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post #1591 of 3503 Old 10-05-2009, 04:40 AM
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He honestly just described Big Foot.
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post #1592 of 3503 Old 10-06-2009, 10:43 PM
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i freggin love this thread, very intresting

about 2 years ago me and a few freinds were in a xj just messing around on this very easy wheeling spot we go too, less than 500 feet off an extremely busy road, well we noticed a car back there but didnt pay much attention to it, 2 days later on the news there was a report of 2 kids found dead in a car and they showed that car where we last seen it...kinda freaky they said expected to be dead for 2 day knowing we were just there....all this 2 stuff lol but i swear on the story....and many occurences of old log cabins and cars from farms and stuff
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i freggin love this thread, very intresting

about 2 years ago me and a few freinds were in a xj just messing around on this very easy wheeling spot we go too, less than 500 feet off an extremely busy road, well we noticed a car back there but didnt pay much attention to it, 2 days later on the news there was a report of 2 kids found dead in a car and they showed that car where we last seen it...kinda freaky they said expected to be dead for 2 day knowing we were just there....all this 2 stuff lol but i swear on the story....and many occurences of old log cabins and cars from farms and stuff
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post #1594 of 3503 Old 10-06-2009, 11:10 PM
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Went fourwheeling one night when I was in highschool. Around 99 or 2000. Doing some night wheeling, and decided to stop and make camp. We were all sitting around the fire talking, when we started hearing what sound like a baby crying waaaay off in the distance. Could just barely hear it, but we all got alittle spooked hearing this baby crying way out in gods country. Honestly, we didn't know what to do. Commen sense told us a baby wouldn't be out in the boonies screaming its head off, miles away from anything. We debated on trekking through the woods to find it, when all of a sudden it just stopped.

It was eerie how quite it had suddenly became, i guess because we were all concentrating on that baby crying when it stopped the silence was deafning.

So we stood around for alittle while still trying to figure out what was going on, when suddenly we started hearing what sounded like a woman screaming her head off. We just thought the baby crying was spooky, i swear to you, it sounded like a woman screaming bloody murder. We all froze. The hairs on the back of my neck stand up just thinking about it. The way the sound carried and echoed off the ridges, we didn't know what direction it was coming from. Only thing we knew at the time was a baby had been screaming somewhere, and now a woman was screaming her head off close to us.

We got the heck out of dodge, went straight to a 24/hour store and called the police. The officer showed up and we explained to him what happened and he said it was a panther. He had no doubt in his mind, said he had seen one or two in that area before while deer hunting. That was my first, and hopefully last encounter with a panther.
heres another and i got more

sorry for the late post, but this has happend to me while hunting and i was in a tree stand and was really early with no lights so i was scared to come down, then it walked under my stand making that noise(like a girl with her throat cut) for about a half hour till it go light enough i could make it out...it turns out its like their mating call or something...extremely freaky if you dont know what it is
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post #1595 of 3503 Old 10-07-2009, 02:35 PM
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Awesome tales you guy's too bad im stuck over here in the uk no chance for adventure like that here!

keep them coming best thread ever
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Found a abandoned old FJ40 Landcruiser in the woods once, it was all rusty and people that traveled that old trail had nabbed most of the good parts off of it. It looked like it had gotten stuck there and the folks that were driving it just walked away and left it there to rot. That was on one of the old logging trails I found.
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post #1597 of 3503 Old 10-09-2009, 02:58 PM
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found a license plate from 1967 that read 41K-666. Parents said it was a Devil Plate and I needed to get rid of it lol

Weird stuff happened to my cherokee when I had it in the back seat.....so i tossed it.

Found the plate in an old quarry.

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post #1598 of 3503 Old 10-10-2009, 12:00 AM
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back before the army, i lived in houston tx. we did alot of urban exploration, mostly without vehicles... like the gilleys arena in pasadena, various abandoned buildings and warehouses, etc.

up here in nny theres a few places here and there to go do some exploring, but i dont, mostly because im in the military and dont want to deal with the army freaking out because im tresspassing somewhere.

anyways, so i found out about this place a while back... and god i want to check it out so bad!

its this abandoned island in PA, where they built a huge housing development. for some reason the bridge to it burned down, and they just evacuated the whole place one day. theres still a bunch of houses full of junk, cars, etc... all on the island. i cant remember the name.


anyways, for those who are interested in UA, check out <link removed>

one of the best threads there is just like the one your reading now. whats the coolest thing youve found while exploring.

crazy stuff. everything from hobo porno shrines to body parts. pics included. check it out!

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I looked on google for alittle bit, but couldn't find the abandoned town your talking about. If you think of it, post a link.... sounds pretty cool.

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I just found a ZJ rear bumper in the middle of nowhere.

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shoulda posted this thread in the picture request forum! maybe their woulda been more pics posted...hmmm
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back before the army, i lived in houston tx. we did alot of urban exploration, mostly without vehicles... like the gilleys arena in pasadena, various abandoned buildings and warehouses, etc.

up here in nny theres a few places here and there to go do some exploring, but i dont, mostly because im in the military and dont want to deal with the army freaking out because im tresspassing somewhere.

anyways, so i found out about this place a while back... and god i want to check it out so bad!

its this abandoned island in PA, where they built a huge housing development. for some reason the bridge to it burned down, and they just evacuated the whole place one day. theres still a bunch of houses full of junk, cars, etc... all on the island. i cant remember the name.


anyways, for those who are interested in UA, check out <link removed>

one of the best threads there is just like the one your reading now. whats the coolest thing youve found while exploring.

crazy stuff. everything from hobo porno shrines to body parts. pics included. check it out!

<link removed>

Dude, thats the "love canal"......I wouldn't go there if I was you........
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dude this is an awesome thread.
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Dude, thats the "love canal"......I wouldn't go there if I was you........
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he said PA though not NY.

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ive been reading this thread every few days since i got to iraq, passes the time. i finaly regestered so i could share some of my stories. ill stop back later tonite and add some.
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