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YouTubers That Explore Creepy Abandoned Places

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Are you a fan of exploring? What about exploring creepy abandoned places?

If your on the other side of the world and haven’t had the chance to visit certain places maybe these popular Youtubers have. Check them out!

Adam The Woo

Adam The Woo is one of my favourites!

“I go on adventures . Everything from abandoned theme parks to movie locations to wacky roadside attractions. I do not take myself or my videos too seriously . An 80s pop culture nerd with a desire to travel and video what I see …….. Join Me , Shall You ?”

See the official Youtubers page here

Exploring With Josh

With over 2,000,000 subscribers this young pup is doing well. He has excellent quality videos and explores some real cool places within the US and beyond.

“Full of dreams. Lost and confused. dances all day – WORLD TRAVELER . oh i make youtube videos.”

See the official Youtubers page here

This Is Dan Bell

Dan Bell is another well known urban explorer. Some of his videos are pretty creepy. He explores at some seriously dangerous places!

See the official Youtubers page here

The Carpetbagger

The Carpetbagger explores more friendlier / interesting places in my opinion. He has updated videos on most days. Make sure you subscribe to his channel and checkout more of his video portfolio.

“Here you will find a Yankees unique perspective on living in the South. I am obsessed with Southern Cultures, Folk Heroes, Folk Villains and Roadside Attractions.”

See the official Youtubers page here

Explore With Us

Explore With Us I think is a Father and Daughter team that tend to explore more the abandoned desert area. They come across many Ghost Towns and old artefacts sitting under the desert sun.

“No cell phone service, no fuel service, no food service, nothing, so you are literally on your own. These are true adventures, and we invite you to come along and see these places with us as they take place.”

See the offical Youtubers page here

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