New Locations:


Be sure to watch Channel 3's 'Live on Lakeside' today at 11:00. I'll be on talking about urban exploration. And check out some of the prints that I have for sale.


The Cleveland Scene featured us in a nice write up and slideshow. Check it out here

Also, all those long awaited new locations are on their way, along with an entirely new layout. It'll be the 3rd version of the site and will be a complete renovation.


Lots of updates coming soon. Until then be sure to check us out on the new Facebook page.


We now have 40 new locations to add to the site. I'll be adding them over a period of a couple months depending on how much time I can find to work on it. Until then browse the site, and check out some affordable prints that I have for sale.


Getting ready to add twenty-eight new locations to the site. I know it's been a long time since the last update, but by now I'm sure you're used to it. I wish I had the time and the discipline to update the site on a regular basis but I don't, so deal with it. I'm also hoping to do some filming in the next few weeks so that we can add more videos to our YouTube channel. So watch for a major update in the next week or so. It's going to be a daunting task but I'm going to get started on it right now.


Over two Years since I last did anything with this site. I appologize for my laziness. We've all been so busy and updating a flickr is a lot easier and less time consumming than updating a website. Now that I've finished the new design, I am going to do my best to keep the site updated and properly maintained.

Not only do we have a new website design, but lots and lots of new locations as well. With plenty more on the way. We have also updated almost all of our galleries with new photos. A lot has changed and we've worked hard to put together an informative, entertaining, and also easily navigated site to showcase what we love. Hope you enjoy.

P.S. If you find any broken links or any other sort of error on the site please Email us and let us know.


Well we started working on the new site again after a couple year hiatus. We have lots of work to do to finish up the new design and add all of the new locations. We hope to have it up soon, and I mean that this time.


I thought I would make an update just to let everyone know that we're still around. We've all been very busy these past several months and exploring has unfortunately been placed on the backburner. We do have some new locations which we will be adding soon. You might also have noticed that we added a couple videos. One for the Quincy Building and another for Warner & Swasey. We hope to continue to add videos to our site, though my video camera was stolen out of my car a few weeks ago, so it may be some time before we can make some new ones.


Sorry about having to take the site offline for a couple days, we've been working very hard on making the page better for everyone. So now everything should load faster and smoother. We're still working on a few new things so you'll have to be patient with us. We also added these six new buildings.

Brown Graves Lumber II
Copley Hydroponics Plant
The Quincy Building
Whisky Island Coast Guard Station
The Sinking House
The Trinity Building

We'd also like to say hello to our new friends from Stow, who have been helping us out lately.


Merry Christmas Eve everyone! We finally made it out to the abandoned coast guard station on Lake Erie. Pictures from there and a few other locations to come soon. We also made it back to Columbus Coated Fabrics to check out a few of the areas that we hadnt gotten into previously. Oh, and we gave Tim his digital camera.


Finally, an update! It's been a long time comming but we finally got around to adding some new buildings to the site. We added Kase Machine, The Fairmont Creamery, Stanard School, and one that we know next to nothing about so for now we're just referring to it as the Youngstown Building.

More buildings and also a new tunnel to be added soon. Please keep comming back.


Today we went back to the Oreo Building and this time we actually got to eat oreos and milk inside. The first time we went we got too excited about exploring that amazing building and forgot all about eating the oreos that we had brought. It was a great experience, eating oreos with a group of friends, in an abandoned builing. I would do it again in a heartbeat.

We also added two more buildings today, the Eveready Battery Factory, and the Warner and Swasey Company. Both very interesting buildings.


Just added The M. Burkhardt Brewing Co. Building. Plus we have two other buildings to add whenever we get a little more time. So keep checking back.


We added 4 new places:

Chippewa Lake Park, Toilet House, Oreo Building, and East 55th Clinic