A Drone Flew High Above An Uninhabited Gold Mine In Colorado And Caught The Most Incredible Footage

When it comes to the formation of Colorado, there was no industry quite as vital and profitable as mining, which led to the migration of thousands of families to the newly-founded territory. Since most of these mines dried up some 100+ years ago, we are left with only the stories and remains of most, including the Pennsylvania Mine, which is deemed the most dangerous mine in Colorado. While most of us have never seen this toxic area, we now can, thanks to some stunning drone footage from YouTube’s Sean Ozz:

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