(Mall music plays) Compare this mall to the last mall we explored. So it looks way more modern, this mall. Well, not only that but the state of decay that it’s in. Yeah, I know. The last mall that we did could pretty much open. After just like a few weeks or repairs. This place is never reopening. I mean it would need a lot of work. But still I feel like this mall gives me a more modern vibe as it is. I don’t know. Yeah, it doesn’t have those like pastel colors of the 90s. it just has like beige. Wow. Look. The carpet turned green because the skylights broken. I hear dripping everywhere. Is this like the food court? I think so. This looks like the food court. Pretty small one.
Yeah, I’m trying to figure out where the food stores would be besides this one little thing. Maybe they didn’t have a real food court. Maybe. Can you read that?
Nope, there’s only the dimples. Could have been anything. Oh, man that shit’s nasty. Well, it was a department store of some kind.
Was this Sears? It says Sears on the wall, but I don’t know. (Cracking glass) Shhhhh! (Laughs) If we didn’t have to be quiet, I would have so much fun. I would pop every single bubble. This area looks like it needs a fountain or something. Yeah, it probably did at one point. And right there is an active store. They even have… their sign lit up still. Hopefully nobody buys a rug right now or else we’ll be visible. (Sound of metal falling) Broooo! Jesus.. Christmas decorations- It’s a lot. The Santa’s stuff. Taking a picture with Santa. They turned a whole store into it. Just storage, maybe? Or this is where they would do the Santa?
Yeah, because look at the walls.
Yeah. Damn, that’s a big chair. All the Christmas stuff is still here.
Typical. These mirrored lights like the most decorative thing I’ve seen in a mall. We need to keep our voices down now ’cause.. You can still hear “attention shoppers” announcements (Mall music plays)