I Bought An Abandoned Storage Locker! ... Look What I Found! Baixar mp3 - Baixar vídeo

  • Published on Sep 27, 2018

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  • RickGrimeZz
    RickGrimeZz 5 months ago (edited)

    Everytime I see someone buy a locked up storage.. I cant help but be sad for those people who lost all those memories... Who knows what happened in these peoples lives.. to just abandon so much stuff that is linked to their lives.. trophies... and pictures.. and more.. its just sad! I wonder if anyone actually locates these people and tries to give the personal stuff back... like a good Samaritan Act! I would post a video of that... and show that HOPE & HUMANITY isnt failing!

  • Rowan Jameson
    Rowan Jameson 5 months ago (edited)

    Maybe you should put a go pro on your head, it'd be easier. Like if you agree.

  • Redeemed Harshsw
    Redeemed Harshsw 2 months ago


  • Kevin Gossett
    Kevin Gossett 5 months ago

    Whatever side of the argument you find yourself on - “It’s just business, and if you don’t pay, you lose your property,” or “it’s cruel to pick over someone’s property,” what I found was it’s such a relief to stop using these storage units. My wife and I emptied ours (we had 2, after we’d moved from the Midwest (where houses have basements) to Arizona (where they don’t). Once we chucked the stuff we didn’t want or need (but were paying a couple hundred a month to store) and made room for the rest at home, it was a good feeling. The storage industry supports two bad habits: Procrastination and hoarding. Neither is good.

  • Chas UGC
    Chas UGC 4 months ago

    It's all just stuff and stuff can be replaced. Believe me, I know. I held unto a storage unit for 15 years and I finally got it out. But I gave away most of it, ten of thousands of dollars, and I just brought all new stuff. I took a few pictures, but I didn't need them to remember my mom or brother. Did I really want or need her obituary cards? Absolutely not. That is not what I wanted to remember about my mom. The truly valuable is your life and what you have in your mind and heart. This is where the memories lie, not in stuff.

  • Brandon Ledford
    Brandon Ledford 5 months ago

    Looked like a Nate McClouth signed ball. He used to play for the Atlanta Braves.

  • Larry Johnson
    Larry Johnson 5 months ago

    Never heard of Pioneer Speakers? Are you from planet earth???

  • judy thompson
    judy thompson 4 months ago

    After reading all of the comments... I say, Well Done! You took a chance with 10 bucks. Some physical work involved. A few days of research. You are the winner A great unit.

  • Ann Moo
    Ann Moo 1 month ago

    Estoy aquí por GENIAL y la curiosidad del baúl...

  • Mark & Emy Shibukawa
    Mark & Emy Shibukawa 5 months ago

    What's awesome about you is that you care about others in that you want to return their family photos and that you want to donate items as well. Keep up the great work! 👏😀 😀👍

  • jlen82
    jlen82 1 month ago

    It is amazing how you don't know what stuff is.

  • Rosa Perez
    Rosa Perez 4 months ago

    OMG this was fun watching you go thru all the stuff in that storage lol. I was in suspense about that big wooden chest and almost afraid of what you were gonna find lol but it was empty😏 I was hoping for something valuable however, the chest itself it's a good piece! I know you got your $10.00 worth and turned it into lots of money 😄

  • amjen10 J
    amjen10 J 4 months ago

    That “medicine cabinet” is actually a jewelry box

  • Bassmangotdbluz
    Bassmangotdbluz 4 months ago (edited)

    There could be $1-2k or more in sports memorabilia alone. You have hopefully figured out by now that those are antique ocean fishing lures and to the right market some may be quite collectible. Some of the old original gumball machine miniature football helmets of defunct teams can also be of value and I noticed an Houston Oilers helmet among them. The smallest Lego kits new and complete sell for a minimum of $45 each, that means used open would be $10-15 @ the flea market, not $5. I agree with a previous commenter, you could stand to have a non-millenial looking over your shoulder to keep you from losing your butt on some of this stuff; however, you seem smart enough to know to use the web to identity all you can. I think this was really a pretty good score for you and I hope you made out well.

  • Jose Nio
    Jose Nio 5 months ago

    Taco Stacks that's a mariachi hat you should get someone to give you an estimate its easily worth more than $10

  • Aparecida Mota
    Aparecida Mota 1 week ago

    Oi estou no celular do meu esposo tudo bem com vc trabalhando muito com a reciclagem . Boa sorte. Brasil

  • Daisy Malaca
    Daisy Malaca 3 weeks ago

    Wow.... there is many stuff. Your lucky. Goodluck taco stack. God bless!

  • Gary Shields
    Gary Shields 2 months ago

    That was a hand made with iron Smith made hinges & nails. Circa 1600. Value...10K+

  • chru cas
    chru cas 1 month ago

    Neither clever nor smart. Without any knowledge.

  • smw381st
    smw381st 5 months ago

    first thing I would never have done is put that nasty mattress and box spring in my van