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Don't let the name fool you, this agate is as pretty as can be and not creepy at all! Widowmaker Blue Plume comes from an area to the south of Graveyard Point, on a cliff high above the Snake River plain on the Oregon Idaho border which was, millions of years ago, a volcanic and geothermally active area including many hot springs and geysers.
These agates were formed when mineral rich fluids washing through the volcanic terrain, deposited the agate material with beautiful mineral structures trapped within. The best thing about these beautiful stone is that no two are alike and each one a different beautiful scene made by mother nature.
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Stone name: Widowmaker Blue Plume Agate from Oregon Is found near the Oregon Idaho Border, in hard to reach canyonlands south of Graveyard Point.