Drunk Vandals or Intrepid Explorers?

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So were the people who tragically died trapped in a stormwater drain in Lurline Bay members of the underground exploration group the Sydney Cave Clan? I’m not sure they were given their appalling preparation and lack of adherence to basic safety measures. It’s more likely they members of a related community of graffiti enthusiasts. But it’s clear they knew members of the Cave Clan. They mixed in the same circles. But what is this shadowy group of intrepid underground explorers called the Cave Clan? I’ve spoken anonymously to a number of Cave Clam members this week and I was lucky enough to get an exclusive interview with a member, who goes by the Nom de Plume Silogen, and hear more about their fascinating sub culture. So come and take a brief trip with me into the dimly lit world of these tunnel rats.


P.S. If anyone knows more about the Cave Clan and would like an anonymous chat so I can get my facts as straight as possible, please email me on tbrunero@mrn.com.au or call me in business hours on (02) 8570 0000.

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8 Responses to “Drunk Vandals or Intrepid Explorers?”

  1. anon Says:

    dunno where you get your info from but they were not and never were Caveclan member

  2. Jim Says:

    You are WRONG. Please correct your story or risk a law suit.
    The guy who died is known as Banish (graffiti name), & the girl was called Flaps (real name Holly), they were both friends of the survivor named Mik (a.k.a Plan) who owns a spray paint shop in Newtown.
    They have never been associated with the Cave Clan in any way.

  3. Todd Says:

    Link isn’t working, man.

  4. Tim Says:

    Sorry about that Todd – it is now.

  5. Tim Says:

    Jim I’ve ameneded the story as I’ve learnt more – is it right now?

  6. Tim Says:

    I’d love to have a yak with anyone to get this story as straight as possible. I’ve been researching this area for years and I still find it hard to get good word of mouth info. If you could give me a few pointers. More than happpy for it to be off the record. My email is tbrunero@mrn.com.au I can also contacted in work hours at 9570 0000. Just ask for Tim Brunero.

  7. Tim Says:

    Oh by the way that’s a Sydney number – it would be 02 8570 0000.

  8. Tim Says:

    Just ask for Tim Brunero.

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