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|Twitter = NexpoYT
 
|Twitter = NexpoYT
 
|Facebook = NexpoYT
 
|Facebook = NexpoYT
|other media = [https://www.reddit.com/r/NightmareExpo/ Reddit]<br>[https://teespring.com/stores/Nexpo Teespring]<br>[https://www.patreon.com/Nexpo Patreon]
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|other media = [https://www.reddit.com/r/NightmareExpo/ Subreddit]<br/>[https://teespring.com/stores/Nexpo Teespring]<br/>[https://www.patreon.com/Nexpo Patreon]
 
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|vids = 88+
 
|update = Every two weeks
 
|update = Every two weeks
 
|status = Active
 
|status = Active
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|full name = Ryan
 
|full name = Ryan
 
|nationality = American
 
|nationality = American
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|residence = Houston, Texas, United States
 
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|most viewed video = [[File:The Dark Side of Reddit|210 px]]
 
|most viewed video = [[File:The Dark Side of Reddit|210 px]]
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'''Ryan''', better known online as '''Nexpo''' (born September 20)<ref> https://twitter.com/NexpoYT/</ref> , is an analytical channel that creates video essays that focus on internet mysteries, horror websites, and urban legends in gaming. The most popular series on his channel is Disturbing Things From Around The Internet, but he also does Internet Investigations, Gaming Retrospectives, Console Conspiracies, and Three Minutes or Less, as well as tons of other random scary videos. He has a second channel called Nexxy (formerly Nexlife) where he uploads real-life footage. "Nexpo" is a portmanteau of his previous channel name, Nightmare Expo.
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|style = Vlogs <br> Stream Archives
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|join date = November 1, 2018
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|vids = 7
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|update = Unscheduled
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|status = Active
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|most viewed video = [[File:The_Dark_Side_of_AskReddit_Stream_Archive|210 px]]
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|first video = [[File:The_Dark_Side_of_AskReddit_Stream_Archive|210 px]]
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{{Quote|Keeping you awake one video at a time.}}
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'''Ryan''' (born: {{Birthdate|1994|9|20}}),<ref> https://twitter.com/NexpoYT/status/1175156454757752837/</ref><ref> https://twitter.com/NexpoYT/status/1175089884354228224</ref> better known online as '''Nexpo''' or '''Nightmare Expo''', is an analytical channel that creates [[video]] essays that focus on internet mysteries, horror websites, and urban legends in gaming. The most popular series on his channel is Disturbing Things From Around The Internet, but he also does Internet Investigations, Gaming Retrospectives, Console Conspiracies, and Three Minutes or Less, as well as tons of other random scary videos. He has a second channel called Nexxy (formerly Nexlife) where he uploads real-life footage. "Nexpo" is a portmanteau of his previous channel name, Nightmare Expo.
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==Series==
 
==Series==
 
===Disturbing Things From Around The Internet===
 
===Disturbing Things From Around The Internet===
This is a collection of creepy discoveries from the darkest corners of the internet.
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This is a collection of creepy discoveries from the darkest corners of the internet. Each video is split into five sections, each covering a distinct discovery.
===Internet Investigations===
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{| class="article-table"
Direct analytical takes on various Internet mysteries. Includes analyses, true crime, and 'explained' videos.
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!Title
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!Uploaded
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!Length
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet'' [Vol. 1]
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|Feb 2, 2018
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|13:23
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet'' [Vol. 2]
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|Mar 19, 2018
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|13:29
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet'' [Vol. 3]
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|May 16, 2018
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|27:03
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet'' [Vol. 4]
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|July 28, 2018
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|18:22
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet ''[Vol. 5]
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|Oct 31, 2018
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|21:40
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet ''[Vol. 6] (ft. ScareTheater)
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|Jan 12, 2019
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|18:29
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet ''[Vol. 7]
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|Mar 22, 2019
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|23:43
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet ''[Vol. 8]
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|Jun 27, 2019
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|24:27
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet ''[Vol. 9]
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|Oct 11, 2019
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|26:18
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|-
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|''Disturbing Things from Around the Internet ''[Vol. 10]
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|Feb 27, 2020
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|29:04
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|}
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=== Internet Investigations ===
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Direct analytical takes on various Internet mysteries. Includes analyses, true crime, and 'explained' videos. Also including one episode where he read and analyzed one reddit post by a throwaway account in r/confession named "I was in a cult".
 
===Gaming Retrospectives===
 
===Gaming Retrospectives===
 
Retrospectives and analytical takes on various horror video games.
 
