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“A dive into the most popular, wildest conspiracies surrounding the Denver International Airport.” [The Denver Channel]
“Blue Mustang,” a.k.a. “Blucifer” [Wikipedia]
Denver International Airport murals (“In Peace and Harmony With Nature,” by Leo Tanguma), details at Fly Denver (official) and at Out There Colorado (speculative: “What’s up with the creepy apocalyptic paintings at Denver International Airport?”).
“Please don’t allow anyone…” [Twitter/Phranqueigh]
“...when the entire world started shutting down, I thought it would be interesting to visit these [public live feed] cameras and document how the planet has gone silent.” Photographer Noah Kalina introduces his cool and spooky Panopticam project in his newsletter. (Thanks, Logan!)
“As anyone who is familiar with 13th and 14th century illuminated manuscripts can attest, images of armed knights fighting snails are common, especially in marginalia.” Knight vs. Snail on the British Library blog, via Kate Schutt’s newsletter.
“Oh, you won’t be working.” (“Explaining the Pandemic to My Past Self.”) [YouTube/JulieNolke]