Hey YouTube, Jim here! Welcome to Top10Archive! Just how brave is the urban explorer within you? Can you stomach the empty halls of an asylum or the deepest reaches of hospitals long-since shut down? No matter how brave you may be, there are abandoned places around the world you should avoid, relics overtaken by time and or claimed by nefarious groups. These ten neglected places should be at the top of your list of areas to avoid – just as they’re at the top of ours.

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10. The Domes, Casa Grande, Arizona
9. Kolmanskop, Namibia
8. Craco, Italy
7. Michigan Central Station, Detroit, MI
6. Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, North Korea
5. Oradour, Haute-Vienne, France
4. North Brother Island, New York
3. Old Atlanta Prison Farm, Atlanta, Georgia
2. Six Flags Jazzland, New Orleans, Louisiana
1. Pripyat, Ukraine


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  1. Hey Archivists! We hoped you liked the video! We would also like to know your opinions on it! We’re trying to sneak Jim into our videos more often, but are unsure of the exact angle we want to go. We thought of adding segments of Jim in his “natural state” of narrating to add a more behind-the-scenes effect, but a few of you have stressed concerns that it’s a bit distracting. Should we only cut to Jim if he’s cracking a joke? Your comments and input are always read and GREATLY appreciated!!

    • I enjoy seeing Jim in his natural habitat, I can tell he really enjoys doing the “scary voice” xD

    • Top10Archive , Jim has the perfect voice to go with your top of the line content, Jim adds only the positive to your videos so I say go for it, I’m sure their are many subscribers who would agree with me ! Keep up the good work plus I think that comment from the last video had a great idea about doing a video on the creepiest cemeteries ! Hopefully we’ll be hearing and seeing much more of Jim. Also I think it’s great that you guys respond to comments on You-Tube, makes me that much more of a fan !

  2. I don’t find cutting to him narrating the video distracting. It’s nice to see the man behind the curtain so to speak.

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