I was looking through all of my old stuff from the '80s and '90s that I have collected over the years and I'm not sure whether I want to keep it all or donate it all.

I have records and cassette tapes along with record players I used to use when I played music at wedding receptions throughout the mid-Michigan area.

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Right now I have a collection of 1,000 plus records and they are all in mint condition. This is what makes nostalgia so great. Being able to go back in time and think about where you were and what you were doing.

I am very sentimental about nostalgia from the '80s and '90s, let me tell you about a place in Old Town that just opened this month.

The store is called "Grave Danger" and it's all about yesterday's pop culture. If you want '80s, '90s, and even 2000s nostalgia, then this place is for you!

According to the Lansing State Journal:

The shop, at 1236 Turner St. Suite A. officially opened during the first weekend of October. It features toys and collectibles, a costume rack, DVDs and cassette tapes. Walk in and you'll be reminded of Care Bears, Elvira, Bratz dolls, Chucky dolls, and more.

This is so cool, it's like reliving the past all over again with all kinds of really neat collectibles.

I haven't been to Grave Danger yet, but I plan on going sometime this week. I love checking out new stores and what they have to offer.

Here's something you're going to like, courtesy of the Lansing State Journal:

Their inventory has since expanded past personal collections. Grave Danger accepts trade-ins and sales, so most of the items available now came from exchanges with customers.

This is the perfect place that I've been looking for. By the way, Grave Danger is in Old Town at 1236 Turner St. Suite A.

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