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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

 

Back to the underground

Every once in a while, a post on this blog garners an email. Usually, it's someone looking for information on the Shanghai tunnels. I wasn't able to help out the author of this latest inquiry but I decided to post it here in case anyone else can. If the advice offered involves trespassing and/or breaking el law, I'm pretty sure I can't be held responsible. Right, Dan (or Dave, if he's out there reading this)?

Here's the email. Feel free to pass along any info to the author in the comments section at the bottom of this post:

Hope this reaches Laura~

I have been doing some hunting on line for the past few weeks, trying to find out if anyone knows a way into the tunnels without having to do the stereotypical "guided tour."

Been there-done that. I kept coming across your blogs though. There is one in particular where you mention you know of an unlocked access point. I was hoping you wouldn't mind sharing this location with me.

My brother and I would really like to go check out the tunnels some night by ourselves and get scared to death!

Thank you so much.


At one point, I was convinced that the entrance outside of Hobo's in Old Town was unlocked. I never mustered up the courage to head back there in the middle of the night to check though. If it wasn't locked back then, I'm sure it is now.

Careful down there, everybody. Thar's ghosts in them thar tunnels. On the other hand though, maybe not.

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