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On today's episode of Colorado Edition, we hear from janitors who went on strike at the Denver International Airport. We also learn about a new amendment proposal on the November ballot. Plus, we hear about the role of harm reduction techniques in addiction recovery services.
This week, Marisa and Ethan discuss the Denver International Airport and some of the many conspiracy theories surrounding it. Is the Airport a secret meeting ground for the Illuminati or a prison where the New World Order will hold people one day? Does the creepy artwork point to a coming apocalypse? Or is it really just an airport? Follow us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/conspiracycouple/ Email us with your conspiracy suggestions @ email@example.com Follow us on Twitter: @ https://twitter.com/CCpodcast22 Conspiracy Links: https://www.denver.org/blog/post/myths-denver-airport/ https://www.travelandleisure.com/airlines-airports/denver-airport/denver-international-airport-conspiracy-theories https://www.uncovercolorado.com/conspiracy-theories-denver-international-airport/ https://www.flydenver.com/ https://www.9news.com/article/travel/denver-international-airport/denver-international-airport-dia-den-conspiracy-theories/73-f5e1818e-d799-41e2-8614-623cd1e33c39 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denver_International_Airport https://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/denver-airport-conspiracy-theories The Scary Mystery Behind the Denver Airport- The Infographics Show Blucifer the veiny horse is lowkey demonic- MurderMystery &Makeup - Bailey Sarian
Izzy and Rocka return with a new episode of the bad juju series. They discuss the truth and rumors behind the massive Denver International Airport. What about Bluecifer? Aliens and lizard people? The secret society behind it all? Let us know what you thought of the episode and please like, comment, and subscribe to our podcast and YouTube channel!! Thanks for listening!Please follow our social media.Tik tok: @deadairdudesInstagram: deadairdudesTwitter: @deadairdudes
Join us this week for a little conspiracy theory fun as we scratch the surface of the Denver International Airport. Three years over deadline and three billion over budget leave many scratching their heads... what took so long? And what cost so much? Could it be an alien testing facility? Illuminati underground headquarters? Tune in to hear us try to puzzle together what could be going on in the six floors beneath the Denver International Airport. Grab a pumpkin ale and have a drink with us! Cheers!Here's what we're drinking:https://greatdivide.com/beers/pumpkin-ale/https://abita.com/brews/pecan-ale
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Monday September 13th. Today we're joined by Mark Nagel. Nagel was the acting director of security at Denver International Airport on 9/11. The head of security happened to be out of town that day, leaving him in charge. Before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today we're going back to September 13th, 1873 when Felix R Brunot negotiated a deal with the Utes that ceded the San Juan Mountains region to the United States. It became known as the Brunot Treaty. At another council that same year Brunot forced a Utes surrender to legalize the San Juan interlopers. Ouray, who sought peace, convinced Ute factions to back the cession. And federal agents awarded him with an annual annuity and a farm near Montrose. The farm survives today as History Coorado's Ute Indian Museum. Now, our feature story. On September 11th, 2001, Mark Nagel was the acting director of security at Denver International Airport. The head of security was out of town at a conference, leaving Nagel in charge. At about 7 a.m., Nagel learned of the terrorist attacks unfolding on the other side of the country and began to respond, evacuating the hub and implementing new security measures. Colorado Sun reporter Jesse Paul spoke to Nagel about what he remembers from that day 20 years ago and how it changed the aviation industry forever. For more on this story visit us at coloradosun.com. And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Security workers will accompany nurses and staff members of Jefferson County Public Health's three mobile coronavirus vaccine units for the foreseeable future after months of harassment and abuse. Two incidents are being investigated by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and at least one more is being investigated by the Arvada Police Department. Republican Heidi Ganahl on Friday formed a candidate committee to run for governor of Colorado in 2022, confirming months of speculation that she would launch a bid to unseat Democratic Gov. Jared Polis and lead the state. The University of Colorado regent, who is the only Republican official who holds statewide office, is expected to formally announce her bid this week. A state health official on Friday sounded an alarm about the continued spread of the highly contagious delta variant. Colorado has fewer intensive care hospital beds available now than at any other point in the coronavirus pandemic. Scott Bookman, who is Colorado's COVID-19 incident commander, said state dipped below 200 available ICU hospital beds on Thursday. A Colorado State Patrol trooper assigned to a unit that protects the legislature and serves as the security detail for Gov. Jared Polis has been charged with felony menacing. Trooper Jay Hemphill was on duty last month when he allegedly pointed his gun at a motorist at an intersection near the state Capitol. Hemphill has been placed on administrative leave. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Wes and Todd check in with their friend, Artist Topher Straus. They talk about what's been going on since last year during the pandemic, his evolving style, Grand Teton National Park, Hawaii, gallery relationships and their importance, commissions, dealing with rejection, charitable work, wineries, art fairs, marketing, collectors and he shares with us a powerful story. We finish up with another special visit with Topher's son, Oliver, and what's been going on with his artistic endeavors.Join us for a fun and informational conversation with Topher and Oliver Straus.Check out Topher's work on his website:www.topherstraus.comFollow Topher Straus on social media:On Facebook - www.facebook.com/CreativeTopher/On Instagram - www.instagram.com/creativetopher/@creativetopherWant to check out and support some of the charitable organizations that Topher is involved with?BGOLDN - www.bgoldn.orgWings of Hope - www.wingsofhopepcr.orgDenver Center for the Performing Arts - www.denvercenter.org/education/for-educators/?_for_educators=in-school-programsIf you're interested in the Call for Entry for Denver International Airport, go to this link for more info. Deadline 9/7/21https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=9271
Have you ever stepped foot inside D.I.A. ? The largest airport in North America with a unique runway design as well as very questionable art work that has since been removed for obvious reasons. The Denver International airport has tons of conspiracies that have been discussed since the construction was completed. We might leave you with more questions than answers.As always thanks for listening and Connect on Social Media. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.facebook.com/2beardedhomiespodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/2beardedhomiespodcast/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSjJBoAZERfRVi_aPsaxTnw
Join us as we dive into all the Conspiracy Theories involving the Denver International Airport. Nazi Symbolism, Lizard people advertisements, An evil looking Blue Mustang sculpture, Freemasons logo on display and underground tunnels! What is going on at the world's 13th busiest airport? stay tuned to find out!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=51933422)
Many of us have had the opportunity to travel. We all know one of the most nettlesome part of travel is the airport. The long lines and wait can definitely make someone think twice about taking a trip. What if your airport was hiding some secrets. The Denver International Airport is precisely the airport with the most controversial conspiracy secrets from any other airport known around the world. From a horse sculpture thought to be one of the horses of the Apocalypse to not so subliminal imagery in the art seen throughout the airport has many wondering what is hidden behind this massive building's purpose. Tune in and find out what other mysterious things are surrounding one the the most visited airports in the US. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spooksandboots/support
An All-Star edition of Starkville, recorded in the parking lot of Denver International Airport. What could possibly go wrong? Jayson and Doug hand out first-half awards and debate whether pitchers not named Ohtani should be considered for MVP. Then Baseball America's JJ Cooper joins the show to breakdown the MLB Draft and Futures Game. How are teams evaluating amateur talent knowing that sticky stuff may be in use? Finally, in this week's Strange But True, the story behind Daniel Camarena's unlikely grand slam off Max Scherzer. All of that, plus All-Star Trivia. Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougglanville Follow JJ on Twitter: @jjcoop36 Follow Eric Eisenberg on Twitter: @numericsports Follow Mayor Tim on Twitter: @TimMMcMaster Subscribe to The Athletic for just $3.99 per month at theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's been a rough day for Michael after dropping Tamara off at Denver International Airport, and he explains why. President Joe Biden's decline continues in full public view, as he struggles to remember why we went to Afghanistan in the first place.
In the third hour, Mt. Polumbus speaks on Deshaun Watson's potential to play football in 2021, and whether or not the Broncos should consider trading for him if the legal situation gets resolved. The guys listen to Trevor Story's train message at Denver International Airport and try to imagine what he would've liked to say, given his contract situation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode continues the creepy and kooky dive into the wild world of conspiracy theories! If you missed our first look into conspiracy theories, make sure you go back and listen to episode 35, "Hollow Earth, Malaysia Flight 370 & The Mandela Effect." Lynn starts it off by recounting David Paulides' documentary Missing 411, which investigates the mysterious disappearances of over 1,400 people at U.S. National Parks. Are these cases of kidnappings by Bigfoot, abductions by aliens, or trips through cave systems into our Hollow Earth -- and why isn't more being done to solve them? Next, Ana discusses some of the most common mysteries of the oceans: From underwater crystal pyramids that once harnessed a worldwide energy grid to power the lost city of Atlantis, to the existence of mermaids (our aquatic ape ancestors!). You'll leave wondering what lingers in the deep blue depths and why we haven't explored more than just 5% of the earth's oceans at this point? Leanna ends the episode tackling the Denver International Airport, the seemingly routine place to start in order to get to your destination, or the headquarters for the Illuminati and apocalyptic bunker for The New World Order elite? Hear about the statues, art, and symbolism hidden in plain sight that'll make you second guess the next time you have a flight connection at this D.I.A.-bolical location (muah-ha-ha)! What are some of your favorite conspiracy theories we should cover next? Let us know in the episode post on IG @ladiesinprogresspodcast. Content Warning: Contains themes around abduction, missing children, and death. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ladiesinprogresspodcast/support
Kim Day held off retiring to help Denver International Airport navigate the pandemic. Now after 13 years, she's stepping down. Then, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm was recently in Colorado and she's made the transition to clean energy a top priority. Plus, working to keep wildland firefighters on the job. Also, processing grief, through art.
