The Creepy Asylum In Colorado That Is Still Standing And Still Disturbing

If you love watching horror movies, you have probably seen at least one set in or around a creepy asylum… but do you want to know what is even scarier than seeing an eerie asylum on screen? Seeing one in person, like this creepy one in Colorado that is still standing and more disturbing than ever:

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Known as Molkerei, this historic Denver building is a tuberculosis center turned insane asylum turned private residence that is (surprise!) allegedly haunted. During its short stint as an asylum at the turn of the 20th century, Molkerei was said to have been somewhat of a house of horrors to its residents, resulting in the untimely death of many. Despite this happening more than 100 years ago, the building remains haunted, with reports of flickering lights, the sight of a man leaving the house in a white surgeon’s mask, and other unexplainable sights and sounds.

What do you think? Could this former insane asylum be haunted or is it merely folklore? Let us know what you think! For even more scares, take A Terrifying Tour Of This Haunted Prison In Colorado.