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Las Vegas alien video shows 2 ‘beings’ using ‘cloaking’ device, says expert

Las Vegas alien video shows 2 'beings' using 'cloaking' device, says expert
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A Las Vegas alien video shows at least two “beings” using a “cloaking device” in a backyard, according to a veteran crime scene reconstruction analyst, Fox News reported.

Detailed analysis of Las Vegas alien video by expert Scott Roder

Scott Roder, who has testified in many high-profile criminal cases, analyzed the video of the reported alien sighting in Las Vegas, examining it frame by frame.

Roder worked with Jim Quirk, a reporter who runs the Extraterrestrial Reality podcast, to recreate the scene in the Las Vegas backyard on April 30, 2023. Quirk shared videos and images with Fox News Digital.

He pointed out that in one second of the video, which contains 30 frames, there is a “head… with smoke around it,” which he described as “some sort of cloaking device,” moving into the top right corner of the video and looking over the fence.

Jim Quirk / Extraterrestrial Reality Podcast

“I applied the same principles that I would apply to any kind of homicide investigation,” said Roder, who testified in cases like Oscar Pistorious’ murder trial. “At this particular time, with what we’ve seen here, is proof of a couple of things. That these entities… are real. They’re there. This is not fake. This is not a fraud.”

Shortly thereafter, Angel Kenmore called 911, reporting that he saw a “tall, skinny alien creature with greenish color,” about 8 to 10 feet tall, hiding behind their forklift in the backyard.

More insights and debunkers’ reactions

In a video Kenmore shared on YouTube, he and three other family members walk in a line, react to something, and then run. According to Roder, they likely didn’t even realize there might be a second being peering over a tall fence.

Debunkers have dismissed the potential alien sighting as a shadow or a smudge, calling it either a hoax or an overreaction. Roder acknowledged that some people disagree with his analysis, so he has opened it up for “peer review.”

That’s not what Roder or Quirk believe after spending hours breaking down the video frame by frame, NY Post reported. “You have to look at the totality of the evidence,” said Roder, referring to the light in the sky that didn’t make a sound, the police response and bodycam, and how the “visual anomalies” move.


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Brendan Taylor

Brendan Taylor was a TV news producer for 5 and a half years. He is an experienced writer. Brendan covers Breaking News at Insider Paper.

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