What a weird week we have for you. First, Cassidy brings the story of the urban legend of bodies found under hotel beds that is so far from just a legend, and Chase brings the story of all the theories of Nazis, Freemasons, Aliens, and the New World Order conspiracies around the Denver International Airport. Send your stories to email@example.com Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @uncannydispatch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Denver International Airport seems to be the center of conspiracy; from strange art installations, to nefarious looking runways. Come explore the oddities of the terminals and what may lie beneath them on part 1 of our two-part series.
Hello Everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right track for your week. Thank you so much for listening to the show. Because of YOU, we are Top Rated. Please give us a 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts we sure would appreciate it. A big THANK YOU to all the brave men and women, Yes that means YOU, who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Without you and your dedication we would not have this great country. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work. We all go through difficult times in our lives. Whether it's personal or professional life problems happen. However, you can choose to wallow in your self pity or you can go forward. Because no matter how bad it might seem to you, it's never as bad as it seems and you WILL come through stronger and more resilient. I want to share with you some personal struggles I have been going through recently. What keeps me forging ahead? My Mindset. It was the beginning of April 2021. I was traveling to Arizona to spend a long weekend with my extended family. Many of my aunts, uncles and cousins have migrated to Arizona over the years from Illinois, and I was looking forward to catching up and playing some golf. As my wife drove me to The Denver International Airport we said little to each other as I was lost in thought. When we arrived at the terminal, we both embraced, kissed, and said we loved each other. As I walked away, I watched my wife wave and I waved back as I stepped into the terminal. I didn't realize that moment was going to be the last time we would embrace and tell each other we loved each other. If I would have known this, I would have held her longer and gotten back in her car. When I landed in Phoenix my older sister and cousin were there to pick me up. As we drove towards Fountain Hills (Near Scottsdale), I caught them up with family news from my end and I let them know that my wife was doing fine, and she sent her love. I had a great time in Arizona. I caught up with extended family, played golf and hung out at the pool. It was just what I needed. The day before I was going to head back to Denver, my wife texted me and I asked if I could spend a couple more days in Arizona because she was enjoying the time alone and she needed time to think about things going forward, including our marriage. She also indicated the possibility of some marriage counseling going forward. I was stunned. I didn't know where this was coming from. Sure, we had problems. What marriage doesn't? My wife had to think about our marriage? We can get through anything and have, I thought to myself, but I didn't believe we needed any counseling. Then it hit me. My wife wanted marriage counseling at the beginning of 2021. It was a very tough holiday season (2020) to say the least and our families had been through a lot. I refused marriage counseling because I was always the guy who pushed things way down, a skill I learned in the military and from a long career in law enforcement. And I never liked talking about family problems, marital problems, and MY problems out in the open with other people. Talk about unhealthy. Plus, there weren't any signs our marriage was in serious trouble. Uh huh…Sure there was. I just chose to ignore them most of the time. A lot of people are conditioned to ignore the personal, professional problems or both. It is the proverbial 800lb Gorilla in the room. We all hope it goes away on its own. Here is some advice – It never does. If anything, it gets bigger. My wife and I talked a couple of times while I was still in Arizona, and I told her I would be open to marriage counseling. I learned some time ago that marriage is its own identity, and it can be likened to a small child. If you don't nurture, teach, and feed the child, it won't grow up to be happy and successful. It was time for counseling. When I returned from Denver, my wife and I had a long, tough, and emotional talk where it was decided our marriage was not going to survive, although I wanted to try to salvage our marriage. If there is one thing a painful life event like divorce does is put life into perspective. I have good days and bad days, but the good are starting to outweigh the bad even though we are both navigating a difficult time. Currently, we both have attorney's and are doing most of our communication between them. Hopefully, that can change down the road. How do I deal with the stress of a painful divorce and other life stressors? When I wake up in the morning, I do my best to keep the stress and anxiety at bay and I succeed most of the