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Urban Decay-Abandoned Irem Temple

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This week my friend and I took a look around an abandoned Irem Temple.  It snowed the night before, so we were glad to be  doing in indoor exploration.  BUT... when we arrived, there were foot prints leading into the entry point...two sets of footprints.  When we arrived at the POI, the prints went in, and did not come out.  There is only one POI at this location.  Turns out it was a couple from Long Island doing the same thing we were doing.  We avoided each other, making sure not to get into each others way.  Also.... No one fell through any floors on this adventure. 

 

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We were glad to find only other explorers inside.  There is evidence that someone was recently living upstairs.  And yes... they used the restroom in the living area and it was bad. 

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Watched this before you posted here, have yours and Bob's youtube channels linked in bookmarks toolbar.

Great video, place looked huge, well, alot bigger than it did from the outside.

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Just now, wimc said:

Watched this before you posted here, have yours and Bob's youtube channels linked in bookmarks toolbar.

Great video, place looked huge, well, alot bigger than it did from the outside.

The place just kept going.  We were getting ready to leave and we realized we didn't walk to the back of the basement, then we found the two floor room with the lockers, and the boiler room sub-basement.  It just never ended.  It was crazy.  

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