Videos The Rockefeller Mine and Mining Camp admin 9 years ago 15 Comments Prev Article Next Article x Bookmark Last year, I found myself wandering around the abandoned Rockefeller Mine and mining camp on an extremely windy afternoon. Talc was mined at the Rockefeller Mine, and the site is marked with… Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts 15 Largest Abandoned Cities on Earth admin December 10, 2022 super spooky haloween scarefest (WARNING, MANY SPOOKS) admin November 1, 2014 Watch 5 Girls POSSESSED BY JINN in Egypt (Real) admin December 19, 2014 Vaskereszt!! admin January 30, 2015 Szellemváros Magyarországon 65. – Sárbogárd: 50-es objektum admin November 16, 2014 Urbex Video / Lost Places / verlassene Orte / Urban Exploring / Ruins & Decay / Zerfall & Ruinen admin April 11, 2015 About The Author admin More from this Author 15 Comments SteinNachtigall March 20, 2015 Seems like someone had been using the site as a trash dump! Or they just never bothered to haul away some of that stuff after the mine closed. Log in to Reply Chan Opp March 20, 2015 Be careful stirring up to much dust when there is mouse droppings on the ground. Hantavirus is some serious shit that kills 38% of the people who get it. I know its pretty common in the southern regions. Just a word of advice is all for the future. Most likley these droppings were from kangaroo rats hanta is carried from deer mice Log in to Reply grandprismatic March 20, 2015 Nice, talc mines are sketchy due to there flaky composition. Hope you were and always wear a hard hat. Thanks for sharing Log in to Reply james formo March 20, 2015 That was very interesting . Those old can piles might have some cans at the bottom that are still good . Log in to Reply Kevin Thomas March 20, 2015 I don’t know how far out in the desert you were but someone must have hated that washing machine so much they drove all the way out fhere in the desert just to dump it. Log in to Reply Scott Martin March 20, 2015 How to cut way down on wind noise is by placing a piece of foam over the camera mic, held in place by a couple of rubber bands. Log in to Reply Kyle Kersey March 20, 2015 What type of wood are the ore bins usualy made from? Log in to Reply Challenger March 20, 2015 Hey, its me! Nice video, now i really want to visit a mine like this too!! Log in to Reply TroySapienRobot March 20, 2015 You should have way more subscribers than you do, Frank. Your content is awesome. Just saying. Log in to Reply KingsnakeSince1986 March 20, 2015 Considering the isolation, and what carpeting is often used for, I’d check just to make sure there wasn’t a body. Serious … Log in to Reply caramelfleece March 20, 2015 Nice video man! Every time I see all of those timbers just sitting there, I think of all of the cool things that I could make with that old-growth timbering. Anything you made out of it would have a cool back story as well. Log in to Reply azdesertdog March 20, 2015 Another great walk. Log in to Reply Rob Farrow March 20, 2015 I was hoping you’d have another vid up soon! Thanks Frank! Lots of tailing piles on the hills in the background! More adits in the area? Log in to Reply ScubaOz March 20, 2015 looks like some squatters have stayed in that mine a few times, or just campers who like to leave trash behind, shame they have to junk the place up Log in to Reply Fleotus Bing March 20, 2015 Great video, Frank! That dragon was quite nifty, I thought. What do you think of all those cans? That’s a lot of pork and beans, lol….or could they actually have something to do with the mining industry? Odd….. Log in to Reply Add Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.