time. How? I am grateful. I do not get out of the bed until I feel the gratitude through my body. It took some time and practice to get to this point, but now it's second nature. This simple act will change your life. Now I am not grateful that my marriage is ending, but I am grateful for the years I had with my wife and her family. I am grateful that I am alive. I am grateful that I have another day to learn from past mistakes. I am grateful for every positive and uplifting person in my life. I am grateful for my family and my children. I am grateful for all the other successes in my life. I am also grateful for the failures in my life, because without them I would not be where I am today, and I wouldn't be able to continue to grow and learn. I am also grateful that I get several more bites at the apple. The apple of life. I also remind myself of the following: “Things happen for me, not to me.” I have learned a lot over the years and one of the biggest lessons is that my past does not define me. I think most people are stuck in their past and define themselves by their failures. I used to fall into that trap, but I am not that person anymore and I never will be again. I cannot change the past, and I am not going to linger there either. Benjamin Franklin said, “Most men die at 25, we just don't bury them until they are 70.” I have a long, happy, and successful life ahead of me. So do you. I continue to be blessed every day of my life, and I will continue to give back to my fellow humans so they can learn from the mistakes I have made. After all, sharing our collective knowledge makes us all better. This is my rebirth at age 52 and I am just getting started. Go out and conquer your MONDAY. Stay tuned for more great episodes on The CJ Evolution Podcast Patrick
Ever since Denver International Airport aka the DIA, opened to the public on February 28 1995, after numerous delays and nearly $2 billion over budget, the airport is hub to the United States most salacious airport-themed conspiracy theories. The demonic horse greeting visitors, the apocalyptic murals, the involvement of the Freemasons, a Swastika-shaped runways and murals that point to a New World Order takeover or alien invasion. The airport supposedly is possessed by demons, home of the Lizard People, and a headquarters for the Illuminati! Follow the Strangeness! www.strangebrewpodcast.com www.thejuanonjuanpodcast.com FACEBOOK: Strange Brew Podcast www.facebook.com/strangebrewpod INSTAGRAM: TOMCAT https://www.instagram.com/tomcathiphop/?hl=en Strange brew podcast! https://www.instagram.com/strangebrewcanada/?hl=en The Juan on Juan Podcast! https://www.instagram.com/thejuanonjuanpodcast/?hl=en
On this episode, the crew talks about Rachel rehearsing for her first live show in a year, Jaime going to a food tasting for his wedding, and Frank seeing an off Broadway play called Blindness. On this week's Bochinche Bites, Jaime dishes on A-Rod starting a male makeup line and a basebrawl breaking out in a Dominican League. On this week's Frankspiracy News, Frank revisits the spookiness of the Denver International Airport.
In this episode Ashley dives into the bizarre murder of Arlis Perry which is briefly mentioned in the Netflix Sons of Sam documentary. Richelle talks about all of the conspiracy theories that have to do with the Denver International Airport. There is also a guest appearance by Jessica's baby and Richelle's cat! We hope you enjoy!
Beware fellow travelers! As you fly into the Denver International Airport, you will see scenic vistas as well as possible secret societies hiding in plain sight. Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org Sources: Denver International Airport - Wikipedia Welcome to Denver International Airport | Denver International Airport (flydenver.com) Astounding Artwork at the Denver Airport | Meaning and Location of Art Inside D.I.A. (uncovercolorado.com) 50 Years of Conspiracy Theories - Denver Airport Bunker -- New York Magazine - Nymag 50 Years of Conspiracy Theories - New World Order -- New York Magazine - Nymag 8 Conspiracy Theories About The Denver Airport That'll Freak You Out (buzzfeed.com) 32 Masonic Symbols (& What They Mean) - MasonicFind Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Blucifer, The Demon Horse Of DIA | Colorado Public Radio (cpr.org) Blucifer Denver: The Legend of DIA's Killer Blue Mustang Statue - (tanksthatgetaround.com) The Konformist - Daddy's Little Princess Denver International Airport DIA Conspiracy Theories - Snubs Report - YouTube
Oliver Wyman in collaboration with the WTTC recently launched a paper which offered global guidelines around the adoption of innovative digital technologies to enable safe and seamless travel. The paper lays out several best practice recommendations for biometric-enabled digital identities and their use across the end-to-end traveler journey. Denver International Airport has been one of the early adopters with their pilot program and are leading the pack with biometric capabilities. In this episode of the Velocity Podcast, Chris McLaughlin, Chief Operating Officer at Denver International Airport joins Oliver Wyman’s transportation experts Scott Boland-Krouse and Lawrence Burka for a unique insight into the success and learnings from the biometric program.
