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Videomat

Story: Back in 2008, my father was at a huge outdoor flea market in Valley Stream, NY when he called me up to tell me about a guy selling tons of videocassettes. He named off a few horror titles, and I realized the guy had some great releases. The following weekend, I go to the same flea market to find the guy. Under a tent was a guy with several tables full of videocassettes - clamshells, big boxes, the guy had it all. He told me he had won a huge storage unit auction that was filled to the brim with videocassettes from a local video store chain that had gone under.

Videomat

Story: Back in 2008, my father was at a huge outdoor flea market in Valley Stream, NY when he called me up to tell me about a guy selling tons of videocassettes. He named off a few horror titles, and I realized the guy had some great releases. The following weekend, I go to the same flea market to find the guy. Under a tent was a guy with several tables full of videocassettes - clamshells, big boxes, the guy had it all. He told me he had won a huge storage unit auction that was filled to the brim with videocassettes from a local video store chain that had gone under.

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From what I can learn from the phone numbers on the security label and the little information on the internet, this chain had at least six stores in the Detroit and Toledo areas. No addresses on the labels unfortunately, but I was able to dig up an address for this one on Google.

Video Cave 3

From what I can learn from the phone numbers on the security label, this chain had at least five stores in the Detroit and Toledo areas. No addresses on the labels unfortunately, but I was able to dig up an address for this one on Google.