When Denver International Airport opened on Feb. 28, 1995, the final cost was $4.8 billion dollars.
The Airport has a giant 32-feet-tall, 9,000 pound horse sculpture called Blue Mustang, aka the “devil horse” or “Blucifer”. Some also refer to it as the pale horse of the apocalypse with red glowing eyes. Part of it fell on its author Luis Jiménez in 2006, killing him.
The Airport has a huge underground network of tunnels for baggage transfers so big that speeding tickets are issued from time to time. There is an incredible 470,000 plus square feet of space below the Airport. More than 1000 employees work there daily.
They have a talking Gargoyle that comes and goes as needed.
They have a dedication stone provided by the Freemasons “New World Airport Commission”. The date of the airport’s dedication is March 19, 1994. Does 33 mean anything to you?
The Art is extra freaky. The more you look at it the more you find.