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RADON CURE: Defunct gold and uranium mines south of Helena, Montana, attract ailing tourists, who bask in radioactive radon gas and drink radioactive water to improve their health. Each summer, hundreds of people, come to the radon health mines to relax and treat arthritis, lupus, asthma and other chronic cripplers. Seen here with her dog, Kashi, is the owner of the Merry Widow Mine, Helen O'Neill. The Merry Widow Mine is a tunnel into the mountain, with a temperature that remains around 60 degrees in both winter and summer. MODEL RELEASED (1991)

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RADON CURE: Defunct gold and uranium mines south of Helena, Montana, attract ailing tourists, who bask in radioactive radon gas and drink radioactive water to improve their health. Each summer, hundreds of people, come to the radon health mines to relax and treat arthritis, lupus, asthma and other chronic cripplers. Seen here with her dog, Kashi, is the owner of the Merry Widow Mine, Helen O'Neill. The Merry Widow Mine is a tunnel into the mountain, with a temperature that remains around 60 degrees in both winter and summer. MODEL RELEASED (1991)