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i wan to start exploring abandoned buildings both legally and safely. What should i bring/ wear, i was thinking of getting a hazmat suit. Any other advice?

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I know in my area there are a lot of abandoned buildings but they aren't safe to be in. My first suggestion would be to do you searches carefully with accurate info on the condition of the building. Here we just this fall had an old brewery fall partially down on its own. Stay safe.

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I haven't done it, but did look into it a while back.  There's groups dedicated to that around here....and in most cities, I'd imagine.  Check meetup.com...and google urban exploration for your area

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Back in the day I liked to explore very old, abandoned farm

houses, including one that was probably ready at any moment

to collapse. Ah the dumb things I did as a lad...

 

But advice above is good, find others, and be safe!

 

Now someone should organize a BR trip to Chernobyl! We could

hire Jeremy Wade as our day-time guide and fish during the day, 

then have the Ghost Hunters team guide us for night time building

exploration, LOL.

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I was on a hike way back in the NC mountains and came to an old house at the "head of the holler " I didn't go in but wanted to. Looked like the perfect set for one of those backwoods horror movies .It looked like a little breeze would finish it off. Got pics on an old phone. If I can I'll post it later.

Be safe out there.

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Review & Update your Health & Life Insurance Policies. 

A-Jay

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39 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

Review & Update your Health & Life Insurance Policies. 

A-Jay

And get a good defense lawyer, maybe a hard hat.

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Glad I am not the only one that thinks this isn't a good idea.

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My job has regularly taken me to hundreds of "abandoned" buildings, houses, farms, etc.  Just because it's abandoned doesn't mean it's fair game.  Get yourself seriously injured or god forbid killed in one and the lawsuits will be flying.  If there are "caretakers" <_< there and they didn't have you sign a release, then they are just as responsible if something happens to you while on the premisis.  Who puts a caretaker at an abandoned building anyway?  Nonetheless someone owns that property and unless you have been granted permission, you are trespassing.  You want to look for relics be like Frank and Mike on American Pickers.  Do not sneak into abandoned buildings without consent.  

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