A colossal UFO spends several hours in the sky of Las Vegas, recorded on video by several people!!

The Las Vegas Strip is a small 4 mile stretch of land, but where almost anything can happen. Residents of “Sin City” are no strangers to the strange and unusual, in fact, UFO sightings are a common occurrence in Las Vegas.

And it makes perfect sense. After all, the notorious Area 51 Air Force facility and alleged site of alien experiments is just a few miles away in the desert.

With that in mind, it’s not all that surprising, or even out of the ordinary, that several UFO sightings surfaced a few days before Christmas 2022.

While at Sapphire Las Vegas for an evening of work, a group of employees noticed a strange “point of light” in the sky.

Though obscured by clouds, a cluster of red, white and yellow lights was clearly visible above the club. Sapphire manager Brett Feinstein was among those who witnessed the strange event recording the lights with his phone before posting on social media as evidence of the UFO.

“Honestly, this is pretty weird,” Feinstein said as he looked up to show off the glowing spheres. “I mean, we’re here every night. I have never seen anything like it.” Social Media Reacts to Las Vegas UFO Sighting The Las Vegas UFO sighting immediately provoked a flood of responses, many of which expressed agreement that the lights were indeed those of an alien spacecraft.

“Of course it does, because it’s reflecting light when it hits it! This is definitely something up there,” wrote one user. What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Unless you see a UFO, don’t stay in Vegas,” joked another.

Others raised questions: “When, exactly, did Feinstein see this?
Did he hire actors to pretend to see the UFO along with him? Was all this just a promotional tactic for his club? However, Feinstein assured them that it was not a hoax. “They told me at 11:47 pm,” he wrote in the replies. “I think it already existed a little before I got here. Our security, Sapphire, said she saw something fly by and then it showed up. I was there for several hours. Eventually, it started to disappear behind cloud cover. He never moved or made a sound.

Experts believe the UFO was actually a rare atmospheric phenomenon.

According to the National Weather Service, there is a good, albeit rare, explanation for the lights and it has nothing to do with UFOs.

Instead, experts believe they were “pillars of light” as the cluster of light did not move and the temperature of the cloud was low enough to produce the phenomenon. “The long pillars of multicolored light streaking across the sky look like the perfect backdrop for an impending alien invasion,” wrote the NWS on its official website.

“But in fact, pillars of light are a common effect that can be found all over the world.” “They come from above, not aliens, but small ice crystals that hover in the atmosphere. … Ice is highly reflective, so when light hits these wider faces, it bounces off and reflects off more ice crystals.” “That means we have these vertically stacked mirrors floating in the atmosphere,” they continued. “The light it hits reflects up and up (or down and down, depending on the source) and becomes a radiant column in the sky. The light can come from the sun, the moon, cities, street lights, any strong light source.”

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