Retail Archeology is a Youtube channel that features urban archeology and more modern finds in the age of consumerism. Most of his discoveries revolve around archaic malls, establishments, and products that the general public might have forgotten. This includes the dates from operation to closing as well as what they offered during their peak.
Eric’s channel also includes various pastimes, games, electronics, and snacks as well as first-hand experiences with these products.
The AMAZING Rose Bowl Flea Market! | Retail Archaeology
Christown Spectrum Mall: The Oldest Mall In Phoenix! | Retail Archaeology
Half The Dead Mall It Used To Be: Power Square Mall | Retail Archaeology
Scottsdale Seville: Little Luxury Dead Mall | Retail Archaeology
Barnes & Noble: 1886 - ???? | Retail Archaeology
Riviera Plaza: Dead Malls Are Not The Only Problem | Retail Archaeology
SanTan Village: Is This The Future For Malls? | Retail Archaeology
The Colonnade: The Forgotten Dead Mall | Retail Archaeology
What Is Going On With Family Dollar? | Retail Archaeology