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  1. Hey Everyone! Welcome to my very first Urbex..! My group and I went to these houses south of Atlanta that have been abandoned for a few years now. Unfortunately, they are going to be torn down soon, so anyone who may want to visit them, DM me ASAP! Anyway, The first house we went to was just empty and peaceful. The second house, not so much... We found graffiti telling us to leave; we should have listened. We stepped into the garage of the house and saw blood on the floor, and drag marks leading to the attic. Not wanting to see a dead body, we left. We're planning on going back to the attic soon in daylight. The third house was almost worse. We found some evidence that a serious crime may have happened there, as well as a swastika and a Confederate flag. We left without exploring too much of that house. On our way out, one of my friends looked back at the top floor of the house and saw someone in the window. We left quickly. I hope you guys like the pictures, some of them may be NSFW, the swastika. Otherwise, have a great day everyone! Be safe! Link to Google Drive with all pictures: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/12y4aEjooNREuzS5ZMrjztkwrx2gIiinc
  2. Those of you awesome enough to have me on Facebook will know the reason I've been absent from the forum for the best part of two months is I've been gallivanting around a sizeable portion of America taking in all sorts of many and varied things, both tourist and of course urbex...well I returned today! My very first explores in the land of the free weren't what you'd call 'classy', I stayed with a good friend of mine in Maryland for the first few days and on an outing to try and find some cars abandoned in the woods (which ultimately proved fruitless as the land was cleared and a house built on it) we made note of a couple of abandoned houses spotted along the way. I was totally unprepared for an 'inside' urbex lacking both my tripod and torch but I couldn't refuse my first taste of urbex in America, however small. The first house was very dark, stripped and a bit ruined but the second find was much more interesting. Over the next week or so hopefully I will get all 20 locations I explored up in some form or other The stereotypical 'haunted house' look... There appeared to be a swimming pool in the back yard, somewhere! The attic was the highlight, instantly reminding me of the 'hazard cell' at Deva Asylum. After exhausting that house we retraced our route towards a house which on the face of it looked like it wouldn't be much cop at all due to the state of the outside, but I really liked it here, it was a little unexpected gem! What appeared to have happened is the upper floor had a renovation started, but then stopped and at some point after that pikeys got in and ripped all the pipes out leading to massive water damage through about half the house. More from the first one here and second one here. Loads more to come from my USA trip so keep your eyes peeled for some amazing locations I visited soon
  3. I'd seen this place through the trees when driving by. I went to check if it was abandoned. I think it was a farm originally, then turned into auto shop/garage/towing or something similar. Several sheds farm style 159 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr Walking up to the main house 162 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 187 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr Lots of cars outside 172 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 174 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 175 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 180 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 201 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 202 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 212 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 220 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 230 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 240 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 246 (2)12 (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 251 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr Kind of difficult to get good photos of the cars because of growth and them cramped together. Especially of this fella. 259 (2)1 (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 253 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 273 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 276 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 285 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 304 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 310 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 321 (2)12 (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 324 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr
  4. Hi guys, as some of you might now I am a volunteer worker at Drakelow so I thought I would give you the information first along our volunteers press release. On a personal note I am absolutely gutted, there are so many good people who have given up a lot of their own time, money and resources to help restore this historical site. Just as the possibility of getting the museum open was coming into grasp it feels like it might all be taken away by this news. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-25124814http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-25124814 Drakelow Tunnels Volunteers Press Release: Thanks for reading
  5. Because I don't want to clog up the forums with a shedload of topics here is a big bumper pack.... Maison du Grand Georges Tapioca Farm Maison Boon - we had a very extreme encounter with the local farmer here, armed with a big stick and a wife who let the tyres down on our car. My advice, give this place a wide berth it's not worth getting killed over a derelict house. Villa Onder Ons Chateau Rochendaal Villa Albanaise Tree Mansion
  6. Ok i was in Manchester looking at these (coz im a geek apparently ) http://ancoatspeeps.com/?p=home 1. 2. 3. Now, in the same area is this..... 4. which ive wanted to see for some years .....so i go on a mooch ,see the front door is open , pop my head inside and see a guy in a suit talking to two more guys in suits.....erm erm can i take some photos ...to cut along story short ..yes..was the answer 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. All reet back to the Slate Visited with M+M , a great explore a little cheezy but hey hoe a mixture of industry and rural 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. NO ENTRY TO PUBLIC.........really dsnt enter my head and after seeing a sign saying this made me all the more determined to get under or over the fence ....breath in move forward breath out and entry is acquired....this had to be the most stunning part of the quarry, check this out .............. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Thanks for looking Oldskool
  7. First solo expedition to a couple of houses that have been empty for a few years now. Apparently there was talk about converting the land theyre sitting on into a luxury golf complex but due to costs and planning permissions its unlikely... Still relatively new to all this so any pointers or suggestions would be welcome... Cheers...
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