DIA’s New ‘Haunted Colorado’ Exhibit Showcases Spooky Reputation
Denver International Airport (DIA) has always had an intriguing reputation, to say the least. Some might even call it spooky.
There have been many rumors like Blucifer, being the Illuminati headquarters, hosting lizard people, being a hub for extraterrestrial communication, and some say DIA is an underground bunker built for elites.
This Halloween the airport has a new exhibit called “Haunted Colorado."
The exhibit shows hot spots for supernatural activity in the state and giving insight to some of Colorado's most haunted attractions.
According to a DIA press release, “From cemeteries to hotels to abandoned mines, the exhibit features historical and current artifacts, intriguing objects, photographs and information to both edify, scare and excite."
"Haunted Colorado" is on display now through October located on Ansbacher Hall in the Jeppesen Terminal on Level 6 North.
Fun Service, Gilpin Historical Society & Museum, Molly Brown House, Museum of Colorado Prisons, Reinke Brothers, Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society, Silver Plume; The Stanley Hotel, The Wizards Chest, and Tom “Dr. Colorado” Noel are the participating exhibitors.