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Denver, Colorado: Blucifer: Airport Mustang from Hell

Luis Jiminez's 32-foot-tall unholy-looking wild blue mustang with glowing red LED eyes. "Blucifer" would have been controversial even if it hadn't crushed Jiminez to death in 2006. The horse was finally completed in 2008.

Denver International Airport

Pena Blvd., Denver, CO
In the center median between the access roads leading to and from the main terminal at Denver International Airport. There's no way to get close to it.
Eyes glow at night. Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Blucifer: Airport Mustang from Hell:

I wasn't able to see him on my way into town upon arrival, but I saw him on my way back to the airport when departing. He is massive! You can tell even from far away on the road.

[07/06/2024] Complete Story...

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Blucifer at night.

Blucifer: Airport Mustang from Hell

It's not really recommended that you try to get close to Blucifer. Pena Boulevard, the airport access road, is six lanes of busy traffic. That being said, it was too tempting. I went out there twice -- and Blucifer is awesome to see up close!

[Steve Braun, 08/27/2021]


Airport Mustang from Hell

A large blue statue of the Denver Bronco's mascot stands in the median between the inbound and outbound traffic lanes for the Denver International Airport's main terminal.

It's got fiery red lights for eyes which give it a fierce/evil look as you ride by.

[dom chang, 07/14/2008]

The Blue Horse from Hell arrived on Feb. 11, 2008, years overdue and several hundred thousand dollars over budget.

Mustang statue.

Mustang from Hell Statue

Finally, 16 years after its commissioning, the Mustang statue at Denver International Airport has been officially dedicated.

The project was already behind schedule when the colossal (32 feet tall) sculpture killed its sculptor back in 2006, so completion and installation were delayed.

[Robert MacLeay, 07/10/2008]

Luis Jiminez's mustang statue would have been controversial even if it hadn't killed him. The 32-ft. tall fiberglass, unholy blue horse with red eyes had long ago been commissioned for the entrance of Denver International Airport. The horse broke loose from a support in the sculptor's studio in 2006, pinning him against a wall. Enroute to the hospital, he died from his injuries. The Jiminez family finished the sculpture, but the "curse" element will be hard to shake off as time goes on for this one...

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