About: Interesting Underground Gold Mine Stuffed With Quartz
Can you use a compass in a mine?
Not to be negative, but how long would it take to dig you out if it caved at that worst spot?? (just curious)
Alright, I'll buy it.
keep up the eploration vlogs! your voice is great for video!
garden or flower bed iron used as trellis for plants
Could you please pop a disclaimer at the beginning of your videos about the dangers of mine shafts.
They post stay out and stay alive on these shut down mines for a reason.
It's nothing against your videos, but coming from someone who worked at underground mines and had a cave in happen no more than 100 yards from where I should have been working.
There's already enough fatalities that happen in current functioning mines. Plus in my time in nevada I cannot begin to tell you how many people fell victim to doing exactly what you are doing. And working 2 years in the geology department at one of the more dangerous mines I got to see plenty of what looked like solid rock crumble under your fingers.
All in all I love your videos. Will continue to watch. Just please make a quick disclaimer. It could save someone's life.
Flower bed..... literally
Looks like someone closed the tunnels on purpose
Do you ever take a metal detector to try find gold that the old miners could not find as they not have the same tools as today so must mist a lot.
or have you ever found gold?
Did miners carry those timbers to the ceiling? It's 200+ pounds! We're there cranes?
You seem to get excited when you see Quartz. Why do you get excited when you see a Quartz vein??
How do miners know when to stop mining? Could there be more precious gems where they didn't drill?
You should carry a bag of orange ping-pong balls to drop down winzes so that when you explore another drift you can identify if you find it again!
Supposed grave could have been a garden area.
How many $$ worth of gold did this mine produce??
Black light ................
Like a giant ant bed in the mountain!
This is the first video of yours I have ever watched. And I must say: GREAT solid camera work. It would be so easy to get a shakey, jerky video out of this that would give me motion sickness- but not in your case. You keep the camera level at all times, all your pans and movements are nice and smooth.... Awesome job on the camera. And as long as I'm here posting I also have to say thanks for going into these mines and exploring them for us so that we don't have to. Mines are inherently dangerous places, and we appreciate the risk you're taking so that we can see these places documented without having to take that risk on ourselves. Thank you!
Don't ever fake a paranormal video either that would be great. It will get you more views and more money but its disrespectful to people who aren't smart