Denver International Airport is a building surrounded by mystery and intrigue.
Denver International Airport (DIA) has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories since it's opening in 1995.
Many investigators have directly questioned airport officials in an attempt to dispel the myriad of rumours - officials however have been reported to be evasive and secretive which has fuelled the conspiratorial fires.
In this article, a number of the DIA's "oddities" along with conspiracy theories surrounding them have been outlined.
The Construction of DIA
Many have questioned the unorthodox approach to the construction of the airport.
Usually, a main contractor will run a construction project from start to finish, with sub-contractors being hired in to complete specialised packages of work (steelwork, electrics, plumbing). On DIA however, main contractors and sub contractors were hired to carry out small packages of works only, then dismissed from the site.
Many have speculated that this was a tactic to ensure that no construction worker saw the full scale of the construction.
Five large buildings were fully constructed and subsequently deemed to have been positioned incorrectly - unusually, they were buried and the current airport constructed on top of the "incorrect" structures.
The cost of the project over-ran significantly, from $1.5 billion to $5.3 billion.
The layout of the airport from an aerial view, appears to have been designed in a shape resembling a swastika - synonymous with the Nazi party - it should be noted however that the swastika symbol may not necessarily be sinister, the symbol is over three thousand years old and has been used by many cultures to represent life, the sun, power, strength and good luck.
The swastika shape may have also been a fluke, based upon an optimum airport / runway design
Phil Schneider was an ex-governmental geologist who turned whistleblower on many covert operations. During a series of high profile lectures, he revealed that in the last year of DIA construction, the underground levels of the airport were connected to a vast eight level deep underground base.
Phil Schneider also made comment in regard to an unusual and high level of electro-magnetic energy which he personally experienced within the underground tunnels.
These revelations led to much speculation about the usage of the underground facility - I have come across a number of speculations, including, the base will be an "ark" - used in the event of a cataclysmic planetary event, others believe that it is a secret military base, a test ground for secret experimental technology or weaponry. There is even speculation that the base could be used as a concentration camp.
Many of the properties within close vicinity to DIA are "hot property" - reputedly, even the Queen of England has purchased property close to the airport under an alias. I cannot however confirm or deny these claims, but the rumours add weight to the theories that the airport (or what is below it) has far more significance in terms of future events than is commonly known.
Mysterious Cracked Plane Windshields
In February 2007, aviation authorities were investigating why at least fourteen plane windshields cracked.
On Friday 16/02/07 - during 50 mph winds, eight planes that were taking off or landing at the airport experienced severely cracked windshields.
On the same day, three air-borne aircraft and three stationary aircraft experienced the same phenomenon.
The National Transportation Safety Board who investigated the incident ruled out impact from flying debris.
Air safety Investigators however, stated that the cracking was due to fine particles of foreign debris causing deep pitting which lead to cracking.
In March 07, one further airborne craft experienced cracking to the windshield after taking off from DIA.
The affected planes were of various makes and models, fortunately, all airborne planes managed to land safely.
Many have speculated that the cracking would more likely have been caused by the use of very high or very low frequency emissions emanating from the DIA vicinity.
In December 2008, a plane skidded off the runway (veering 2000 feet off course) during takeoff, the plane then inexplicably burst into flames. Forty passengers were injured in the accident.
Reporters noted "A crack encircled much of the fuselage near the trailing edge of the wings"
A full investigation is currently underway into the cause of the accident, a statement will then be released regarding probable cause.
Mystery Surrounding DIA Art and Sculp
In the great hall within DIA, is a mounted capstone (containing a time capsule)- in the centre is a Masonic square and compass symbol and the wording beneath reads "New World Airport Commission", investigation into this organisation indicates that it is peculiar to DIA alone - formed by private funders and local businessmen around the airport. It caught public attention because of the similarity to the "New World Order"
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