This is the most impressive video ever captured by UFO hunter Stephen Baron in Las Vegas. On the night of February 19, 2017, he filmed a real UFO parade from the backyard of his house (see video below).
In the night sky over the mountains surrounding the Las Vegas Valley, dozens, maybe even hundreds, of flying ships have appeared, burning with red, white and green lights. UFOs of all sizes were continuously moving in different directions, one at a time, in groups, flying towards larger objects, and then flying out of them.
This amazing spectacle does look much more impressive than the "Phoenix Lights", but the media diligently ignored the strange events taking place near the classified US Air Force base "Nellis".
Stephen himself agrees that he lives in the best place on the planet for UFO sightings. According to him, he would not spend a lot of his free time and not small sums on the purchase of expensive modern video equipment, if it were not real.
“I cannot ignore it, I just have the most unique view of this area. Many are watching them, including those who lived at this airbase. The best place to hide something is in plain sight,”said Stephen Baron.
For those skeptics who doubt the authenticity of the videos taken over Las Vegas, Stephen advises turning to the story of Gary McKinnon, a Scottish hacker who hacked NASA computers and the Johnson Space Center in search of classified information about UFOs, technology and alternative energy sources.
What he found far exceeded all his expectations. He found evidence of an extraterrestrial space fleet on Earth since the 1980s. In the United States, there are at least eight cylindrical alien base ships and about fifty smaller ones. But what really blew Gary McKinnon's mind was the roster of alien officers and their movements from one ship to another.
“Where do you think the secret space fleet might be based? There is no better location than Area 51 and Nellis Air Force Base,”said Stephen Baron. "It's just my theory, and I can't prove it, but based on everything I've seen and filmed over the past three years, this is the only thing that makes sense."