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Here's Where Storage Wars Star Dave Hester Ended Up

A&E's smash-hit reality series Storage Wars saw three seasons of chaotic energy with the recruitment of auctioneer Dave Hester, a modern-day treasure hunter with an eye for good finds and a penchant for playing the villain archetype. While in search for knick-knacks within the cramped spaces of abandoned, auctioned-off storage lockers, Hester was bound to do two things: drive up locker prices, and utter his signature (and trademarked) catch-phrase "Yuuup!" each episode.

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    This Is What Storage Wars' Dave Hester Is Doing Now

    This Is What Storage Wars' Dave Hester Is Doing Now

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    Reasons Why Storage Wars Is Totally Fake

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    Every now and again, news articles pop up talking about how there's an old Disney VHS tape or McDonald's toy from the '90s selling on eBay for thousands of dollars. These stories tend to be greatly exaggerated, often referring to a single, specific item that is valuable precisely because of its rarity. Perhaps as a result of these kinds of stories, people tend to think their childhood items are secretly worth a fortune; in reality, they're probably worthless.

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    Why Ink Master Is Totally Fake

    Ink Master premiered in 2012 on Spike (now the Paramount Network) at the height of the "shows about tattoos" craze which includes things like Tattoo Nightmares and Miami/LA/New York Ink. The premise of the show is pretty simple — a bunch of tattoo artists compete to see who is the best overall artist, as judged by Miami Ink's Chris Nuñez, Oliver Peck (the one-time husband of Kat Von D and expert tattooist), and Dave Navarro (who was once married to Carmen Electra, plays guitar, and has a lot of tattoos of his own).

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    Reasons Why Moonshiners Is Totally Fake

    It's no secret that reality shows can sometimes deliberately deceive their audience. For example, in episode 142 of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe says that she's never been to Montana, even though the scene was filmed two days after her trip to Montana. (The show was immediately cancelled once this story broke.) One of the worst offenders may be the Discovery Channel hit Moonshiners, which has been accused of faking its entire premise. Here's why that's almost certainly true ...

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