Oct 132014
 
Gallery: Glen Gardner Sanitarium

This post is just a photo gallery because I couldn’t give any less fucks about this place. Here’s a brief history: Originally called by the prosaic name of the New Jersey Sanitarium for Tuberculosis Diseases, it eventually became the Glen Gardner Sanitarium, and lastly, Hagedorn Psychiatric Hospital. It opened in 1907 to treat tuberculosis before branching out to other diseases, briefly leading the name change of the New Jersey Hospital for Chest Diseases. In 1977 [...read more...]

 10/13/2014  ALL POSTS, asylums/hospitals
Sep 302014
 
Belton Court

Before I get into this, I need to cover two things. First: I’d just like to remind you, kind readers, that I do not give out location and trespassing information to people I do not know or who are not experienced explorers. I’m not withholding information out of a superiority complex, or just to be a dick, it’s for your own safety and my liability. Recently, I’ve gotten a number of emails requesting info, and [...read more...]

Sep 122014
 
SPX- signing hours and stuff for sale

Correction: My signing/selling hours at SPX are thus: Saturday 2-5 at the Atomic Books table, 5-7 at Koyama Press. Sunday 12-2 at Atomic Books.  Some business stuff to take care of, so bear with me: Museum of Mistakes: the Fart Party Collection debuts this weekend at SPX in Baltimore! I’ll be at the Atomic Books table Saturday around noon-4, then at the Koyama Press table from 5-7. I’m not sure what my hours at Atomic Books [...read more...]

 09/12/2014  ALL POSTS, news/events/random
Aug 282014
 
Found #8: the Bones Edition

Time for another addition of Found Things! As always, many of these images and captions are taken directly from my Instagram, so my apologies if you already follow me and have seen these. This is the “Bones Edition” of Found Things, which is a photographic collection of bones and dead things I’ve found in various asylums, hotels and houses over the course of many years. These are from all different places, and I will not reveal the [...read more...]

 08/28/2014  found things
Aug 132014
 
New Jersey Water Works

This is a quick post, since there’s not a whole lot to say about this water factory, unless you feel the need to make a bunch of jokes about how water is made. But we all know that water is created when you sin and make God sad and then he cries and his tears are rain that falls to earth where we collect, sanitize and drink it, then pee it out, sanitize it again [...read more...]

 08/13/2014  ALL POSTS, factories/plants
Aug 052014
 
SIM Hospital

Disclaimer: The hospital discussed in this post will be referred to under the pseudonym “SIM hospital.” I do this only rarely, when a location is on active grounds and/or fairly unexplored/unknown, as I don’t want to be responsible for vandals and scrappers finding an undisturbed place and going all Carrie Nation in there and and ruining it for everyone. The SIM hospital was constructed in the 1830’s, on some island near a city in one [...read more...]

 08/05/2014  ALL POSTS, asylums/hospitals
Jul 282014
 
Found #7

Time for another addition of Found Things! As always, many of these images and captions are taken directly from my Instagram, so my apologies if you already follow me and have seen these.  But first- listen to Mike Dawson and me talk about Roz Chast’s Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? and Joe Matt’s Spent on the latest TCJ Talkies podcast. I’m also still selling pre-orders for Museum of Mistakes: The Fart Party Collection, coming out this September!   Plate prints from [...read more...]

 07/28/2014  ALL POSTS, found things
Jul 072014
 
PRINT SALE

All photography prints are $7 off in my Etsy store for a limited time. That is all. _______ If you’d like to contribute to my exploring/research efforts, please consider donating or purchasing something from me in my Etsy store. Any and all support is much appreciated.    SHARE

 07/07/2014  ALL POSTS, news/events/random