But most of them are blind
We know the basics that we can see
Or what we can reason in our head
We know the experiences that we’ve had
We know we’ll all turn up to be dead
But what after that is only a theory
Or in my words an answer that satisfies
But satisfaction is far from truth
So that means your living a lie
And the moral ethics society designs
They’re opinions and personal point of views
There’s no official universal right and wrong
We should rather focus on virtues
To tell a man that he is bad
Because he breaks the law
He uses drugs all the time
And his actions may be raw
But that’s just the law maker’s outlook on morality
The law breaker thinks he’s right in his mind
There are no rights nor are there wrongs
Who’s good and bad you cannot find
Try to obtain knowledge and self respect
Two man virtues I suggest to live
Then you’ll not to kill or steal
You’ll live peacefully and forgive

--Evan Levy--

 

 

 

Date:

03/05/2007

Name:

brad

Location:

yuttle

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Its amazing whats going on ere.

 

 

 

Date:

03/01/2007

Name:

S. Pid

Location:

Toronto

Homepage:

None

Comments:

A great site

 

 

 

Date:

02/27/2007

Name:

Magrat

Location:

OC

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome!
Just LOVE the pictures - great locations for shooting book covers / album covers & movies.
Mags.

 

 

 

Date:

02/25/2007

Name:

John

Location:

Vancouver

Homepage:

http://www.northwestwindowwashing.com

Comments:

Cool site dude!

 

 

 

Date:

02/24/2007

Name:

kukuman

Location:

world

Homepage:

http://kukumon.blogspot.com

Comments:

what a great site! I really enjoy your work! Can I ask you a question? do you guys now support RSS feed? don't ever give up you dream.... best of luck!

 

 

 

Date:

02/23/2007

Name:

Nate

Location:

IA

Homepage:

None

Comments:

After reading your site I now realized what an idiot I was for spending two or three nights (mornings?) sneaking around Met Stadium in Bloomington in the early 80's--and not taking any pictures. I don't remember much--other than almost getting caught. About a month after our last visit some nut tried to start a fire and that pretty much ended it.

But the feeling of excitement & exploration was pretty cool. Keep up the good work. Your report on the Hamm's brewery was awesome!

 

 

 

Date:

02/22/2007

Name:

grammakahty

Location:

minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

keep up the great work kids!!!

 

 

 

Date:

02/19/2007

Name:

Dan McHale

Location:

San Francisco

Homepage:

http://36views.moonfruit.com

Comments:

Hey, I've enjoyed looking at your site. It's primarily the section on the Hamm's Brewery that interests me. I'm doing a series of paintings of the Hamm's Brewery which was in San Francisco from 1954 to 1972. It had a giant neon beer glass on top, which was animated--fascinated me when I was a kid, in the 60's . In the late 70's early 80's it was used artist's studios and rehearsal rooms for Punk squatters, I understand. Now it's-- to use your guage of utility-- ruined. That is, it's an office building. Do take a look at my website if you can find a moment between adventures.
Thanks
Dan

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2007

Name:

Ben

Location:

St. Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

yeah... I'd say you guys kick about as much ass as "Ride the Lightning" (Metallica).. which says a lot

I just watched Max's interview on "Drinking with Ian" and it was dope

Quick question... I've heard rumors that mobsters in old st. paul/minneapolis built tunnels from their houses on river road to the shore in case they needed a quick getaway.... have you guys ever stumbled across any of these? if so that would be sweet

stay elusive fellas

"out for my own, out to be free"
-Escape, Ride the Lighning

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2007

Name:

Julie

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.myspace.com/jmluker

Comments:

More! More! More! Need ideas? I drive down Shepard Road everyday from downtown St. Paul toward 35E on my way home from work. A short drive past the Science Museum and next to the train tracks, there is a sweet hole/tunnel/warp-zone in the sandstone-type wall. Check it out.

 

 

 

Date:

02/13/2007

Name:

Ben

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

So here I am surfing the net on a boring Friday afternoon at the office, and once again I find myself looking for some sort of entertainment..... My brother & I are both adventurers at heart, urban, natural, you name it and we'll explore it. Hence I often check out UE sites, yours being the best of course(pics w/ nude chicks woo-hoo!!). Your most recent update about the teapot was a mind reamer.... it literally gave me the goose bumps..... so I can only imagine what it's done to your noodle. Anyhow, I've had some weird experiences in my time, and this story really grabbed my attention and I had to comment.... life's little mysteries sure can be freaky, huh?? That being said, thanks for sharing your story, I'll be passing it around, and if ever I'm in the Twin Cities I might come looking for a tour.

 

 

 

Date:

02/13/2007

Name:

Colin

Location:

Toronto

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site, great fun, great hobby...I hope ya'll keep at it! It's inspiring.

 

 

 

Date:

02/10/2007

Name:

Kelly

Location:

Stillwater, Minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Although, not an urban adventurer myself, me and my dear friend Lisa have gone wandering in our own way. Both of us were lucky enough to have been students in a history class lead by a great teacher for three years. This teacher was known for his stories, especially his ghost stories. Lisa and I drove all over and visited the places where our teacher's stories took place and video-taped our "adventures" - which usually consisted of us walking around and cracking bad jokes. Those were good times.

 

 

 

Date:

02/07/2007

Name:

Dave

Location:

Thailand

Homepage:

http://www.google.com

Comments:

Great fun!

 

 

 

Date:

02/04/2007

Name:

Adrienne

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Really enjoying your site. Keep up the good work! I was reading in "Lost Twin Cities" today and came across a passage about the old speakeasies in the 1880s. Maybe you guys already know about this (it's new to me) but apparently there used to be an underground saloon and bowling alley under St. Paul's west side. It was called the Felsenkeller ("cellar in the rocks") and was carved out of a sandstone cliff below Prospect Terrace near Winslow Ave. Apparently it had a really awesome winding staircase of rock that led to the top of the cliff. Any ideas of whether this is stil around or could be accessed? Sounds amazing.

