Bad Vibes Everywhere at Notoriously Haunted Tunnel in Colorado
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.
A tunnel in Colorado has a dark past, and while it is absolutely off-limits to the public, not everyone listens to the rules. In fact, evidence shows that very bad things could quite possibly be taking place in the tunnel as we speak.
First, let's touch on the legend of this tunnel and why it's known as an especially dark page of Colorado's history books.
What Happened at Colorado's Notoriously Haunted Gold Camp Road?
According to a YouTube video by Aiden's Escapades (see above), the third tunnel at Gold Camp Road near Colorado Springs was abandoned after miners discovered that there were no precious metals to be found.
The story becomes tragic as, legend has it, a school bus became trapped in the infamous third tunnel, at which point the tunnel collapsed, killing the children and the bus driver that was on board.
This story would explain some of the phenomena experienced by visitors to the tunnel, who have reported paranormal activity including apparitions of a bus driver, children, handprints left on vehicles, as well as unexplained voices.
However, these accounts of paranormal activity are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to bad vibes in the infamous third tunnel.
Why is Tunnel Three so Infamous in Colorado?
The third tunnel is not only notoriously haunted, but it's also extremely dangerous and trespassing is strictly prohibited.
A large fence blocks both entryways, but people do still find their way in, leaving evidence of what appears to be satanic rituals.
Some of this evidence includes multiple pentagrams, other satanic imagery, and a firepit that probably isn't used for toasting marshmallows. Not only that, it appears that there may even be pieces of the school bus that perished years ago still left behind in the tunnel.
It cannot be stressed enough that you should not visit this place in person, but keep scrolling to take a virtual tour below: