You might think the Denver International Airport is a fun place you might visit on your next trip to Colorado. But it's also the place where a lot of weird things (might) be happening - some of which are tied to conspiracy theories. Denver airport conspiracy theories range from being a site of an Illuminati led plot against the world, to a satanic effort to get people to look at phallic symbols. Strange happenings at the Denver International Airport include military planes flying overhead, to comets passing by give proof of the various conspiracies that surround the airport.
However, the main conspiracy seems to be the one that suggests that DIA isn't just a black hole where travelers' luggage disappears never to be seen again. Some conspiracy theorists look at the big picture and want the sheeple to open their eyes. Checkout these Denver airport conspiracy theories in all of their half-baked glory.
Denver Airport Could Be Used For Continuation Of Government Operations In Case Of A Catastrophic Nuclear War
The United States has contingencies for what to do if the country is attacked by nuclear weapons, whether from Russia, North Korea, terrorists, or any other nuclear power. Allegedly, the Denver International Airport has facilities to help maintain the continuity of government should such an attack occur.
The evidence pointing to this? The strange tunnels, obviously. They also point to the fact that the project was massively over budget and used multiple contractors to obscure the true nature of the construction. Some conspiracy theorists even say there's a city-sized structure under the airport. But the supposed city doesn't end with Denver, rather there are dozens of such locations throughout the country that are connected with tunnels.
There's A Massive Deep Underground Military Base Involved In Numerous Conspiracies
There's a massive complex of tunnels under the airport, and conspiracy theorists use them to show the place isn't just a transit hub, but could be used as a giant prison. Conspiracy website Intellihub - which also promotes conspiracies around the Sandy Hook shooting rampage and that the food supply has been spiked to cause sterilization - says a construction worker who built the tunnels has information about the system's true purpose. Stu Webb told the publication there are several underground buildings connected by tunnels big enough to drive a bus through. The website suggests that they are part of a massive Deep Underground Military Base.
It's The Location Of The Freemason Meeting Place When The Aliens Come
The Freemasons, a secret society with a long list of prominent members from American history, will use Jeppesen Terminal as a meeting site once the true nature of the airport is revealed. Conspiracy theorists aren't pointing to some cryptic symbols or shady eye-witness reports about what is going on at the airport, rather a Mason symbol is front and center in the airport as plain as day. The symbol is a part of the capstone for the airport and has a time capsule buried underneath it.
The stone itself has several unique features such as odd geometric shapes and even says the phrase "New World Airport Commission" on it, which sounds almost too on the nose for being a crypto-signal or some sort. The plaque has an extremely suspicious and strange feature with a device that looks like a keyboard on it that conspiracy theorists say is a piece of techno-geometery used to communicate directional information to aliens.
There Are Secret Bunker Doors With Secret Numbers
The secret bunker doors of the secret underground city of the DIA are also shrouded in a conspiracy because they have secret numbers. For example, one area is coded to quarantine people if there is a biological weapons attack on the United States. The codes in the airport are also specifically made to keep people confused and to make it difficult to know what level of the supposed underground structure they are on. There is a door that allegedly will allow people to have "swift access" to certain parts of the bunker if their clearance with the Department of Defense is high enough.