Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid catalogues DIA weirdness in a tweetstorm

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Denver International Airport's iconic demonic horse, known as Blucifer. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Denver International Airport's iconic demonic horse, known as Blucifer. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Vernon Reid, guitarist of Living Colour, has been tweeting about the weirdness of Denver International Airport for almost a full day now.

So at this point, Reid has more or less collected all the conspiracy theories I’ve ever heard about DIA. From masonic images,

to the Illuminati,

to Blucifer,

to its underground components, which actually do exist,

to a secret morgue, which is a new one to me.

In terms of area, Denver International Airport is actually the biggest in North America. So hey, maybe that could be it.

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