I don’t know how I missed these two videos, which were posted in January. They are of a presentation by a man who says he was a construction worker who helped build DIA in the early 90s and “explains his experience working on secret underground buildings connected to Denver International Airport that were completed before the DIA terminal was started.”

This is very interesting because it’s the first time I’ve seen video of a (claimed) first-hand account of the building of these “secret underground tunnels”— rather than the typical speculations of people who built their theories solely off of stuff they read on the internet. Unclear when the video was shot or who the speaker was. I’m going to take more time to watch these and post more thoughts later.

One immediate thought: The diagram he is using to describe these tunnels is very similar to this one drawn by Stew Webb many years ago, but not the same.

UPDATE: It was Stew Webb who took the video. He must’ve just gotten around to YouTube them recently. His site.

See video part 2 below.

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In a recent episode of his new cable show, Conspiracy Theory, former pro-wrestler-turned-Hollywood-turned-governor-turned-whatever Jesse Ventura gave significant airtime to the “mother of all underground bases,” Denver International Airport. Ventura hits on nearly all the popular themes of the DIA Conspiracy, including the Tanguma murals, the New World Airport Commission and apparent tunnels to NORAD. The DIA Conspiracy has officially hit the big time.

After the jump, watch another clip of the episode, “Apocalypse 2012,” of Ventura being “confronted” by DIA airport security, the gargoyles and  more great stuff about underground tunnels!

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The blog Pakalert Press compiled a list of “known or suspected U.S. Underground Bases.”

Click below to read what they said about DIA.
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In 1994, Alex Christopher and Phil Schneider gained access to the underground facilities beneath Denver International Airport before it officially opened.

Below are some of the photos they took, along with commentary written by Ms. Christopher in 1995: Read the rest of this entry »