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Denver Int'l Airport: Named After John Denver

 
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Denver International Airport, headquarters of the Illuminati, is assumed by many to be named after the nearby city of Denver. Not so. It was named after John Denver. John Denver, 1970's acoustic superstar who was behind such hits as "Rocky Mountain High" and "Sunshine on my Shoulders".

John Denver was an avid aviator. He was also famously assassinated while flying a plane. John Denver loved airplanes...and airplanes loved John Denver. Because of this, they decided to name Denver International Airport after him. The irony is that John Denver himself named himself after the city of Denver. His real name was Henry John Deutschdorf, Jr. "Deutschdorf" means "German Village" in German.

Now you see the Nazi connection. Denver Int'l runways shaped like a swastika. NOT A COINCIDENCE. Also, Denver Int'l is officially known as "DIA"....DEAD IN AIRPLANE. John Denver's death was foretold by Illuminati astrologers...DIA finished in 1994...Denver died in 1997. 3 YEARS LATER.

3: SACRED NUMBER...I'm not done.

John Denver was born Dec. 31, 1943 in....ROSWELL. Yes, Roswell, New Mexico. What are the odds? Now we have UFO-DIA-NAZI all connected together. And the famous crash happened when John Denver was *3* years old.

Pretty spooky to think about.
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Wasn't it built over a old Indian Burial Ground site? They had a lot of problems during it's construction.
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I have no problem believing that he was assinated while in flight--many musicians; movie stars and children of celebrities have been. What did he do to piss off the illuminati OP?
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I don't think John Denver is really dead. I think he just got tired of singing.
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I don't think John Denver is really dead. I think he just got tired of singing.
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Denver International Airport, headquarters of the Illuminati, is assumed by many to be named after the nearby city of Denver. Not so. It was named after John Denver. John Denver, 1970's acoustic superstar who was behind such hits as "Rocky Mountain High" and "Sunshine on my Shoulders".

John Denver was an avid aviator. He was also famously assassinated while flying a plane. John Denver loved airplanes...and airplanes loved John Denver. Because of this, they decided to name Denver International Airport after him. The irony is that John Denver himself named himself after the city of Denver. His real name was Henry John Deutschdorf, Jr. "Deutschdorf" means "German Village" in German.

Now you see the Nazi connection. Denver Int'l runways shaped like a swastika. NOT A COINCIDENCE. Also, Denver Int'l is officially known as "DIA"....DEAD IN AIRPLANE. John Denver's death was foretold by Illuminati astrologers...DIA finished in 1994...Denver died in 1997. 3 YEARS LATER.

3: SACRED NUMBER...I'm not done.

John Denver was born Dec. 31, 1943 in....ROSWELL. Yes, Roswell, New Mexico. What are the odds? Now we have UFO-DIA-NAZI all connected together. And the famous crash happened when John Denver was *3* years old.

Pretty spooky to think about.
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It is not a COINCIDENCE that the following singers/athletes/celebrities have all died in plane crashes:

1.When it comes to celebrities who died in plane crashes, the standard was set on Feb. 3, 1959, when a small plane crashed in Iowa, claiming the lives of Ritchie Valens (pictured), the Big Bopper...

2.and Buddy Holly. The crash came to be known as 'The Day the Music Died,' thanks in large part to Don McLean's 1971 song 'American Pie.'

3.Ricky Nelson, a contemporary of Holly, Valens, and the Big Bopper, died in a plane crash himself on New Year's Eve in 1985, along with six others.

4.But they weren't the first plane-related deaths to hit pop music. Legendary bandleader Glenn Miller was the most popular artist in the 1940s. But he gave up a lucrative civilian lifetstyle to join the military in World War II. In 1944, we was set to fly from England to France to play for the troops who had recently liberated Paris. Miller's plane disappeared over the English Channel in 1944 and was never found.

5.Otis Redding was on the cusp of stardom when he died in a 1967 plane crash. The soul singer's "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay," released posthumously, became a monster hit.

6.Jim Croce died in a plane crash in 1973, just before his album "I Got a Name" was to be released. The small commercial plane crash was blamed on pilot error. Croce, aged 30, still gets significant radio airplay for hits like "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" and "You Don't Mess Around With Jim."

7.By that time, another rock n' roll plane crash had cast its own looming shadow. On October 20, 1977, the plane carrying Lynyrd Skynyrd ran out of fuel and crashed in rural Mississippi, killing lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, and backup singer Cassie Gaines, along with the band's tour manager and the plane's pilot and co-pilot.

8.Stevie Ray Vaughn died in a helicopter, which crashed into a ski slope after the legendary guitarist jammed with Eric Clapton in Wisconsin on August 26, 1990. He was just 35.