 

 

 

Date:

02/04/2007

Name:

mike sinclair

Location:

florida

Homepage:

None

Comments:

yo
really really really cool site!!! It must be cool to live in a place with so many old buildings/ruins/drain tunnels. I'm 26 and i love exploring...went to the sunniland mental hospital in tallahassee before they tore it down. It reminded me of some of the things on your site.
keep up the good work!

 

 

 

Date:

01/26/2007

Name:

The Black Rob Dobbs

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Max,
You are my punkrock hero on so many levels. just last night I had a lenghthy coversation with my friend about how things have been associating unintentionally more often as of late and he gave a name to it as the unification theory. then the next day(today) while surfing an unrelated topic- I clicked on a link from landstroms foundry which brought me to your site and after being blown away looking for hours I came accross the crawlspace story and low and behold I think its all connected somehow. When we figure out how and why its all connected I think were gonna be able to Fly w/o machines and walk through walls man. Keep up the good work and if you are ever in AK Id be glad to show you some interesting places namely the abandoned hospital in whittier. I know for a fact that it is haunted and not to mention a tunnel underneath the place ending/begining at a building w/ a door way up the mountain behind the place cheers brother Black Rob

 

 

 

Date:

01/19/2007

Name:

Roxie

Location:

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Homepage:

http://www.myspace.com/deadpossession

Comments:

Wow, you guys are absolutely crazy! I've always dreamed of doing what you guys do... But there really isn't anything interesting to explore in the 'Peg. Especially when you're still a teenager and don't have a car. But your site made me feel so much better! It's like I was exploring with you, in my mind. <3 Thank you!
-Roxie

 

 

 

Date:

01/18/2007

Name:

Roger

Location:

forestville WI

Homepage:

None

Comments:

soo cool u guys like the same things i do!! I used to go through a storm tunnel in manitowoc wi. By the way their is a 1,000,000 sq foot 7 story building that might intrust u guys in the city of manitowoc wi. The old mirro cookware factory in downtown manitowoc wi. I would love to see whats inside that huge building. Its been vacant for a couple of years now it was built from 1910-1915 or so it takes up a city block. If u guys are in the area might be something to check out! Looking foward to more of your cool adventures!! Stay safe.

 

 

 

Date:

01/18/2007

Name:

Anthony

Location:

Phoenix

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I enjoyed your piece on hillcrest bowl. My grandfather was Don Hafner. thank you !!!

 

 

 

Date:

01/17/2007

Name:

tim

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.321chutelibre.com

Comments:

Your site is exactly the kind of sites which make the net surfing so intresting. Very nice site. Please keep updating it.
If you want to jump please come and see me:
www.321chutelibre.com/index.php

 

 

 

Date:

01/06/2007

Name:

Skully

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

oh yeah, there's a freshly abandoned nursing home by my house we should check out. i hear it's haunted....

 

 

 

Date:

01/06/2007

Name:

e.l. hopkins

Location:

Canada

Homepage:

http://www.myspace.com/webshiite

Comments:

Hi Max! You know i loved the teapot story from your 'My Crawlspace,' thank you for sharing it, and i will pass it on! synchroniciTEA :D

 

 

 

Date:

01/05/2007

Name:

Doug Kiesling

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

http://www.WeatherPaparazzi.com

Comments:

Ok, I have to admit that VERY FEW web sites catch my attention for more then 3.5 seconds but I just spent the last 4 hours surfing your site and reading a lot of the stories. I get into some crazy stuff too but nothing like your crew. I do some crazy shit but your crew does it with style. I laughed my ass off at the Ford Plant ending. You guys kick ass!!! Doug

 

 

 

Date:

01/04/2007

Name:

Seeker

Location:

Montreal Canada

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site Max, lots of interesting Pics of Urban decay. If your ever in montreal and looking to see a HUGE, DARK, DECAYED, and seriously impressive building, check out the Dow Brewery ( also known as the o'keef brewery ), or contact me, and myself and my merry band of Urban Adventurers would gladly bring you on a tour. Montreal also has many many abandonments, steam tunnels and other explorables, some decorated by our world famouse graffity artists with amazing " hidden " artworks, so if you travel to explore like some do, then 350 year old montreal should be on your list. Anyways great work. loved the missions, and keep your site going its among the better ones.

Seeker

 

 

 

Date:

01/03/2007

Name:

Dr. Nigel Detrouth

Location:

Sydney, Australia

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Nicely designed site and easy to navigate - thanks!

 

 

 

Date:

01/03/2007

Name:

michael lalonde

Location:

ontario canada

Homepage:

http://www.wdrtax.com

Comments:

me and my wife enjoyed reading this page

 

 

 

Date:

01/02/2007

Name:

Paula

Location:

Mn

Homepage:

http://pomeranianpuppyhealth.blogspot.com

Comments:

The teapot story is unreal! And to think, you're from the great state of MN like my family! Thanks, Paula

 

 

 

Date:

12/29/2006

Name:

Monique

Location:

Toronto-RichmondHill

Homepage:

None

Comments:

interesting morning combing your pics which started out with the story of the teapots! Wow what a way to spend exactly 2.5 hours...

 

 

 

Date:

12/27/2006

Name:

Anon

Location:

root cellar

Homepage:

http://localhost.com

Comments:

Regarding the teapot incident, I think this means that your newer teapot will be traveling back in time sometime in the future and will be left behind in the crawlspace. I'd keep searching for a human scull, because it might be your own, if you travel back in time with it.

 

 

 

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