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Radioactive rocks are the latest mysterious find at Blind Frog Ranch

Mystery at Blind Frog Ranch was such a hit the first time around that the Discovery show is back for a second season. Duane and Chad Ollinger have been uncovering all kinds of mysteries on their land at Blind Frog Ranch and it seems that there’s a lot of history on their Utah ranch…

So far, season 2 has seen Duane and Chad come across radioactive rocks and much more. So, let’s take a look at what the radioactive rocks are and what this could mean for the team at Blind frog Ranch.

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Mystery at Blind Frog Ranch season 2 episode 5

Anyone who has been following Mystery at Blind Frog Ranch season 2 will know that a lot of the series has been based around Duane, Chad and the team uncovering a wooden box within a cavern on the land which had the potential to contain ancient treasure.

Airing on February 11th, 2022, episode 5 sees the Ollingers still attempting to get into the cavern.

Rather than diving into the cavern, as attempted in previous episodes, Duane and co try to find a dry entrance.

Chad also suggests the idea of finding a natural opening from the sky.

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Radioactive rocks are found at Blind Frog Ranch

During previous episodes of the show, some artefacts and items have been found including liquid metal, bored rocks and ancient coins. Radioactive rocks were also found.

One member of the team at Blind Frog Ranch, Eric, thinks the radioactive rocks found in the box might be a clue as to w where to dig in order to get into the cavern and thus, uncover the box.

Why are the rocks radioactive?

There have been many puzzling discoveries at Blind Frog Ranch in seasons 1 and 2.

However, when it comes to the radioactive rocks found, it may be quite a normal occurrence as Utah was an area used for uranium mining in history.

Uranium is a radioactive ore that occurs naturally. And, according to the Utah Geological Survey: “Utah is the third-largest uranium-producing state in the U.S“.

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After studying for her BA in Journalism at Solent University, Helen went straight into writing for GRV Media as years of binge-watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta finally started to pay off. Helen has been with the company for over three years, writing about reality TV and specialising in USA and UK content. Outside of work you’ll find her rustling up Nigella’s latest recipes, or at the beach walking her dog.