Opening Unusual Geodes | Fluorescent, Druzy, + Rattlers!
Watch this geode unboxing video as Natalie and Christoper unbox unusual geodes bought through estate sales. Christopher and Natalie use a saw and pipe cutter to open these geodes and examine the crystals inside; they show off how these cutting tools are used to cut into this variety of specimens. Christopher is looking for which geodes have loose crystals and rattle when shaken.
Opening these rocks, we find quartz and calcite, which indicates that they came from a place with clay. Christopher also opens up some thundereggs, which typically have chalcedony inside and a variety of quartz. Lastly, we'll open up a drusy quartz geode that originated from Mexico.