Man, that looks so fake it's not funny. Seriously, when it shoots off it looks so CGI. Being Las Vegas, I would expect more than one video or at
least account or even media coverage of such an event were it to actually take place. Stupid video, in my opinion.
I've noticed an increase in "playfulness" in sightings over the past 2 months.. weather this is CGI, swamp gas or a Chinese lantern is to be seen
(lmao) debunking isn't my thing..
Over the month of may, sightings are getting more personal, if you follow.. instead of a blinking far away light there coming down and to me it seems
there having a bit of fun, more so than normal and at lower altitudes. I've even read reports of flashing (yep CEOT3K type stuff folks)
communication's. There was also a massive UFO festival thing in NZ end of may and that part of the world saw tons of UFO's last 2 weeks, and some
really awesome stuff was video'd as well like the time lapse one that clearly shows a luminescent thing playing silly buggers over the course of a
few nights in may.
This looks very similar to the other luminescent things currently making a fuss all around the world
I think that now days you really can't rely on one source at all. If in addition to this "tape" there were eyewitness accounts coming in to mufon or
the local news, and perhaps one other random camera in the city that caught it - I would say yes, take it seriously.
Person #1 tries to get person #2 interested in his UFO. #2 finally notices UFO while it lifts straight up person #2 says it is an airplane and the
airplane seems to explode and shoot off in front of him his reaction is fairly non plussed....for someone who just thought this was a plane he should
have been the one shouting amazed but it is guy #1 - who already suspected it was a UFO who appears most taken aback. Then someone says it was
fireworks and that seems just an attempt to make credible conversation - what they think people might say.
This...and their reactions and script appear staged to me...would need another confirming source for me to expect it ISN'T CGI for example the local
radio station got a lot of calls or something like that. This appears to be independent production but we can wait and see if it is confirmed.
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Either way, you would think something that bright and hovering so low would be seen by at least some of the thousands of people walking the strip.
Unless someone else comes forward as a witness or has more video/photo evidence from a different angle / perspective, I'm going to chalk this one up
as a hoax
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