The abandoned liquor store in Colorado looks straight out of a scary movie

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. Doing so puts you at risk of personal injury and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

If horror movies have taught us anything over the years, it’s that you don’t go into old, abandoned buildings in the middle of nowhere. In fact, you should probably just stay in your car and continue on your road trip until you reach a town with at least one McDonald’s.

That being said, taking virtual tours of places like this is pretty harmless, so keep scrolling to see an old, abandoned drive-through liquor store found in a very rural part of Colorado.

Abandoned Colorado Liquor Store straight out of a horror movie

This old liquor store probably doesn’t have any chainsaw-wielding psychopaths hiding around the corner, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

The old building was examined in a video from the Urban Explorer YouTube channel “Exploring with CF”.

Most urban explorers of this type usually do not reveal the location of buildings like this, mainly because the locations tend to see a lot of vandalism after being shown in videos posted online.

We know this old, abandoned drive-through liquor store is located in rural Colorado in February 2020 in an area approximately 7,100 feet above sea level.

It doesn’t have too much surrounding area nearby apart from a few small houses and what appears to be a farm and doesn’t really show any signs of graffiti.

As mentioned above, visiting places like this in person is strongly discouraged, but you can take a virtual tour here:

The abandoned liquor store in Colorado looks straight out of a scary movie

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. Doing so puts you at risk of personal injury and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

A small, old drive-through liquor store in Colorado is completely abandoned and looks like it belongs in a scary movie.

Colorado pioneer’s former land is abandoned + has hidden tunnels

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. Doing so puts you at risk of personal injury and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

One of Colorado’s most prolific founding fathers, General William Palmer, once owned land that is now abandoned and has hidden tunnels.

Check out the abandoned Little Log Cabin daycare in Colorado

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. Doing so puts you at risk of personal injury and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

Take a virtual tour of an old Colorado daycare known as the “Little Log Cabin,” now completely abandoned.

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