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Hello JohnUrbex,

Welcome to Oblivion State. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

JohnUrbex joined on the 05/14/2018.

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Hi fellow explorers,

 

Me and a friend have recently started documenting our explores and we just wanted to say hi to all of you guys on the forum.

 

We are brand new and we do genuinely want to post the best and most interesting content, so any criticism would honestly be appreciated, but equally if we are doing anything right let us know!

 

We have made a YouTube Channel - here is our first vid! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zUUMzKg7lg&t=38s

 

We know it's not perfect!

 

PS - if any of you guys know of any WW2 sites that you think we should explore let us know, we will go anywhere!

 

Thanks,

John

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Hi John,

 

I have merged your thread with your introduction.

 

Good to have you here. We will be very interested to see what you have to contribute, and although we do allow youtube videos in the appropriate section, you will get a far better response and audience from photo based reports.

 

Get involved and I'm sure you'll fit right in :)

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