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Have you visited Denver International Airport and wondered as to why the specific design was picked? Well in episode 15 Josh talks about some of the questionable artwork, aliens, underground tunnels, and statues. Then Linda discusses a story in which a woman befriends expecting mother Bobbie Jo on an online forum. But the woman has one motive, to steal her baby. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/kc.support)
Since its conception in the 80's the Denver International Airport has be the center of controversy and conspiracy. Join us as we dig into some of the conspiracy's you may have heard of as well as some that you probably haven't Check out our new affiliate Para-Box. Go to https://para-box.cratejoy.com?afmc=PARANORMALCY and enter Promo Code PARANORMALCY at check out to get 10% off your first box!Discordhttps://discord.gg/NhZxdPfdEdFollow us on Facebook and Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/unpnormalcy https://www.facebook.com/groups/2147778561941881/ Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/unpnormalcy/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/UNPnormalcy Check out our website https://www.unpnormalcy.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/unpnormalcy)
In episode 11 of season two, Courtney breaks out the tinfoil hats again and talks about the multitude of conspiracies tied to the Denver International Airport. Then Ashleigh gives us all more nightmares with the story of Mikhail Popkov, the Russian serial killer nicknamed “the werewolf”. Find research sources and more info, along with patreon exclusive content at SHEattleontap.com
Alan Roach is a man the World has heard but rarely seen... and he's okay with that. No hyperbole here, I guarantee hundreds of millions of people know his voice. He has been the Public Address Announcer for 13 Super Bowls and the last 6 Olympics. He is also works for the Colorado Avalanche and the Minnesota Vikings. And if you've ever flown into Denver International Airport and ridden the train, he's told you to "Please hold on" and "This train is departing." He grew up in Minnesota where he found a love for working on the radio. His radio gigs took him to Iowa then later to Colorado where he currently resides. Alan is an extremely humble man and is truly appreciative of the wonderful life his voice has given him. But there was a ton of hard work, sacrifice and never ending determination that also helped. A big thank you to Alan Roach for being Unrestricted. Special Thanks:www.douglasandtodd.comwww.wexford-harbour.com/unrestricted
The Lore of the Denver International Airport Are mysterious there mysterious symbols hiding in plain sight? Is the airport connected to a secret society with a underground network of tunnels? Chris explores the signs! Banter with the Beardsleys What movies scared us as kids? we share ours, what are yours? The Mysterious Death of The Toxic Woman Tyler investigates the strange death of Gloria Rameriz, whose death was so strange it physically effected an entire emergency room staff and their health. NEW! The Facebook Bearded Friend Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/760624121461005/ Want to leave us a message to be featured on an episode? click here! https://anchor.fm/beardedthings/message _______________________________________________ Connect with us on all the socials! Facebook: Facebook.com/BeardedThings Instagram: BeardedThingsPod Twitter: Beardedthings YouTube: BeardedThingsPod E-mail: email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode we discuss The Denver International Airport and the conspiracy theories surrounding it's construction, the Demon Horse welcoming visitors, the murals depicting the apocalypse, gargoyles emerging from suitcases, and the Illuminati's possible connection.
In this small spooky episode Lisa and sam analyze some of the legends and myths surrounding the Denver International Airport Sources: https://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/denver-airport-conspiracy-theories --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We begin with a supposedly cursed guitar that was purchased by a somewhat infamous Vegas resident. Then folklorist and self-proclaimed "lover of all things weird" Prof. Jeannie Banks Thomas joins us to talk about how knowledge of folklore can help average people just like you and me. Her "SLAP" test for questionable online content might save you a bunch of embarrassment and guilt, not to mention help make social media a bit more factual. SLAP stands for scare, logistics, A-listers, and prejudice, and these represent four elements are big red flags for folklorists that a piece of information might just be a rumor or legend. We end with a discussion of another of Professor Thomas's favorite topics, the strangeness of Denver International Airport.