9.R&B sensation Aaliyah died younger still. The Brooklyn native was just 22 when, after filming a music video, her plane went down shortly after takeoff on August 25, 2001.

10.Patsy Cline also died at the peak of her career, as severe weather brought her plane down in mountains near Camden, Tenn., on March 5, 1963.

11.John Denver is one of several celebrities who died piloting his own plane, as an experimental two-seater he was piloting went down after takeoff on the coast of California on October 12, 1997.

12.John F. Kennedy, Jr. died in a plane crash on July 16, 1999, along with his wife, Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy and her sister, Lauren, when the plane he was piloting crashed into the Atlantic Ocean.

13.On August 2, 1979, Yankees catcher Thurman Munson died trying to land his plane at Akron/Canton Regional Airport.

14.History repeated in tragic fashion on October 11, 2006, when Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle crashed his plane into a Manhattan apartment building.

15.Other great athletes who died in plane crashes include baseball legend Roberto Clemente...

16.champion golfer Payne Stewart...

17.and boxing champ Rocky Marciano.

18.Former Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone did his fighting in legislative arena, until he died in a plane crash while running for re-election in 2002.

19.Of all the notable celebrities who have died in plane crashes, however, Will Rogers may have the most unique legacy: an Oklahoma City airport is named for him, where millions of passengers each year board their flights at an airport named for the victim of a fatal plane crash.



Read more: [link to www.nydailynews.com]

This is only a drop in the bucket. I only listed the ones contained in this article--there are many others...

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Another list here:

Celebrities who died in plane crashes
This is a list of celebrities that have died in aviation-related tragedies. This list does not include the approximately three thousand people who died in the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack - see September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack/Casualties
Note: the year after the names of some persons is the year of the plane crash that killed them. Within each section, people are listed in alphabetical order.


Entertainment
Aaliyah, 2001, actor and singer
The Big Bopper, 1959, singer
Guido Cantelli, orchestral conductor
Buddy Clark, singer
Patsy Cline, 1963, country music singer
Jim Croce, 1973, singer
Marcel Dadi, French musician
John Denver, 1997, singer
Cassie Gaines, 1977, musician, Lynyrd Skynyrd
Steve Gaines, 1977, musician, Lynyrd Skynyrd
Carlos Gardel, 1935, Argentinian singer
William Gardner Knight, actor
Bill Graham, rock impresario
Keith Green, 1982, contemporary Christian musician
Buddy Holly, 1959, singer
Leslie Howard, 1943, actor
Pedro Infante, Mexican singer
Anna Jantar, 1980, Polish singer
Carole Lombard, 1942, actress
Glenn Miller, 1944, Big Band leader
Grace Moore, opera singer
Vic Morrow, actor
Audie Murphy, 1971, actor
Ricky Nelson, 1985, actor and singer
Otis Redding, 1967, singer
Lionel Poilane, French baker and entrepreneur
Jim Reeves, country music singer
Stan Rogers, Canadian singer
Will Rogers, 1935, actor, humorist, singer
Kyu Sakamoto, 1985, Japanese singer
Larry Shue, playwright
Graham "Shirley" Strahan, 2001, singer, Skyhooks
Frank Tallman III, stuntman
Melanie Thornton, singer
Mike Todd, producer
Ritchie Valens, 1959, singer
Ronnie VanZant, 1977, musician, (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Stevie Ray Vaughan, 1990, guitarist and singer

Sports
Davey Allison, 1993, NASCAR driver
Marcel Cerdan, 1949, French world boxing champion
Roberto Clemente, 1972, Puerto Rico baseball player
Hansie Cronje, 2002, disgraced South African cricketer
Carlos Cruz, 1970, Dominican world boxing champion
Graham Hill, 1975, motor racing driver
Alan Kulwicki, 1993, NASCAR driver
Twenty three players, staff and associates of Manchester United football club, 1958
Rocky Marciano, 1969, world boxing champion
Thurman Munson, 1979, baseball player
10 members of Oklahoma State University men's basketball team, 2001
Rafael Osuna, Mexican tennis player
Most members of the Puerto Rican national women's volleyball team (on the same flight as Carlos Cruz)
Payne Stewart, 1999, champion golfer
Entire A.C. Torino soccer team, 1949
Nick Vanos, NBA player, Phoenix Suns
Entire US 1961 figure skating team
All members of the 1980 United States Olympic boxing team, except for Bobby Czyz, Marvis Frazier and Lee Roy Murphy.
Entire Zambian national football team, 1993

