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  1. Maybe you remember about this villa (2013 - 2014) in Belgium. I'm pretty sure you saw pics with the "skeleton skull". (Source : http://www.spiritofdecay.com) Ok, so the place is pretty messy When we visited it. The neightborhood was very suspicious about urbexers. I barely knew the context of this house and the stories behind. To be honest, it was the most unpleasant visit ever. The facts : - He was a priest or something like that. - There is a lot of pictures of young boys everywhere on the floor (SFW : http://eluna-side.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/5/7/10571795/8974664_orig.jpg) - There is a loooot of toys. PICTURE BY ELUNA-SIDE - The people say that the priest was friend with some "famous" pedophiles in Belgium. Testimonials : "I'm used to write a text that summarizes a bit the situation of my photos. Here for once I'll make an exception. There is a lot to say with what we saw on this place (not photographed) and to discuss, but out of respect for this occupant deceased in 2010 I can say nothing." http://eluna-side.weebly.com/haus-des-pfarrers-be.html "At the sight of the fully-fledged play areas, the many German writings, the pictures from all over the world (at the time of the visit there were about 500 ~ slides on site), the innumerable mattresses and the other, strange compositions Picture of this place. Was it a meeting place? A radically Catholic cult of sects? There is also some evidence, including the one or other slogans against Islam, or other world religions (as well as the war reserves of powdery potatoes). Just as surprising were the pictures of young men in short jeans pants, or even swimwear. Catholic priest in Belgium. Jupp. 10 Eur in the clichés... Rarely do I feel as uncomfortable as there." (Google traduction) - http://www.drull.net/?p=1618 So, someone has visited this place ? Or maybe you know the story behind that ? Maybe someone who speak german can help me with that ? Thanks for reading.
  2. Hey Everyone, I just want to share with you my experience with a "SJ4000 Camera sport". I was thinking about taking a Gopro for filming but i was broke. I just found this camera on Ebay. So i made quick searches about it... Not really convinced, but my trip came really fast. 50€ / 44 GBP. It looks like this. With so muuuch accessories, and a second battery ! I used in my last trip in Italy, and i'm pretty happy with that ! I recommand it ! This is not a promotion form, i was juste broke and i was looking for something cheap to film. Previews, i can export some videos if you want : Pro : - Lot of equipements, two batteries ! - Cheap camera for a good image quality. - The screen behind the camera !! Cons : - Sometimes the camera reset to the defaut settings when you turn it off. So you got an ugly timestamp on it, and the camera is making weird sounds when you turn it off/on. Not so quiet. - You need to use the camera to charge the batteries. - Wifi would be awesome to have a preview on your phone. But it seems that the new version got it. You can check it on EBAY !
  3. Sure ! Even more of them... Thanks Lara ! Thanks Hamtagger !
  4. My hometown is very particular. It's not a big city and its kind of lost between bigger ones. But at least, we have a famous car race who happens every year here. ... and a giant train depot ! "TGV (French: Train à Grande Vitesse, "high-speed train") is France's intercity high-speed rail service, operated by SNCF, the national rail operator. A TGV test train set the record for the fastest wheeled train, reaching 574.8 km/h (357.2 mph) on 3 April 2007. In mid-2011, scheduled TGV trains operated at the highest speeds in conventional train service in the world, regularly reaching 320 km/h (200 mph) on the LGV Est, LGV Rhin-Rhône, and LGV Méditerranée. Following the inaugural service between Paris and Lyon in 1981 on the LGV Sud-Est ("LGV") (French: Ligne à Grande Vitesse, high-speed line), the network, centred on Paris, has expanded to connect main cities across France and in adjacent countries on combinations of high-speed and conventional lines."
  5. Thanks Andy I didn't had the time to visit the old trains...
  6. This place is really close to me. But it seems to be locked with an alarm.
  7. This big complex closed down in 2006, with almost 3500 seats in 15 différents cinema room. Now it's a 21,515 square meters ghost town. The building is in poor condition. The business was managed by a Chinese billionaire. But he had some troubles with the justice and has few years in jail. Inside, the temperature was around 40 degrees. And unfortunately the cops caught us, before we visited the whole area.
  8. Ahah ! I was thinking about Dead Rising game ! Thanks a lot ! The place was trashed, easy to acess.. So we felt a bit inconfortable.
  9. It's always a great experience for an explorer like us, to visit places that we previously knew. This hotel is not really far away from where i live. When i was young, we usually went here on the lasts sundays of autumn for a walk... Surroundings are really beautiful and this small town is really charming. In the middle of it, this massive and luxiourious hotel / restaurant. Time flies, and this place getting really outdated... This place is now closed for 3 years, but we saw inside that he will be open again in few months. Enjoy !
  10. Villa Spar is a modern architecture abandoned villa. Contemporary design and minimalist elements found here. Mix of wood, glass, stone and marble in a rather empty spot with an amazing swimming pool and an imposing living room ! The pictures are taken from two different visits, in the same year. One of my favorite places ever !! For now, the place is destructed.
  11. Sadly... Maybe if you search something on the other reports.
  12. Thanks a lot ! Will do the same for the future posts. Thanks a lot!
  13. This school was build in the 17th century, during the reign of Napoleon III. Located in a beautiful park of 15 000m2, with some old majestic trees. During his two century of existance, 20 000 schoolers studied here. For a longtime, It was Considered like the greatest school in the region. The college was closed ten years ago. And a part of the site was bought for a youth rehabilitation device. For the biggest part, all the doors are closed and the windows sealed. We didn't saw the most interesting stuff like the neo-gothic chapel. This place has a huge potential, we definitely have to come and try again. The "non-urbex" pictures, mostly archives, make us drool with envy. The other buildings around Inside the main building
  14. Always the same with the residential stuff... Really hard to get informations about it. My pleasure ! I love this place.
  15. I think its because of the bats inside the building... Not sure about it. I was here a bit too late... It's really a small one... Give me a shout when you are in France
  16. Build in the late 80's, "The Hopital Batman" is lost in the middle of the french campaign... Due to a huge deficit - 5 millions euros -, this reeducation center was closed in 2009. It was suppose to be renovated and to create a extension of 70 beds. All the employes and the patients was moved in another hospital in a bigger town.
  17. Yes, still so much things to explore inside... Thanks Urbexbandoned !
  18. Thanks a lot Lenston ! Great forum and design by the way ! Thanks a lot ! I will post some recent stuff. I'm working on my first "Urbex Documentary" for now... Lot of time... I'm working with some musicians for the music, gotta write and record my voice... but i need to finish editing first. Thanks Andy !