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Who's Afraid of the Denver Airport's Fiery Blue 'Devil Horse'?

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Planning on traveling through my closest airport hub, Denver International Airport? Keep an eye out for the gigantic sculpture of a bright blue, anatomically correct, rearing stallion complete with glow-in-the-dark red eyes. Called "Mustang," this 32-foot-tall fiberglass sculpture is notorious both for its demonic appearance and the fact that it killed its creator.

The sculptor, Luis Jimenez, died when a portion of the Mustang fell on his leg, severing his artery. The artwork was completed by Jimenez's son and erected at the entrance to Denver International Airport in 2008. The stallion has gathered notorious nicknames such as "Blucifer" and "Devil Horse" and some say it is haunted. Whoever could think that?