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  1. Hi Exploreforums, I hope everyone is good and well! Now, we are trying to get active again and came back with a brand new episode! Today we are exploring a crazy, cool abandoned college or school we found (also found that it was a church once). There was a freaking beehive literally above my head in one of the rooms and tons of stuff still leftover. This was a beautiful place indeed and would go back! We appreciate any support you give us by Subscribing, following, etc. Thank you all and follow us along for the next episode! Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas for all of our Explorations, updates, and extras. We would appreciate the support! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYStq1BMysE Any comments and feedback are greatly welcomed. Thanks for reading!
  2. I am semi-active again now and @Forgotten_Productions! ... my YouTube channel link is below so tell me if you subbed and I will sub back bro, aswell as for anyone else! Thanks guys/gals! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA
  3. Exploring an abandoned granite facility and warehouse where it looks like they used to do the cutting and processing there. We also found the logbook/recordbook of all orders done there and employee information (not showing to protect their privacy). I hope you enjoy the episode and will appreciate the Sub for support! Take care explorers! Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas for all of our Explorations, updates, and extras. We would appreciate the support! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBz6ch445OA Any comments and feedback are greatly welcomed. Thanks for reading!
  4. Thanks man, I try my best to keep them interesting and I subbed back to you bro.
  5. Exploring an Abandoned farmland with tons of abandoned places, like the dance hall, cabins, kitchen. This place had it all and to top it off, the view was incredible (at the end) where we could see everything on top of the mountain. I hope everyone enjoys the episode and will appreciate the Sub for support! Take care explorers! Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas for all of our Explorations, updates, and extras. We would appreciate the support! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HED-w6b4MtQ Any comments and feedback are greatly welcomed. Thanks for reading!
  6. Hey fellow explorers! Exploring an Abandoned water plant with some "cool" looking views to go along with it. This place was HIGHLY dangerous due to the "Death Drop" from the 2nd floor. Happy New Years guys/gals and ready to begin 2018 with new explores and adventures! I tried really hard to get this in before 2018 so excuse any mishaps you might see. Subscribe to us from Texas for all of our updates and support! Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas for all of our Explorations, updates, and extras. We would appreciate the support! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZaxTktiwmg Any comments and feedback are greatly welcomed. Thanks for reading!
  7. Interesting channel there. I have subscribed to your channel there, hoping for a subscribe back! Thanks! Our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA
  8. Exploring an Abandoned Restaurant

    Exploring a once popular restaurant in San Antonio, TX. This used to be the "hangout" for when sporting games use to happen, such as Basketball games, Baseball, volleyball, etc. Also, there is a volleyball courtyard! It would mean alot if you subscribed to us to support our explorations. Thanks. Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas, it would mean alot to us for your support! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umANxJmDt6Y Any comments and feedback are more than welcomed. Thank you for reading!
  9. Exploring a Haunted Mansion (Past Murder) (Team member gets ATTACKED! & My camera gets tampered with!)

    Yeah, sorry about that. I had no external mic and I just bought one two days ago, so hopefully the volume will be better with a actual microphone now instead of the built-in one, I am hoping you will be able to hear me alot better. Thanks for the feedback bro! Appreciate it!
  10. Hello on this episode! We are exploring a Haunted mansion. Me and one of my team members felt very uncomfortable when we were inside here, it felt heavy in terms of breathing. Long story short, one of my friends got attacked (scratched) and I picked up some tampering from an unknown presence. There was also a unsolved murder here if that contributes to anything of this place being haunted. Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas, it would greatly mean alot to us for your support! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grAz3FdutZ8 Any comments and feedback are more than welcomed. Thank you for reading.
  11. Abandoned School with Creepy Clowns [Texas]

    Hey everyone. This school housed elementary kids and maybe all the way up through middle school, this place was a really fun place to explore, aswell as some parts being creepy! Also, this school has been up for over 100 years!! But, didn't get too much information out of this place as it was limited. But, I hope you like the exploration! Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas, it would mean alot for your support. Any comments and feedback are more than welcomed. Thank you for reading.
  12. Hey guys, it has been a while for me since the last time I posted... but my channel is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Post that you have Subscribed and I will Subscribe back right when I see it. Thanks
  13. Abandoned Raceway

    Thanks. Yeah, I was hoping I did not just fall through lol. Alot of Racing fans took this video seriously as this was their passion back in the early days. They thanked me massively for the video.
  14. Abandoned Raceway

    Hey everyone... finished a Exploration at an abandoned raceway, I loved how everything was still pretty much intact like if they were racing in the old days (1970s), including the bleachers, pretty awesome place. I hope you like it. Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA Subscribe to us from Texas, we would greatly appreciate any support you give us! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkr-hQow3pI Any comments and feedback are welcomed. Thank you for reading.
  15. Subscribed! Subscribed! If I skipped anyone, please tell me.
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