People will review anything on Google — even Colorado's infamous supermax prison.

In case you're unfamiliar, I'm talking about the U.S. Penitentiary, Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX), or the highest maximum-security prison in the country.

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Located in Florence, Colorado, the compound keeps its 332 male prisoners in solitary confinement for at least 23 hours a day. It is also home to some of the world's most notorious criminals, including the Unabomber, a three-time prison escapee, and Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera.

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And there are even Google reviews about it.

Not from the actual prisoners, of course. Obviously, these reviews are in jest (unless El Chapo is on Google...just kidding), but they are still pretty entertaining. In fact, most of these reviewers seem to think that, in an alternative universe, the supermax prison could be a decent place to stay.

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From complaints about unfriendly guests to compliments about the privacy, here are 25 hilarious Google reviews about Colorado's infamous supermax prison:

5 Stars: 25 Hilarious Google Reviews of Colorado's Infamous Supermax Prison

Colorado is home to the only federal supermax prison in the United States: the U.S. Penitentiary, Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX). The prison houses notorious criminals like the Unabomber, a three-time prison escapee, El Chapo, and more — and people still took the time to review it on Google. Read on to see some of the funniest reviews.

While these reviews may be funny, the actual supermax prison is no laughing matter. Learn more about some of the prison's most heinous inmates in the gallery below.

6 Infamous Inmates of Colorado's Supermax Prison

Although these suspects have been charged, there are still numerous unsolved cold cases in the state of Colorado. You can find out more about the 10 oldest Colorado cold cases (including a 1933 case from Larimer County) dating back to the year 1911 in the gallery below.

The Top 10 Oldest Cold Cases in Colorado Dating Back to 1911

The following missing and homicide cases are some of the oldest on record in the state of Colorado. Flip through the gallery to see the 10 oldest cases in the state that have a photograph on file.