Las Vegas Family’s Alien Encounter Story Takes Another Twist | UAP

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It has now been over a year since Las Vegas Metro Police were called to a home to investigate a report of 8 to 10-foot tall aliens in the family’s backyard.

The 911 call reporting the aliens in the backyard came shortly after a bright object was spotted in the sky by more than 20 people in eastern California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah.

“They’re like 8 foot, 9 feet, 10 foot,” the 911 caller said. “They look like aliens to us. Big eyes. They have big eyes. Like, I can’t explain it, and big mouth. They’re shiny eyes and they’re human. They’re 100% not human.”

The latest twist in this ongoing story now comes from veteran crime scene reconstruction analyst Scott Roder of Evidence Room Animation and Exhibits. Roder has testified in several high-profile court cases including the 2014 Oscar Pistorius murder trial.

Roder, who earlier this month reported that video that supposedly shows the aliens in the Las Vegas family’s backyard hadn’t been altered and was authentic, has offered even more insight into what appears on the video.

The crime scene expert claims that when breaking the video into 30 individual frames per second he can see a “head… with smoke around it” in the top right corner of the video peering over the fence, which he believes involves “some sort of cloaking device.”

“I applied the same principles that I would apply…


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