The theories have been passed around on conspiracy forums and youtube for years, and were also the subject of an episode of jesse ventura’s tru tv show conspiracy theory.
Although one of the underlying themes of the various conspiracy theories regarding dia holds that stapleton was a fine airport and didn’t need to be replaced,. Some artwork at dia seems suspicious to some people, who are convinced the airport is part of a plot by the freemasons, or the illuminati, or a colony of lizard people. Ever since dia opened to the public on february 28, 1995, after numerous delays and nearly $2 billion over budget, the airport has been a hub not only for united and frontier, but also for our nation's most salacious airport-themed conspiracy theories.
Another year, another local tv news station in denver offers an obligatory story about dia conspiracy theories this one focuses mostly on the underground city theory this one focuses mostly on the underground city theory. One of two gargoyles at denver international airport “notre denver” by artist terry allen october 20, 2016 “we have a ceo (kim day) who really embraces the conspiracy ideas,” said heath montgomery, senior public information officer for dia.
An aerial view of the runways at denver international airport shows that they resemble the shape of a swastika this is not a typical formation for an airport's runways this is not a typical formation for an airport's runways.
Dia spokesperson, emily williams, told the denver post “i think we recognize that conspiracy theories are part of our brand it’s a fun way that we can engage with our passengers” each poster highlights the most popular conspiracy theories about the ‘creepy’ airport.
Denver international airport (iata: den, icao: kden, faa lid: den), also commonly known as dia, is an international airport in denver, colorado, united states at 33,531 acres (13,570 ha, 524 sq mi), it is the largest airport in the united states by total land area.
8 conspiracy theories about the denver airport that'll freak you out the denver airport is kind of a weird place. Came across this facebook album devoted to leo tanguma, the artist behind the four murals at denver airport that has been the basis of so much conspiracy theorizing the fb page that created it is titled conspiracy theories & the illuminati (devoted to alex jones, natch. Even before the current denver international airport opened in 1995, even when it was a mere blueprint, it was the subject of countless conspiracy theories to this day, the notoriously bizarre airport is shrouded in secrecy, riddled with weird statues and creepy art, and abounding in myths.