Denver International Airport conspiracy theories on display for spooky October

Denver International Airport is celebrating its many conspiracy theories with an art gallery, tours and a costume contest.
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The A Line by DIA. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

This sounds like the only haunted house that I could bear visiting. Denver International Airport is celebrating its many conspiracy theories with an art gallery, tours and a costume contest. 

For the casual conspiracy theorist, there's the temporary art gallery open 24-hours a day this month on level 5 west of the Jeppesen Terminal. If you can't find that, I suggest chalking it up to a meta-conspiracy to keep us in the dark and checking out some of these photos from the exhibit.

Proof that the gallery does exist. (Courtesy of Denver International Airport)

The amateur theorist can take it to the next level and book an hour-long art tour on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday. DIA promises to "take visitors on a journey through the most talked about public art installations at DEN and how they have become connected with the Illuminati, aliens and more."

And the full-fledged, wake-up-sheeple conspiracy theorists should plan to attend the airport's costume party on Oct. 20 at 5 p.m. because nothing says "I believe" as ardently as dressing up as your favorite conspiracy character. There will also be a free screening of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," but I like to think the costumes will be the better show.

The airport promises more details on its Oct. 20th event later in the month.

(Courtesy of Denver International Airport)
(Courtesy of Denver International Airport)

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