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Campos union boss was target of fraud investigation, home raided by feds in 2012

Jesus Campos, the security guard reportedly shot in the leg by Stephen Paddock at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on October 1, has received a ton of media scrutiny for his sudden disappearance and his strange behavior ever since the Las Vegas massacre, leading many conspiracy theorists to believe that Campos may have played the role of accomplice in the deadly event (thus far, no credible evidence has been found to support this theory).

Earlier today Fox News attempted to clear up some of the mystery surrounding Jesus Campos. According to David Hickey, labor boss of the Security, Police, and Fire Professionals of America (SPFPA), Campos was taken to a UMC Quick Care facility. Hickey told Fox News that Campos was looking forward to "telling his side of the story" and that it was Campos himself who requested permission to "go public".

But all that changed when Campos decided to bail on five scheduled television interviews, including one with Sean Hannity of Fox Ne…
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Why did MGM Resorts CEO dump over 80% of his stock 3 weeks before massacre?

On September 8 James Murren, CEO of MGM Resorts International-- owners of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino-- sold over 80% of his stock shares. Just three weeks later, the deadliest mass shooting in the modern history of the United States would unfold from within a room on the hotel's 32nd floor.

Was it a mere coincidence? ESP? Or is there a more sinister explanation?

According to the Ledger Gazette, Murren dumped 294,150 shares of MGM Resorts International stock on Friday, September 8, at a price of $34.08 per share. Murren pocketed $10,024,632 from the deal, while holding onto 71,442 shares of the company. Prior to the October 1 massacre, those shares had a combined value of $2,434,743. As of today, those same shares are now worth a mere $29.44 each.

In other words, if Murren had not dumped his stock shortly before Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers from inside his room at Mandalay Bay, he would've stood to lose approximately $1.7 million dollars. But he …

Key Las Vegas shooting witness dies of 'natural causes' at age 28

The conspiracy surrounding the Las Vegas shooting intensified deeply over the past 24 hours, first with the unexplained disappearance of Jesus Campos, the Mandalay Bay security guard who was set to give five television interviews. As we reported earlier, Campos' home had been under guard by armed private security while shooter Stephen Paddock's inexplicably unguarded Reno home-- part of a criminal investigation by the FBI-- was burglarized by unknown persons.

Next came the bizarre press conference just a few short hours ago in which Sheriff Lombardo and the LVPD banned conservative independent journalists Laura Loomer and Mike Tokes from attending and asking questions (it was Loomer and Tokes who first broke the story about the armed private security guard at the Campos home).

And now comes perhaps the most startling development in the case of the Las Vegas shooting-- the sudden death of a seemingly healthy 28-year-old witness who went on record claiming that there were multipl…

Jesus Campos Disappears; Las Vegas Mystery Deepens

Yesterday we delved into the mystery surrounding the Las Vegas shooting and the unanswered questions surrounding Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos, such as his peculiar GoFundMe page and the fact that his home is being protected by a private armed security guard. Independent investigative journalists have revealed that the company protecting Campos-- identified as "On Scene Investigation & Security, Inc."-- is a Las Vegas-based company whose business license expired in January of 2017.

Also adding fuel to the conspiracy theories was the report by investigative journalist Laura Loomer claiming that Campos' name has been "scrubbed" from the casino's employee database.

It was also reported earlier this week that gunman Stephen Paddock's Reno home was broken into.

But things have just taken a new bizarre twist. Gateway Pundit just announced that Jesus Campos is missing.

Campos was scheduled to appear on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News but, a…

Las Vegas Mystery: The Secret Life of Jesus Campos

Our regular readers have probably noticed that we don't delve into conspiracy theories as much as we used to, the reason being that it's not a lot of fun receiving angry emails threatening us with violence or lawsuits. A few months back we wrote an article about Seth Rich and it only took about 45 minutes before the death threats came rolling in (someone eventually flagged our article and those First Amendment-loving patriots at Google forced us to remove the piece). We also wrote several articles about Sandy Hook, only to be threatened with legal action by no less than four parties related to the victims (which seemed strange, since we never definitively concluded that Sandy Hook was a hoax, false flag or cover-up. In fact, we debunked quite a few claims made by some prominent Sandy Hook "Truthers"). When it comes to conspiracy theories, apparently you can't please everyone.
But the recent developments in the Las Vegas shooting case has forced us to once again q…

The Suicide Feast of Ho Why

In the summer of 1913 a strange feast took place in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The culmination of the banquet resulted in six Chinese men being arrested, accused of playing a role in the bizarre suicide of Ho Why.

Ho Why had arrived in America twenty-six years earlier and opened a Chinese laundry at 200 Kentucky Avenue. It was a popular line of work among Chinese immigrants, who devotedly toiled over their washtubs to send money back to families in China. Ho Why was a hard worker, and his years of labor had caused him develop a chronic illness. He coughed all the time, he grew frail and dangerously thin, and everyone knew that his time in the mortal realm was drawing to a close. But to Ho Why, his greatest shame was the fact that he had no son and that the family name would die along with him.

In June of 1913 Ho Why sent invitations to all of his friends and relatives living in the United States to join him in a sumptuous feast. From New York came Shu Nan, Lee Don and Hong Jan; from Ne…

The Tarcutta Mystery: Stumping Scientists Since 1949

In our previous post, in which we discussed a few of the most baffling cases of poltergeist activity, we mentioned the infamous Tarcutta Mystery, which took place on an Australian dairy farm throughout 1949. Since some of our readers expressed an interest in learning more about this case, we've decided to devote an entire post to this bewildering mystery.

Lawrence A. Wilkinson owned a dairy farm in sparsely populated region of New South Wales not far from the village of Tarcutta, whose reputation as a sheep and cattle raising center dates back to the late 19th century. The first white men to set foot in the region were the European explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell, who encountered a tribe of Wiradjuri aborigines there in January of 1825. Within three decades, a post office would be built in Tarcutta and the village officially sprang into existence in 1890.

It was in early 1949 when witnesses began seeing strange things happening on Lawrence "Laurie" Wilkinson…