Nestled in the quiet town of Chatham, New York, is Video Visions, one of the last-remaining video stories in America. Steven Campbell opened Video Visions in 1984 with Jim Donovan. At the time, they had just 200 titles. Now, they have over 26,000 that customers can rent for a few bucks a day. In addition to a plethora of DVDs, the store still stocks VHS tapes, as well as VCRs to play them. InsideEdition.com’s Leigh Scheps has more.