Just made a video about Denver Airport and the Murals.
I was flying through the place on a connecting flight and thought I might as well make the most of it and check out the murals everyone buzzes on
So I spoke to one of the airline staff who was walking about and asked her where they were.
She told me to take the monorail to the main terminal (A I think it was) and they were off to the sides of the main 'area'
Before she went I asked her if she'd heard of the rumours that a base might be underneath the place.
She laughed and said she and her collegues often spoke about that, it was the work-place rumour and doesn't seem to go away. Her attitude was
easy-going and she wasn't bothered by me asking.
Before I left her she said to look out for the gargoyles in the suitcases.
I had a look for them but no avail.
I did get the four main murals plus some other ones though. I made it into a video which is below
My views are mixed on the Murals and conspiracy. There's truth to both sides of it. The biggest red flag is the fact the 2 main murals are in the
wrong order to convey the sense of light over dark that the artists argues.
The first pair of murals at DIA in your vid (one has the burning columns) are to the northwest of the main security checkpoint. I walked by them the
other day. I can't remember where the other pair is (one has the guy with the sword and gun).
As for the gargoyles coming out of suitcases, they are in the baggage claim area, on the walls that are on the same side as the elevators.
And Blucifer (the mustang) is out on Pena boulevard, which is the road that goes to/from the airport. Specifically, it is right where that road goes
from north/south to east/west.
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