Retrospectives and analytical takes on various horror video games.
===Console Conspiracies===
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{| class="article-table"
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!Title
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!Uploaded
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!Length
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|''Exploring the Horrors of '''SOMA'''''
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|Dec 18, 2017
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|20:10
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|''A Comprehensive Exploration of '''Doki Doki Literature Club'''''
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|Jan 9, 2018
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|43:06
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|-
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|'''''Silent Hill''': Through the Years''
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|Apr 18, 2018
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|26:04
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|-
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|'''''Majora's Mask '''and the Art of Dark Symbolism''
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|Oct 13, 2018
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|23:12
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|''Why '''Resident Evil 6 '''Failed''
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|Dec 11, 2018
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|35:01
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|-
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|'''''Observer''': Psychological Cyberpunk Horror''
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|Aug 9, 2019
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|19:02
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|}
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=== Console Conspiracies ===
 
Analytical takes on various video game-related urban legends, mysteries, conspiracies, and myths.
 
Analytical takes on various video game-related urban legends, mysteries, conspiracies, and myths.
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{| class="article-table"
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!Title
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!Uploaded
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|''The Curse of Evil Otto''
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|Mar 8, 2019
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|17:00
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|''The Video Game Tied to a Cult ''(ft. MamaMax)
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|Nov 15, 2019
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|35:35
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|''Cult in a Dead MMO''
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|Dec 26, 2019
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|34:35
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|''Mystery in a "Game Over" Screen''
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|Apr 24, 2020
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|22:10
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===Three Minutes or Less===
 
===Three Minutes or Less===
 
"Quick hitter" mysteries that are solved in less than three minutes.
 
"Quick hitter" mysteries that are solved in less than three minutes.
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==References==
 
==References==
<references/>'''This page was created by [[User:JakCooperThePlumber|JakCooperThePlumber]] on November 2, 2019.'''
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Revision as of 11:18, May 19, 2020

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Keeping you awake one video at a time.

―Nexpo

Ryan (born: September 20, 1994 (1994-09-20) [age 25]),[1][2] better known online as Nexpo or Nightmare Expo, is an analytical channel that creates video essays that focus on internet mysteries, horror websites, and urban legends in gaming. The most popular series on his channel is Disturbing Things From Around The Internet, but he also does Internet Investigations, Gaming Retrospectives, Console Conspiracies, and Three Minutes or Less, as well as tons of other random scary videos. He has a second channel called Nexxy (formerly Nexlife) where he uploads real-life footage. "Nexpo" is a portmanteau of his previous channel name, Nightmare Expo.

Series

Disturbing Things From Around The Internet

This is a collection of creepy discoveries from the darkest corners of the internet. Each video is split into five sections, each covering a distinct discovery.

Title Uploaded Length
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 1] Feb 2, 2018 13:23
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 2] Mar 19, 2018 13:29
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 3] May 16, 2018 27:03
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 4] July 28, 2018 18:22
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 5] Oct 31, 2018 21:40
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 6] (ft. ScareTheater) Jan 12, 2019 18:29
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 7] Mar 22, 2019 23:43
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 8] Jun 27, 2019 24:27
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 9] Oct 11, 2019 26:18
Disturbing Things from Around the Internet [Vol. 10] Feb 27, 2020 29:04

Internet Investigations

Direct analytical takes on various Internet mysteries. Includes analyses, true crime, and 'explained' videos. Also including one episode where he read and analyzed one reddit post by a throwaway account in r/confession named "I was in a cult".

Gaming Retrospectives

Retrospectives and analytical takes on various horror video games.

Title Uploaded Length
Exploring the Horrors of SOMA Dec 18, 2017 20:10
A Comprehensive Exploration of Doki Doki Literature Club Jan 9, 2018 43:06
Silent Hill: Through the Years Apr 18, 2018 26:04
Majora's Mask and the Art of Dark Symbolism Oct 13, 2018 23:12
Why Resident Evil 6 Failed Dec 11, 2018 35:01
Observer: Psychological Cyberpunk Horror Aug 9, 2019 19:02

Console Conspiracies

Analytical takes on various video game-related urban legends, mysteries, conspiracies, and myths.

Title Uploaded Length
The Curse of Evil Otto Mar 8, 2019 17:00
The Video Game Tied to a Cult (ft. MamaMax) Nov 15, 2019 35:35
Cult in a Dead MMO Dec 26, 2019 34:35
Mystery in a "Game Over" Screen Apr 24, 2020 22:10

Three Minutes or Less

"Quick hitter" mysteries that are solved in less than three minutes.

Trivia

  • This channel was originally named Nightmare Expo, but on October 17, 2018, he announced that the channel was going to be rebranded because he thought the name was too restrictive.[3][4]
    • The first video under the Nexpo name was uploaded on November 14, 2018, titled What is "This Room Does Not Exist"?[5]

References

This page was created by JakCooperThePlumber on November 2, 2019.

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