Politics
Abdul Salam Arif, 1966, president of Iraq
René Barrientos, 1969, president of Bolivia
Dzemal Bijedic, 1977, premier of Yugoslavia
Barthelemy Boganda, 1959, president of the Central African Republic
Hale Boggs, 1972, U.S. Congressman
Ahmed Ould Bouceif, 1979, prime minister of Algeria
Ron Brown, 1996, United States Secretary of Commerce with over 30 others in Croatia
Mel Carnahan, 2000, governor of Missouri
Igor Farkhutdinov, 2003, Russian politician, governor of Sakhalin
Sanjay Gandhi, 1980, son of Indira Gandhi
Dag Hammarskjöld, 1961, Secretary-General of the United Nations
Aleksandr Lebed, 2002, Russian politician, governor of Krasnoyarsk
Ernest Lundeen, Senator from Minnesota
Samora Machel, 1986, president of Mozambique
Ramon Magsaysay, 1957, president of the Philippines
Larry McDonald, U.S. Congressman, 1983, aboard Korean Air Flight KAL-007
Carlos Menem Jr., 1995, former first son of Argentina
George S. Mickelson, 1993, governor of South Dakota
Edward Moss, 1964, aide of senator Ted Kennedy, who was also injured during accident
Joel Rakotomalala, 1976, prime minister of Madagascar
Jaime Roldós, 1981, president of Ecuador
Francisco Sá Carneiro, 1980, prime minister of Portugal
Madhavrao Scindia, 2001, Indian politician
Wladyslaw Sikorski, 1943, Polish prime minister
Omar Torrijos, 1981, Panamanian dictator
John Tower, 1991, former Senator from Texas
Paul Wellstone, 2002, Senator from Minnesota
Mohammad Zia ul-Haq, 1988, Pakistani president

Religion
Royalty
Prince Christopher of Hesse - Nazi
Prince Gustav Adolf of Sweden
Prince William of Gloucester, 1972
Prince George, Duke of Kent, 1942

Others
Roald Amundsen, explorer
Bessie Coleman, first African-American woman pilot
Jessica Dubroff, young pilot
Amy Johnson, British pilot
Muhammad bin Laden, father of Osama bin Laden
Jake LaMotta, Jr., noted chef, son of Jake LaMotta
Quentin Roosevelt, son of Theodore Roosevelt
Samantha Smith, young activist
Lance Reventlow

Kennedy political dynasty
Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., 1944, older brother of John F. Kennedy
Kathleen Agnes Kennedy Cavendish, 1948, younger sister of John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy, Jr., 1999, son of John F. Kennedy
Caroline Bessette Kennedy, 1999, wife of John F. Kennedy Jr.
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That John Denver is full of shit.
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In related news LAX is not named after LA. It is actually named after EX-LAX, because flying scares the shit out of most people.
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I don't think John Denver is really dead. I think he just got tired of singing.
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6.Jim Croce died in a plane crash in 1973, just before his album "I Got a Name" was to be released. The small commercial plane crash was blamed on pilot error. Croce, aged 30, still gets significant radio airplay for hits like "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" and "You Don't Mess Around With Jim."

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What the hell? I distinctly remember reading that Jim Croce was killed in an automobile accident while he was driving a truck!

wtf
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No, DIA was named after the City of Denver which was the namesake of James W. Denver, a governor of the Kansas Territory.

"John Denver" was a pseudonym for the popular musician. He took the name from the city he loved. His real name was Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr.
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Have lived in Denver for more than 40 years. That's a new one on me! However, DIA was named after...guess what? The city of Denver.

As to John Denver: He so wanted to play with the denizens of the Aspen Institute. However, they would not let him into their sandbox (the Aspen Institute). So, there is no way "they" would have named DIA after John Denver; they had little use for him.

DIA is wierd as shit - no question. Yes, it is built over an old Native American burial ground.

As I understand it, John Denver was having a hard personal time in the period of his crash. Even so, I could well imagine his death might not have been entirely accidental.
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I have no problem believing that he was assinated while in flight--many musicians; movie stars and children of celebrities have been. What did he do to piss off the illuminati OP?
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He was a rebel rouser, for sure. After his music career, he pretty much devoted himself to charity causes. Fighting hunger and the destruction of the environment. He wasn't much different from John Lennon (even wore the same type of glasses). TPTB wanted him dead. He was a celebrity with a message that needed to be silenced.

The airport was named after him in grim irony. The whole DIA is grim irony. The apocalyptic murals, the demonic horse sculpture, etc., it's all a way TPTB like to say "F*** You!" to all of us and rub it in our faces. Hide their secrets in plane sight.

