The little red book of urbex

14
February 2020

Don't be fooled by it, but under fun and restful surroundings, urbex requires in-depth knowledge of a number of rules and best practices. Which makes it a fairly elitist activity, anyone (like you) is not able to enter the very closed circle of first-class urban explorers (of which I am one, of course).

On this page, I will expose you all I know on the subject, while trying to popularize as much as possible, considering your lamentable intellectual level.
I know, I'm too generous but you can still thank me (and practicing a sacrifice on my behalf, it doesn't cost anything).

I'm going to split this little guide into four parts, just to not tire your few neurons too quickly :

  1. Research and preparation
  2. Takeaway bazaar
  3. During the exploration
  4. The glorification
  5. Conclusions


I. Research and preparation

You are a beginner and obviously you have no address.
I have the solution !


II. Takeaway bazaar

Is your shitty expedition well prepared ? Perfect !
Haven't you forgotten anything ? Check out my checklist created just for you !

Now a list of what to ban, unless if you want to get in trouble or sound like a big asshole.

Have your preparation and checklist been validated by the high authorities of urbex (that is to say me) ?
On the road again !


III. During the exploration


IV. After exploration, the quest for glory


V. Conclusions

Obviously, this text is to be taken in the second-degree humor. Though...
Keep in mind the following :

So that you can print and take this excellent guide with you everywhere, I deliver it to you for download :



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