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Space Invasion: Why Are Sightings of 'Incredibly Active' UFOs Skyrocketing in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas Considered UFO Hotspot With Several Sightings
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Las Vegas is known for gambling, bright lights and popular shows.

Apr. 2 2024, Published 3:03 p.m. ET

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Las Vegas is famous for many things: legal gambling, bright lights and popular shows. Now, another phenomenon can be added to that list, UFOs.

The city is becoming a hotspot to see unidentified flying objects, after there have been repeated sightings of a mysterious "cloaked" craft being caught on camera, recently reported.

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United States Army veteran and UFO enthusiast Steve Barone has caught hundreds of UFOs spotted over Sin City on camera, which have been shared on his YouTube channel, Anomalous Vegas.

One clip from Barone, who believes the crafts are interested in United States military bases, shows half a dozen bright white luminous crafts that appear to move in formation in the night sky.

Barone said those types of UFOs have caught his attention "more frequently than others." He said they are unable to be seen by the naked eye of humans and that they are only visible when using night-vision cameras.

"The things I can see with night vision are invisible by any other means, and it's remarkable just how incredibly active these objects are," Barone told the Daily Star.

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"They were even in a location where I had previously assumed nothing was happening. I'm uncertain who these unidentified aerial phenomena belong to, but they may have been present for quite some time, operating at their discretion without detection."

Texas has previously been reported as being a UFO hotspot, with snake-like crafts being spotted. While Barone hasn't seen such objects himself, he said he's seen "triangles, spheres and other inexplicable objects" there.

Barone said Las Vegas is "where it all began" and is now the "prime location to observe UFO-UAPs." He insists that the crafts appear to be showing up in areas where U.S. military bases are.


"Firstly, the nuclear test site is located near Area 51," he said. "Nuclear weapon testing began in 1951 with a 1-kiloton bomb dropped on Frenchman Flat. Over 40 years, more than 1,000 nuclear explosions were detonated above and below ground. This is likely the primary reason for their presence here.

"Currently, approximately 900 warheads are stored in 75 igloos at Nellis Air Force Base, one of the largest stockpiles in the world, according to the Air Force. Data also shows Area 51 and S4, a secretive range, are only 77 miles from my front door."

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Barone noted that the "vast open area" of the Mojave Desert is an ideal place for UFOs to "hide" and that the Hoover Dam is an adequate location for its "energy-generating turbines."

The UFO hunter said that the crafts were detected more often in his experiences early on and that the crafts might be less visible now that they are aware that he's catching them on camera.

"I think they know I was shooting videos of them and changed their locations and times when they would perform these fantastic aerial routines," Barone said.


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