A Las Vegas family who called 911 after seeing ‘eight-foot aliens’ in their backyard has been inundated with interlopers eager to see the supernatural beings.
But the Nevada family is armed with guns, and they have threatened to shoot any UFO detective who gets too close, their attorney has warned.
This comes after the police installed high-tech surveillance cameras on his roof in an attempt to keep trespassers out.
The family, who appear to be parents and two children, contacted the Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) on April 30 to report seeing “10-foot aliens” with “big eyes” as well as a falling object. from the sky.
Body camera footage of an officer who attended the call went viral, and the family previously said they received threats from people they believe they staged an “elaborate hoax.”
However, in a new development, UFO detectives who believe his story have begun bombing his backyard in an attempt to spot the giant aliens.
LVPD body camera video from an officer who attended the April 30 call showed one of the sons describing seeing ’10-foot aliens’ with ‘big eyes’ in the backyard, as well as an object that fell from the sky The force installed cameras on the roof to try to catch the aliens if they returned.
Attorney Sam Heidari, whom the family has hired to potentially sue any trespassers, suggested that people have gone as far as scaling walls and sending in drones.
Lawyer Sam Heidari, whom the family has hired to sue any trespassers, suggested that people have gone as far as scaling walls and sending in drones.
“They don’t have aliens in storage or anywhere, so don’t try to scale the walls or send a drone,” he said. 8 news now.
He also warned that trespassers risk approaching an armed home, adding: “There is a possibility of injury if they enter, because this family is armed.”
“So it’s pretty fair to do it because they can’t tell who’s breaking in, who’s an intruder, who’s a burglar, and who’s a thief.”
Asked if he thought the family might be setting up a hoax, Heidari said: “That’s not what they hired me for.”
This comes after one of the family’s sons, Ángel Gómez, 16, spoke about the mysterious encounter in a YouTube video posted last month.
‘I know some people aren’t going to believe this,’ she began, ‘but I just wanted to tell you what happened to me and my family.’
Gomez then detailed the developments of the night, step by step.
‘I hear something fall from the sky. I turn around. All I see is a big light falling from the sky, and moments later I feel a huge shock and explosion,” she said.
Last month, the family said they were feeling ‘anxious and scared’ and locked up their property after receiving threats from people who thought they were taking part in a hoax.
They have not publicly discussed the nature of the threats.
They contacted 911 on April 30 and said there were “eight-foot aliens” in their backyard and that they had seen an object fall from the sky.
A Las Vegas police officer also spotted a green object on the horizon around 11:50 p.m., which has since been identified as a meteor by the American Meteor Society.
There’s like an eight-foot person next to us and another inside of us. [sic] and he has big eyes and he’s looking at us, and he’s still there,” the family’s son told 911.
‘In my backyard. I swear to God this is not a joke, this is reality: we are terrified,” the caller said.
They are very big. They’re like 8 feet, 9 feet, 10 feet. They look like aliens to us. Large eyes. They have big eyes. Like, I can’t explain it. And big mouth. They are glowing eyes and they are not human. They are 100 percent non-human,” she said.
Responding officers also expressed concern about the strange events.
“I’m so nervous right now,” one officer can be heard telling his partner in body camera footage.
‘I got butterflies bro, I saw a shooting star and now these people are saying there are aliens in their backyard.’
Witnesses described something ‘100 percent non-human’ falling from the sky
The sighting, now explained as a meteorite, was caught on body camera footage from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Police searched the area and interviewed witnesses, but no new information was found.
“I don’t believe that, but what I saw right now, I do believe that,” a witness told police.
The Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) even placed cameras in his backyard in case the aliens made another landing.
But the force has since closed the case.
Robert Lunsford of the American Meteor Society told NewsNation that the green light seen on the police body camera was “a meteor that was larger than normal, probably the size of a basketball or a baseball.” beach”.
He added that “it was traveling at tremendous speed and when it hits the atmosphere it starts to vaporize and that friction causes a very bright flash.”
“We are sure it is a meteor due to the duration of the event – almost all reported that it lasted between two and five seconds.”
“That’s too fast for it to be a re-entering satellite or a rocket, and the fact that it was seen over such a wide area is a very good indication that it was a fireball.”
The cops installed a surveillance camera on the roof of the family’s home to ‘protect’ them from UFO fanatics who might bother them.
Nearly two months after the family’s 911 call, another identified object in the sky was seen flying over Las Vegas.
Two circular, intertwined beams of light were seen on the horizon, floating in parallel in a clip filmed on June 22 at 10:30 p.m. and later posted on social media.
The unidentified white lights were in the sky for ’20 straight minutes’ according to the person who filmed them.