In this mornings Egyptian news corner, 6-4-2010...
A seven ton, 26 foot tall concrete structure of an Egyptian God is being built south of the Jeppesen terminal at DIA.
The Jackal-head statue called Anubis will be erected in time for the exclusive, King Tut museum exhibit.
The King Tut exhibit will be the first of its kind to come to Denver.
The 32-foot tall blue mustang with the red eyes,that is already at DIA will have plenty of competition when it comes to attention from gawking on-lookers jockeying to get a closer look at the ominous Anubis statue from Egypt.
The ominous looking statue has the head of a Jackal and represents the God of Death and afterlife!
The exhibit runs June 29 through January 9,2011.
Tourist from around the country will be coming to Denver to visit and experience Colorado attractions.
And when they arrive they will be greeted by the towering, Anubis and its mysterious unique Jackal-head!
An Egyptian statue that symbolizes the God of Death and the afterlife...sitting at an airport where people are arriving as well as departing...Hmmmm?
Who's bright idea was that?
Sounds like a scenario for a Hollywood Movie to me!