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17 Comments

  • mr cr 3 weeks ago

    Jump on the ratteler and ride it

  • Andrew Trucker 3 weeks ago

    Hurray I thought u found a ring that’s not hood throw a rock on it lol

  • Dave Beckley 3 weeks ago

    Where is the waste rock? Never seen a vein that was the exact size of the miner who had to dig it out. Bet that rattlers meals are few and far between and while it wouldn't have eaten you it would surely been upset at the intrusion. Nice video. Thanks.

  • Derek Clayborn 3 weeks ago

    Is this in Bumblebee?

  • Hidden Arizona 3 weeks ago

    MY GUESS: The rattlesnake is still there.

  • Dirk Diggler 3 weeks ago

    in the 70's moron go valley had hundreds of these prospects with little to no tailings pile all throughout the valley floor, there were signs reporting this but dam if you sleepwalked you were fvcked…

  • Dirk Diggler 3 weeks ago

    thank you, it must have been an air shaft

  • az ironlungz 3 weeks ago

    Location coordinates????

  • OG JAYSEE 3 weeks ago

    Where is this located? Coordinates?

  • Liam McIntyre 3 weeks ago

    Found one on the top of Scarlet Canyon in North Phoenix. (SW corner of Cave Creek and Deer Valley Rds) you should go and get a video

  • WOW that one definitely needs a fence big time one wrong step and thats it.

  • My father in law and I were hunting in the Zuni mountains (northern New Mexico) and we came across an old mine that was sealed off with metal grating. It was a big shaft straight down with a horizontal shaft at the bottom. I wish it were still open, it would be cool to explore…

  • Mike Rusch 3 weeks ago

    See even the rattlesnake fell in that hole ! Dangerous!

  • ronnie cardy 3 weeks ago

    Thanks never ate any snakes.

  • TVR Exploring 3 weeks ago

    I really wasn't expecting that one… My first thought upon seeing the shaft was that it was an air shaft given the lack of waste rock around it. I could be mistaken, but it looked like there was a big pile of dirt filling the shaft at the bottom, but that it dropped off a bit on the sides. In other words, a drift may have run off beneath it, but was almost entirely filled in with dirt that had come down the shaft. That could explain how the rattlesnake got down there because otherwise how in the hell did it get down there or how does it get out?

  • Cornish Mine Explorer 3 weeks ago

    Blimey, that was a nice surprise!! I nearly had something similar when going down a 90ft shaft, looked down a short tunnel and thought I see what looked like a badger, but we later confirmed it as a dead pig that fell down there.

  • ronnie cardy 3 weeks ago

    I would drop something down to kill that sucker or AK47 With a lot of rounds down there

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