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  1. Welcome LEXUSLTB13!!! good to have you on the site !!
  2. what I don't understand is there are channels, and all they do is reaction videos. There whole popularity is reacting to others content and some how that is aloud. Honestly I think there way around it is they stop the video every couple of seconds so it doesn't get flagged. If I were you you deff have enough subs to start getting sponsors, also get hip to patreon explain your story to your youtube base. Once its reinstated people love helping out especially if they enjoy your videos. Also im not sure how this works yet, but you can direct people to amazon and get money if people buy from there. There are plenty of ways to make money from youtube. I honesty hope everything goes alright with your channel!!
  3. im glad you guys liked it thank you for watching !!!
  4. as you can see they dont let you any where close to where you were aloud to drive up to lol
  5. I love you are from canton and you know exactly what im talking about !!! yes its such a cool looking building !!!
  6. your from Canton !!! so you know of molly stark in lousville !!! abandoned hospital !!! nothing left of geaga lake just alot of land really i wish there was stuff left !!! but im planning on going out to chippewa lake which is in ohio that still has everything pretty much there !!! its an older style amusement park it should be a cool explore
  7. ha ha ha i know ruining my shots and you would be surprised but cleveland has probably 15 schools like this with everything left inside they closed them down because its to much for them to update there plans are to eventually to demolish them but they have sat for sometime !!! and I dont know why i didnt think about playing the piano thats a good idea !!!
  8. There is a place an hour away from my house called Molly Stark Sanatorium. This was a tuberculosis hospital that was built in 1929 and It closed about 20 years ago. Honestly it looks like something out of shutter island. After the place sat abandoned for about 15 years the people that owned it gave it to the city and the city made the grounds around it into park. This place was so cool looking and rumored to be haunted they gated the whole building off and put barbwire around the whole fence. Also its surrounded by a neighborhood all around it and the sheriff department is a block away. Because kids try to get in there so much even with all of that the sheriffs just sit in the parking lot all day and when there not there the moment you pull up it reminded me of area 51 because they will just sit there and watch you till you leave. I needed to get in there because no one had any photos or videos in there really since it closed. we tried during the day not a chance. What we did was went during the day every day untill we seen someone cut the fence we waited untill july 4th weekend because we knew no one would be looking for someone breaking in during the holiday parked our car a mile down the road walked in from the woods at midnight snuck through the hole we saw earlier and some how managed to find a board that was hanging and we got in through a small crack. that place was like fort knox still to this day i think we are the only ones that took video and photos in there lol
  9. Hello Im a youtuber from Cleveland Ohio. I have really explored everything and anything you can think of in my city. I joined this site because I do have a lot of people always asking me locations, But i'm afraid when I used to give the locations in the descriptions. The next time I would go back the place would be destroyed!! So im hoping to share and help anyone I can thats in the Cleveland area or anyone coming to Cleveland.
  10. I don't know how close you are to the Poconos Mountains I took a trip out there last summer there are probably five abandoned resorts just left untouched in the middle of the mountains from the 80's its a real trip.
  11. I joined this site because on youtube I cant share locations because people vandalize and steal things. I figured if there is anyone out there in Cleveland that does have questions on locations please let me know I would love to help !!!
  12. Hello guys i'm new to this site I have a youtube channel based out of Cleveland. If you ever have any questions on Cleveland abandoned spots I would love to help out anyway I can !!!
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