Conspiracy “whistle-blower” on Denver airport ads: This is exactly what a conspiracy would do
“New concessions? Or new conspiracies?” asks one of the posters
Denver International Airport is making a public display out of its darkest and deepest supposed secrets. In large new signs plastered around the main terminal, the airport authority gives props to the aliens, Freemasons and Illuminati agents that are rumored to haunt the facility’s secret tunnels.
“New concessions? Or new conspiracies?” asks one of the posters, complete with pictures of the demonic-looking horse “Blucifer,” gargoyles, a UFO and assorted food items.
The graphics are plastered over temporary walls that surround construction zones in the airport. One hints that that the wall is hiding a “new Illuminati headquarters,” or a “remodeling of the lizard people’s lair” — or just new restaurants.
Emily Williams, a spokesperson for the airport, said the airport is officially embracing the conspiracy conjecture. (The Denver Post previously compiled a guide to the most popular theories.)
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