The conspiracies of the Denver airport

The conspiracies of the Denver airport

The new Denver airport was built in 1995 despite the fact that Denver, Colorado already had a perfectly fine airport, Stapleton. Stapleton was closed soon after the new airport was built to reduce competition.

The new airport has less runways and less gates than the previous airport, and it contains plenty of unused surrounding land that is being kept untouched in case of “future expansion,” said the Chicago Business Report. The new airport was originally on a budget of $1.7 billion, but by the time all the problems were fixed with the project, the airport cost $4.8 billion.

“They were buried in technical problems, had poor project management, overwhelming complexity, and it is America’s most inconvient airport,” stated locals.

As if all the complications aren’t weird enough, when the airport first opened it was filled with skeptical and frightening wall murals. A mural of a little blonde girl with a Star of David on her chest and a bible in her hands, and a Native American women are both laying in coffins.

There is a giant man in a gas mask holding a sword and machine gun surrounded by children sleeping on piles of bricks in burning cities. Women are cradling their dead babies in their hands.

As if that isn’t terrifying enough, there are buildings with entire runways constructed underneath the ground that were apparently “built wrong,” stated one of the construction workers when the airport was finally finished.

Last, but certainly not least, the Denver Airport has runways shaped like swasticas. Airport runways work most efficiently when they are parrallel with one another, so what is the need for the swastica?

Conspiracy theories have ranged from the airport being built by The New World Order or by a Nazi rebellion. The mystery is still unsolved, but Denver International Airport definately has a lot of skeptics talking.

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