Infiltration

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'''Infiltration''' is a Toronto-based zine about urban exploration. It features first-person accounts of observational (not vandalistic) visits to "off-limits" areas, including abandoned buildings and steam tunnels. It has been consistently popular through its run; its success spawned the book ''Access All Areas''.
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'''Infiltration''', "the zine about going places you're not supposed to go," was a Toronto-based zine about urban exploration. It featured first-person accounts of observational (not vandalistic) visits to "off-limits" areas, including abandoned buildings and steam tunnels. It was been consistently popular through its run; its success spawned the book ''Access All Areas''.
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Until 2005, the print version of ''Infiltration'' was published, edited, and largely written by [[Jeff Chapman|"Ninjalicious"]]. The official website now describes the zine's future as "uncertain" and no longer offers subscriptions.
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Until 2005, the print version of ''Infiltration'' was published, edited, and largely written by [[Jeff Chapman|"Ninjalicious"]]; he published 25 issues. August 23, 2005 the publisher died from a terminal illness he had been battling for several months.
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The print zine is not longer being published, but the official website is still being updated and has a lively forum centered around urban exploration.
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Revision as of 22:39, 21 July 2006

Infiltration, "the zine about going places you're not supposed to go," was a Toronto-based zine about urban exploration. It featured first-person accounts of observational (not vandalistic) visits to "off-limits" areas, including abandoned buildings and steam tunnels. It was been consistently popular through its run; its success spawned the book Access All Areas.

Until 2005, the print version of Infiltration was published, edited, and largely written by "Ninjalicious"; he published 25 issues. August 23, 2005 the publisher died from a terminal illness he had been battling for several months.

The print zine is not longer being published, but the official website is still being updated and has a lively forum centered around urban exploration.

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