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Some folks say the technical problems experienced by the Denver International Airport–and the strange things that happen to its employees and travelers–occurred because the airport was built atop a Native American burial ground.

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Address:
Denver International Airport
Denver, CO
United States

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GPS:
39.8560963, -104.67373759999998
County:
Denver County, Colorado
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  1. I worked here for a number of years and had access to almost every area on the 53 square miles the airport is located on. I can assure everyone that there are no hauntings or conspiracy theories at the facilities. Technical issues experienced at the facilities are due to poor planning and execution when the airport was being built because it went so grossly over budget. The only strange occurrences at the airport that I have heard of have been on the boundaries of the airport by a particular perimeter gate, and at a location owned by the airport off property.

  2. Every time I go to DIA, weather I’m picking up someone or traveling, I always feel like someone is watching me. But when I look around, no one is looking at me. Also, Denver International Airport has many creepy pieces of art and areas.

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