Debates and Discussions

Reader: Art at Denver International Airport is super creepy

Another day, another conspiracy regarding Denver International Airport. If it's not Martians living under the floor, it's "Mustang" shooting his devil gaze into the heavens, or the New World Order sending secret communications via the murals. See also: - New World Order! Conspiracy theories keep landing at Denver International Airport - DIA conspiracy theorists "continually surprise and delight us," says airport spokeswoman

Says newworldorderblog:

Dis-information is a method used by modern day main stream media all of the time....

I have seen the murals, paintings, and time caps in person many times. They are beyond weird; and they are super creepy. I have traveled through this airport many times; and I have also researched this topic on both sides. My mom even used to work for United Airlines on the tar mat after this airport was first built. It is because of some of her experiences that I even know some things that I know now. From what I know, based upon research, DIA is probably housing nuclear reactors/weapons; and definitely continuation of government.

I think this obvious.

Maybe it's obvious from the "tar mat." What do you think of DIA conspiracy theories? Post your thoughts below.


KEEP WESTWORD FREE... Since we started Westword, it has been defined as the free, independent voice of Denver, and we'd like to keep it that way. With local media under siege, it's more important than ever for us to rally support behind funding our local journalism. You can help by participating in our "I Support" program, allowing us to keep offering readers access to our incisive coverage of local news, food and culture with no paywalls.
Patricia Calhoun co-founded Westword in 1977; she’s been the editor ever since. She’s a regular on the weekly CPT12 roundtable Colorado Inside Out, played a real journalist in John Sayles’s Silver City, once interviewed President Bill Clinton while wearing flip-flops, and has been honored with numerous national awards for her columns and feature-writing.
Contact: Patricia Calhoun