Sunday, October 9, 2016
Denver Airport Celebrates Conspiracies
Opened in 1995, the airport has long been discussed among conspiracy theorists as a central location connected to the infamous NWO, or "New World Order."
The belief has been driven in large part by the series of strange and disturbing paintings that can be found in the airport. Conspiracy writers and researchers have long believed that the paintings depict various plans in motion by the NWO.
For years, airport officials have professed that the paintings are merely artistic displays and have nothing to do with secret societies or conspiracies.
But now, Denver Airport CEO Kim Day has announced that, during the month of October, the airport will stop denying the conspiracies and embrace them instead:
“Whether it’s because of our impressive size, expansive infrastructure or robust public art program, Denver International Airport has long heard the rumors, innuendo and internet chatter about being the center of conspiracies – from the absurd to the entertaining, Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura even asserted in his 2010 show Conspiracy Theory that, ‘There’s a lot of strange things about this airport.’ So, we are dedicating the month of October to embracing that strangeness and sharing in the fun. Because, after all, we couldn’t really hide all of these happenings from the millions of people who visit this airport each year.”
Events include a tour of the airport's conspiracy related art, an exhibit titled "Conspiracies Theories Uncovered," and a contest called "What's under the Den?" with the grand prize being a tour of the airport's famous underground facilities.
More information can be found at the DIA FB event page: