Case 112465: I know, I know; who cares about lights in the night sky over the Las Vegas Strip, anyway? Particularly, when there is only one “witness”. Generally, I’m dubious about most “lights in the night sky”, but this case may be different.
Juliette [last name withheld] was with a friend(s) on Las Vegas Blvd. at 7:30 PM. She took seven snapshots beginning with the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and ending with Bally’s Hotel & Casino (photo # 7). She didn’t bother to record the camera settings. Why would she? She and her friends didn’t actually see the blue lights in the sky; they in fact were not real “witnesses”. She was photographing the casinos and not the blue orbs. Juliette realized what she had captured only after she viewed them later (a frequent event in such cases).
Her first photo showed two, pale blue points of light above the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. As she panned toward the Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino (see below), she caught what appear, at least, for this writer, a string of several, faint, blue lights and one, blue “smudge” over Paris Las Vegas and a blue “smudge” over Planet Hollywood.