A Terrifying Tour Of This Haunted Prison In Colorado Is Not For The Weak
Have you ever driven past a maximum security prison and thought, “Hmm… I would really like to go in and tour those facilities.” No? Me neither… In fact, like many, I have never had a real desire to visit any prison. However, when it comes to this allegedly haunted (former) women’s correctional facility, I may just make an exception. Here is why:
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Now that you know a little more about the history of the museum, you may be wondering what makes it so haunted. According to numerous reports, the premises are plagued with the lingering spirits of those who resided in the women’s prison. When you visit the museum, keep your eyes, ears, and nose peeled for the common sight of orbs, sound of unexplained coughing and screams, and scent of fresh tobacco (when no one is around).
For an even more in-depth look at these alleged hauntings, check out this chilling video of a ghost hunt conducted at the Museum of Colorado Prisons:
What do you think: Is the museum indeed haunted or is it all just a tall tale?