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Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?

 
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Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Recently I flew through Denver ... and after I disembarked from the subway at Terminal "C" the train I was on CONTINUED on into the tunnel, past any indicated or marked stops!!

At least one person INTENTIONALLY AND WITHOUT BAGGAGE remained on the train as it continued into the tunnel past Terminal "C", while ALL passengers and airline/airport workers (in uniforms at least) had also disembarked.

In my past uses of the Denver Airport Subway the trains have always emptied at "C" and then reloaded for a trip back to towards the main terminal.

The literature about the Denver Airport Subway does NOT indicate ANY location that the subway goes that is past Terminal "C" (4 stops are the only ones mentioned, the main terminal, and concourses "A", "B", and "C").

Does anyone know what is BEYOND terminal "C" that would cause the subway train to continue on in that direction with at least one person on board?
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12/16/2012 02:07 PM
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
It's possible it was heading to a "garage" of sorts. Even though the trains are on "auto-pilot", I would imagine they switch out trains for maintenance, etc. I would also imagine those tracks go to some of the non-passenger terminals as well (shipping, etc.) Yes, the airport is HUGE, so it's a bit unbelievable to think they built the tracks JUST for airline passenger use.
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
probably s paddock for maintenance of rail cars
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12/16/2012 02:12 PM
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Thats where the elite and their clean bloods will emerge from after the bad boys like autistic school shooters are disarmed.


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12/16/2012 02:16 PM

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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
beyond stop C is stop D for 'Doom'!
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
The interviews with construction workers doing construction on huge tunnels under the airport did exist

Google them ; might still be around
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
beyond stop C is stop D for 'Doom'!
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
beyond stop C is stop D for 'Doom'!
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toungeahhhabomb Good one.
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Beyond C it goes underground to where all the wire cages are to hold the refugees when that time comes. Stay away from the airport then and don't get on those trains.
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I saw the earth shaking in the western U.S., and I saw people trying to leave those shaking areas very very quickly -- as in grab what you can and haul ass right now, this instant.

I saw masses of people all trying to find a preferred method of transportation -- buses, cars, trains, and airplanes, as expected. Because of road conditions, and some "source" telling the people that driving is extremely dangerous, many people opted for buses, trains, and airplanes, leaving their cars behind.

My perspective was like that of a 10,000 foot view from above, looking down on the earth. I saw planes landing at various airports. One airport in particular was somewhere with mountains very nearby (in the midwest by the Rockies), and I saw literally thousands of distressed people all over that airport. It had become their new home temporarily since they had nowhere else to go. No motel/hotels; no apts; no vacant homes; no tents to buy; nada, zip, nothing. They had to stay at the airport for shelter, sleeping on the floors where ever they can find space on the floor.

I heard someone's mind saying, "look at them all coming here like good little sheep" and this person had a huge grin on their male face while overlooking the situation developing at the airport.

It got over-crowded really fast too. Suddenly people are walking and heading themselves in a certain direction in the airport, like they're headed towards something they need: shelter and food they think. They're taken to transport cars, like a mini-rail system, and taken below ground. I don't think the people really know they're headed underground, per se. When they get to where they're going, there are massive areas of open space, and plenty of that chain link fence stuff all around, creating holding areas.

The people are herded in to those holding areas. They are not free here, and never will be again I suspect. I pick up the incredibly distinct feeling of deception all around. Everyone's jaw is basically on the ground so-to-speak in disbelief.

They will not stay here in these initial holding areas. They will be moved again to other areas of the country, and this movement will also be underground on rail transports. Many many people never see the light of day again.

They're prisoners now, and apparently, this was the plan from square one. "They" (those who seek to control) knew this would happen. It was in fact planned this way.

They knew 100's of thousands of people would head to the airports, so that's one reason they built "bases" at airports: to collect these people very easily once they arrived.
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Good morning, and welcome to the Black Mesa Transit System.
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Will FEMA CAMP water have fluoride?
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
the 88 mile tunnle
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Wanted to add: The guy who stayed on the train was dressed like a typical airplane traveler today, ie: NOT in work clothes of any sort. What made him stand out as the train pulled out is that he had absolutely NOTHING in his hands or nearby (no baggage, no briefcase, etc.)

Everyday pants, shirt, NICE SWEATER (ever seen a maintenance guy wearing a nice sweater?). Didn't pay any attention to his shoes but do not think they were "work shoes" or "work boots"

Strange ... even if he was going to a train parking/repair area.

OH ... the tracks utilized to go into that area were the ones on East side of the platform.
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Will FEMA CAMP water have fluoride?
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Will FEMA CAMP water have fluoride?
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No water, just fluoride.
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12/31/2012 12:35 AM
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
It is simply a maintenance area.

Leave it be.
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12/31/2012 01:13 PM
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
He was heading to the Fandango Ranger training area.
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Re: Denver Airport - What is BEYOND subway stop "C"?
Headed towards the rotating knives...

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