The Denver International Airport has been a subject of all kinds of conspiracy theories through the years. The structure, the layouts, the paintings, and other details.
The Denver International Airport Structure
The Denver International Airport is celebrating its 22nd year birthday on February 2017. When the first plane departs from its first flight the ramblings started. Initially, the story centered on the aerial view of the airport. It is said that Denver International Airport appears like a swastika from above. In addition, conspiracy theorists claimed the airport's layout was purposely designed for UFO's landing site given its location, which is surrounded by the desert, reported, Telegraph.
The Denver International Airport Interior
Conspiracy theorists soon switched their interest to the Denver International Airport's interior. Over the years the Denver International Airport has made steps to fill its terminal building, and the surrounding area, with magnificent artwork. One hotly intrigued masterpiece is the Mustang, by El Paso artist Luis Jiménez. The giant, red-eyed horse sculpture at the gates of the airport really did kill the sculptor who created it. He died of blood loss when part of the statue fell on him in his studio, says, Gizmodo. A section of it fell on him, severing an artery in his leg.
The Denver International Airport has a vast collection of bizarre murals by Leo Tanguma, which is now removed, that greatly yielded interest.Some paintings entitled, In Peace and Harmony With Nature and The Children of the World Dream of Peace, they depicted the victory of environmentalism and peace over war and annihilation. However, according to some conspiracy theorists, the true agenda is that of New World Order.
Furthermore, the existence of gargoyles sculptures in the Denver International Airport is also said to bespeak that evil is lurking around. Conspiracy theorists additionally claimed that the airport is just a surface covering the basement that connects underground tunnels to a city set up for future use specifically world war III.