Denver International Airport has attracted a bunch of creepy publicity, despite being a new airport, and the airport’s CEO is in on it.
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Following are excerpts from an article by Lauren Milici at indy100 dot com, entitled “5 reasons why people think Denver Airport is the creepiest in the world”.
A sealed time capsule contains a plaque that some think points to a New World Order
A dedication plaque at the airport’s south entrance is embedded with a Freemasons symbol and contains a time capsule. The capsule, which is set to be opened in 2094, supposedly contains artifacts relevant to Denver culture. Some consider the Freemasons symbol to be a little suspect, as the organization has been subject to its own theories for a number of years. “We do have two Masonic symbols on here because the Masons actually made this for us,” said media relations chief Heath Montgomery. “It’s not uncommon to have the Masons to be a part of large public facility openings, like an airport.”
Underneath the symbol, however, is the inscription, “New World Airport Commission.” According to the DIA’s website, no such group exists. This has lead to the popular theory that the airport itself was built by the New World Order. The NWO is an alleged group of global elites that are plotting to take over the world, not unlike the Illuminati. Theorists believe the airport’s multi-billion dollar cost was due in part to the construction of a headquarters for the group. The airport being a front for secret societies would explain away the weird vibes, art, and other rumors that plague the facility.
Gargoyles loom over baggage claim
“Notre Denver” (by artist Terry Allen) features two bronze gargoyles, perched inside suitcases, that loom over the east and west baggage claim areas. According to the description on the DIA website: “Historically, gargoyles were placed on buildings to protect the site. Denver International Airport’s gargoyles sit slightly above travelers’ heads to help ensure the safe arrival of baggage.”
While some believe gargoyles are symbols of evil, others believe their strange or scary faces are meant to ward off evil spirits.
In 2019, as part of the campaign to embrace their strange reputation, DIA installed an interactive, animatronic Gargoyle that guests can chat with in real time.
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