On today's episode of Macrodosing, the crew takes a deep dive into the conspiracies revolving the Denver International Airport. Enjoy the show! 5:00 Billy’s first meeting with Arian 6:10 Arian’s awkward first handshake with Big T 9:10 Coley’s dad was a participant in MK Ultra 15:00 Charles Manson was actually a good songwriter 17:30 Arian ended up really becoming fascinated by the Denver Airport 19:30 Painting conspiracy 23:00 Is the Denver Airport actually twice the size of Manhattan? 28:00 Why would they leave bread crumbs behind if the airport is something more? 31:00 Free Mason time capsule 32:10 Why was the airport $2 billion over budget? 36:00 We need our own time capsule 40:00 Arian was asked to be a Free Mason 45:10 Bluecifer the neon-eyed horse 52:30 Gargoyles: good or bad? 55:00 Gargoyles 1:00:15 Back from pissing 1:02:00 Construction of the Airport 1:06:55 NORAD 1:15:00 PFT's Grandfather 1:18:00 PFT says it with his chest 1:24:00 Everyone agrees that it's real 1:26:00 National Treasure 1:28:30 Woody Harrelson 1:38:00 Aliens
Good Morning, Colorado, and welcome to the Daily Sun-Up with The Colorado Sun. It’s Tuesday March 16th, and we’re feeling lucky to start the day with you. Join us daily for an in-depth look at one of our top stories. Today - Advocates are pushing for greater support of Colorado’s search and rescue crews. Before we begin, let’s take a look at what happened on this day in Colorado history - adapted from Derek R Everett’s book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we take you back to March 16th, 1905 when partisanship and personalities collided to place three men in the governor's office in just 24 hours. The 1904 election between Democrat Alva Adams and the incumbent, Republican James Peabody, was full of corruption on both sides. Both claimed victory which ultimately led to the swearing in of an entirely new candidate, Republican Lt. Gov. Jesse F. McDonald. Now, our feature story. Colorado’s search and rescue crews volunteer their time to go into the backcountry at any time of day or night to look for people who may be their own friends. Reporter Jason Blevins talks with Lucy Haggard about what these crews are up against and why advocates are redoubling efforts to make sure volunteers are supported in their work — and their mental health. To read more about Colorado’s search and rescue crews, go to coloradosun.com. Thanks for listening. Before we go here are a few stories you should know about today: The Colorado Supreme Court says Democrats violated the state constitution when they used computers to speed read long bills out loud. The court ruling released Monday is the latest in a battle that started in 2019, when GOP lawmakers requested a 2,000 page bill to be read in its entirety. Democrats saw the request as an effort to stall the lawmaking process. The 4-3 high court decision did not specify the rules for future legislation readings. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/15/colorado-supreme-court-speed-reading-lawsuit-decision/ Colorado’s updated unemployment rate shows the state is in better economic condition than experts thought. The state labor department announced December’s unemployment rate was 6.9%, down from the previously estimated 8.4%. Most months since April 2020 were adjusted after a review that took into account revised population and workforce data. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/15/colorado-pandemic-job-loss-unemployment-rate/ The snowstorm that blanketed the Front Range this weekend was Denver’s fourth largest in the city’s recorded weather history. Denver International Airport received 27 inches of snow. The three storms larger than this one occurred in 1946, 2003 and 1913. Snow totals across the Front Range ranged from 17 inches in Greeley, to 40 inches at Red Feather Lakes in Larimer County. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/15/denver-snowstorm-record-books/ For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good Morning, Colorado, and welcome to the Daily Sun-Up from the Colorado Sun. It’s Monday March 15th, and we’re feeling lucky to start the day with you. Join us daily for an in-depth look at one of our top stories. Today -- Two of the largest water storage options in the American West are at record low levels. And despite the need, building a dam can be more challenging than you think. Before we begin, let’s go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett’s book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today we take you back to March 15th, 1877 when Colorado’s first state legislature met in Denver. The General Assembly and Governor John L. Routt hammered out legislation on issues, some fundamental and some symbolic. Among the latter, no statue trumped the one signed by Routt on this day which determined the state seal. Now, our feature story. Lake Mead and Lake Powell, two of the American West’s largest water storage options, are at record low levels. Yet in northern Colorado, water managers are asking for permission to build more dams. Reporter Michael Booth talks with Lucy Haggard about the proposed Chimney Hollow project and explains why building a dam in Colorado is easier said than done. To read more about the chimney hollow dam project, go to coloradosun.com. Thanks for listening. Finally, here are a few stories you should know about today: A massive blizzard on Colorado’s Front Range has led to closures Monday, including at the state capitol. The storm, which started rolling in on Saturday, dropped anywhere from one to three feet of snow from Denver to the Wyoming border. I-70 and I-25, two of Colorado’s major highways, closed multiple times over the weekend as crews worked to keep up with the snow. Denver International Airport also halted flights Sunday. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/14/colorado-winter-storm-march-2021/ Every Coloradan age 16 and older will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine by mid-April. Governor Jared Polis said Friday that overlapping the vaccine’s distribution phases will ensure demand and supply are adequately matched. The next phase, 1b4, will open up vaccine access this Friday for those 50 years and older, as well as many essential workers. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/12/jared-polis-coronavirus-briefing-vaccines-march-12/ Democrat Gregg Smith will not run to unseat Republican Representative Lauren Boebert, Smith announced Monday. He announced his candidacy shortly after the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6 but faced criticism for his connections to the private security firm Blackwater. A number of other democrats have since jumped into the 2022 congressional race, and Smith said he feels confident one of them can beat Boebert. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you’ll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don’t forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Your favorite hosts Mollie (@molliemm9) and Bridget (@bridget_suckit) uncover the tunnels and secrets of the Denver International Airport with special guest Matt Spurlin. Rate and review us on Apple podcasts. Like what ya hear? Become a Patreon patron!