PLAIN SIGHT, I meant. Freudian slip, or was it?
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No, DIA was named after the City of Denver which was the namesake of James W. Denver, a governor of the Kansas Territory.

"John Denver" was a pseudonym for the popular musician. He took the name from the city he loved. His real name was Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr.
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I addressed this in my post.

Yes, the city of Denver was named after James W. Denver.
Yes, Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr. changed his name to John Denver because of his love for the city.
BUT...the airport was named after HIM, not the city.

Examples:
LaGuardia airport in NY...named after Fiorello LaGuardia. It's not "New York Airport".
Or O'Hare in Chicago. Named after Edward O'Hare.

Cities have a long tradition of naming airports after people. DIA was named after John Denver, which coincidentally is located near Denver, Colorado which gets people confused.

ALSO: Consider how *FAR* DIA is from Denver. One of the objections people had to it as opposed to Stapleton (named after Benjamin Stapleton...ANOTHER airport named after somebody), was that it was located so far out of the city. So, it couldn't really be named after the city of Denver.

DIA was named after John Denver. The evidence and facts all add up.
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This thread is very good. Controversial, believable, and something you can tell somebody whenever the Denver Airport comes up.
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Denver International Airport, headquarters of the Illuminati, is assumed by many to be named after the nearby city of Denver. Not so. It was named after John Denver.

/snip/

The irony is that John Denver himself named himself after the city of Denver. His real name was Henry John Deutschdorf, Jr. "Deutschdorf" means "German Village" in German.

Now you see the Nazi connection.
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LIE!!!

It was the other way around: the city of Denver has been named after John Denver!!!

Everything else is spot on, especially more than obvious Nazi connection.

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If you story is correct OP, than I would expect that there would be at least a statue or plaquette of John Denver somewhere at Denver Airport.... Anyone found that ??
Like Liverpool Airport in the UK is called John Lennon Airport, and has a large statue of John (...not Denver !!).
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Food for thought OP: I saw something somewhere that Verizon, really means Lucifer Rising? Denver, and this is obviously a stretch, but Lucifer's Den? Think of all the evil surrounding DIA and all its symbolism? I'm just throwing it out there.
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I thought it was named after Bob Denver. Wasn't he killed by the Illuminati in a boating accident?
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"I'm not done." Yeah, you are. What a load of gibberish. 1.John Denver took his pseudonym from the city of Denver. 2. The airport for the city of Denver is not named after the city. It is named after John Denver.

Please, take your meds.
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No, DIA was named after the City of Denver which was the namesake of James W. Denver, a governor of the Kansas Territory.

"John Denver" was a pseudonym for the popular musician. He took the name from the city he loved. His real name was Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr.
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This is true. He took 'Denver' for himself.
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Zechariah 12:10 "And I will pour on the house of David, and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications: and they shall look on Me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for Him, as one mourns for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for Him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn."
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"I'm not done." Yeah, you are. What a load of gibberish. 1.John Denver took his pseudonym from the city of Denver. 2. The airport for the city of Denver is not named after the city. It is named after John Denver.

Please, take your meds.
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Are you 12? Denver airport existed long before John Denver.
Revelation 1:7 "Behold, He comes with clouds; and every eye shall see Him, and they also which pierced Him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of Him. Even so, Amen."

Zechariah 12:10 "And I will pour on the house of David, and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications: and they shall look on Me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for Him, as one mourns for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for Him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn."
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Did you just pull that out of your ass?
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No, DIA was named after the City of Denver which was the namesake of James W. Denver, a governor of the Kansas Territory.

"John Denver" was a pseudonym for the popular musician. He took the name from the city he loved. His real name was Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr.
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I addressed this in my post.

Yes, the city of Denver was named after James W. Denver.
Yes, Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr. changed his name to John Denver because of his love for the city.
BUT...the airport was named after HIM, not the city.

Examples:
LaGuardia airport in NY...named after Fiorello LaGuardia. It's not "New York Airport".
Or O'Hare in Chicago. Named after Edward O'Hare.

Cities have a long tradition of naming airports after people. DIA was named after John Denver, which coincidentally is located near Denver, Colorado which gets people confused.

ALSO: Consider how *FAR* DIA is from Denver. One of the objections people had to it as opposed to Stapleton (named after Benjamin Stapleton...ANOTHER airport named after somebody), was that it was located so far out of the city. So, it couldn't really be named after the city of Denver.

DIA was named after John Denver. The evidence and facts all add up.
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Who the fuck was Dallas Fort Worth and why did they use his full name?
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Re: Denver Int'l Airport: Named After John Denver
The Rocky Mountains are named after a song made popular by John Denver called "Rocky Mountain High".

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