Newsload Special Correspondent Carrie Anne Stephenson and her team follow Luca Monti, Manager of Community & Corporate Partnerships at 100 Kellogg Lane, into the bowels of the century old factory to discover some surprisingly pee inducing secrets (my words).
On Tuesday, October 25th, we ventured where few in the public have gone before. Into the nether regions of the old Kellogg plant here in London, Ontario.
Read more about the plant in the London Free Press.
It was a spine chilling ordeal - Carrie Anne's idea - as a fun Halloween themed business piece. Well when we got down there it turned into a surprise for all of us. Strange sounds, echoing howls, 'HELP' messages written in dust and visions of severed body parts. We made it out of course, but I can't help but to think of all those who may not of. Some people just love cereal too much. Take it from me this isn't your grandfather's breakfast plant anymore.
Our guide through these dark halls was Luca Monti. A fine fellow with great taste in clothes, he was hesitant to take us in at first, having also heard the tales, but this dude takes his job seriously so he agreed and lead us down into it.
I won't spoil what we found and how we made it out alive - watch the video for that - but let's just say there was some nervous laughs, some visions and then some serious running away from crazy shit. Nuff said.
Thank you Luca for the tour. I'm never doing it again.