Shoe Shiner & YouTube celebrity Jason Dornstar takes us through his improv shoe shine at Denver International Airport to making it his passion and achieve YouTube stardom. Let's hangout and have Jason fill us in on his journey and how he navigated through the 2020 lockdown to keep his business growing. Jason: www.teamshineforce.com www.youtube.com/user/dorn0114 www.instagram.com/dornstarshines ** If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping us share our stories! Join Us! Instagram: Hangout Talks: instagram.com/hangouttalks Peter: instagram.com/peter_thesuitedmarketer Triet: instagram.com/mrgood_all www.mrgood-all.com Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Sam and Apex discuss the weird cult like symbolism at CPAC 2021, Biden's actions in The Middle East, Denver International Airport conspiracy theories, and more! Sam also takes calls from the audience in the 3rd hour of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whitfieldreport/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whitfieldreport/support
PETE SANTILLI SHOW - #2339 - 9AM EASTERN WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 24, 2021 LIVE BROADCAST: https://vimeo.com/event/706533 EP 2339-9AM Trains, Planes and Tankers On Fire and Exploding A United Airlines flight experienced engine failure after taking off from Denver International Airport on Saturday but landed safely after dropping debris over northern Colorado, officials said.The Hawaii-bound jet was a Boeing 777 with 10 crew members and 231 passengers on board, according to reports. Frightening video recorded from inside the plane showed the damaged engine on fire. https://thepetesantillishow.com/archives/17009
In this episode of the pod, the group discusses a variety of conspiracy theories ranging from who really directed the Return of the Jedi, microchips in the COVID vaccine, the death and potential life of Elvis Presley, and whether Denver International Airport really has a secret living facility below it. Settle in because this one is worth the listen.
In this episode we talk with 3-time TGIFridays World Championship finalist, Corporate Trainer, and Podcast Host, Brad Kaplan. We discuss how Brad went from wanting to be a high school teacher, to working his way up tending bar in a bowling alley, learning to flair, competing at the highest level, running competitions and seminars, and now blasting bad Yelp reviews as co-host of the successful, 3 Stars Podcast. Is there a science to Yelp reviews? And how much do they really mean? He is currently working at the Denver International Airport. Is it true there might be a secret city below the airport? And, are there really hidden secret society symbols throughout? He may not know for sure, but you have to hear his first hand account of some of the strange things he's seen and heard. All this, and much more, in this the first of two episodes. Episode archived at http://www.barstarspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/barstarspodcast)
Good Morning, Colorado, and welcome to the Daily Sun-Up from the Colorado Sun. It’s Monday February 15th, and we’re feeling lucky to start the day with you. Join us daily for an in-depth look at one of our top stories. Today we’re discussing an upcoming study from Children’s Hospital of Colorado that works with children who lost their sense of smell after contracting COVID-19. Before we begin, let’s go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett’s book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we take you back to February 22nd, 1819 when Secretary of State John Adams and Spanish envoy Luis de Onis signed an agreement which transferred Florida to american control, and drew a clear border across North America between the two countries. In modern Colorado the Adams-Onis boundary followed the Arkansas River and extended north through Middle and North Parks. And now, our feature story. An upcoming study from Children’s Hospital of Colorado will work with kids who lost their sense of smell due to COVID-19. Olfaction training, as it’s called, has been done in other settings before, as repeated exposure to a scent can retrain the brain’s ability to process it. Reporter Jen Brown spoke with Lucy Haggard to explain how doctors will help young noses regain their strength. To read more about the study, go to coloradosun.com. Thanks for listening. Finally, here are a few stories you should know about today: A Boeing 777 plane on its way to Hawaii made an emergency landing Saturday when one of its engines exploded just minutes after leaving Denver International Airport. Authorities are looking into why the engine failed, raining debris across the north metro area. But no one was hurt or killed. Boeing 777-200 jets are designed to fly with one engine should the other fail. More than a quarter of Colorado’s population has received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. Urban areas generally have more robust healthcare resources, but a handful of small, rural counties are leading in vaccination rates. Public health officials say limited supply remains the most limiting factor. So communities that have vaccinated those who are eligible will still have to wait until the state lets everyone move ahead to the next phase. A handful of Republican-led bills in Colorado’s statehouse seek to change the state’s gold standard voting processes. One bill would require voters to request their mail-in ballot, instead of receiving it automatically. Another bill would mandate that vote counts be finished on Election Day. The bills likely won’t get far in the Democratic-controlled chambers. But they are similar to others proposed across the country following the divisive 2020 election. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you’ll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don’t forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy 21st Episode!! A new look and a lickity, sipity, lemony to kick it off right! This weeks episode is HEAVY, as Morgan covers the Denver International Airport and Taylar dives deep into the American UFO based religious cult, Heaven's Gate. To receive 44% off at Asia Kay Salon please visit asiakaysalon.com or their instagram @asiakaysalonSend in your very own Creepy Accounts to creepsandcrimespodcast.com Let's Eat. Pray. Love. the heck out of these next few months! We love you all and happy 21st!!
The Denver Airport was built by the New World Order. The Denver Airport contains the international headquarters of the Illuminati. Collectively, the Satanic art installations of the Denver International Airport point towards an impending planned apocalypse. The Denver International Airport is built atop a massive underground city built to house the global elite after the lizard Illuminati brings about the apocalypse. These are just SOME of the conspiracies that have floated around on the web regarding DIA since it opened in February 1995. Today on Timesuck, I address these conspiracies and others and then walk through how the accusations are either simply not possible or how there are perfectly reasonable explanations behind aspects of DIA that have been accused of being nefarious in nature. I poke logic holes in many of the conspiracies because I am ONE OF THE REPTILIAN ELITE! JOIN ME WHEN WE SOON GATHER UNDER THE DENVER AIRPORT TO BRING ABOUT A NEW WORLD ORDER! Jk? Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LXLBKybeuXs Merch - https://badmagicmerch.com/ Discord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89v COTC private FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cultofthecurious/ For all merch related questions/problems: email@example.com (copy and paste) Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcast Wanna become a Space Lizard? We're over 10,000 strong! Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcast Sign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If your interested in the very weird things that go on at the Denver International Airport this is the episode for you! Jillian takes Paige on a verbal tour of one of the largest airports in the world! And the twins discuss the crazy mysteries that seem to plague DIA! Want to share a crazy tale of your own with us? email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @taleswithtwins Twitter: @TalesWithTwins Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=48707279 (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=48707279) Paypal: Paypal.me/taleswithtwins Theme Music By: Brooke J. Robertson
In part one, we discuss the Atlanta Child Murders- a spree of heinous murders against black children in Atlanta, Georgia between the years of 1979-1981. Wayne Williams was convicted of two of these murders, but only with circumstantial evidence, which leads some to believe he wasn’t the only serial killer active during these times. Part two is about the creepy conspiracies of the Denver International Airport. Is it under the control of the Illuminati? Are they hiding aliens in underground bunkers? And what exactly do those eery murals mean?
Hope everyone is having a happy holiday! The new year is just around the corner and we're stoked. For this episode, Kait and Harrison sit down and talk about the Denver International Airport (DIA). Sounds kind of uneventful right? WRONG! This airport is on another level in terms of artwork, random extra buildings, UNDERGROUND BUILDINGS and underground tunnels. The landmass alone is the size of Manhattan, making it the second largest airport in the world (and way over budget!!) AND FOR WHAT? Listen as Kait and Harrison discuss popular conspiracy theories about the airport. Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @spookyshowpod Follow Kait on Twitter & Instagram: @bubblinequeen Follow Harrison on Twitter & Instagram: @hhaarriissoonn Email the show: email@example.com Listen to Good to see you (@goodtoseeyoupod) and Super Mind Exploder (@SMEPOD, @supermindexploder)! NEW EPISODES EVERY MONDAY! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spookyshowpod/support