The last volley of gun shots may be the only ones coming from Paddock’s window. They’re the only clear sounding volley in this video.
That’s why there are so few shell casings seen in Paddock’s room.
I asked in a comment:
At 06:00, the *gun sound* is very clear and the *high frequencies come on strong only during parts* of this volley. Why is that? These are not the high frequency, hypersonic bullet arrival cracks that we hear in concert video, which arrive before the distant gun sound. High frequencies don’t travel far, unlike lower. What’s going on? No sound of helicopters at this time, so they’re not the origin. This can be heard easier and clearer in Jake’s large file video of this at vid.me at -53:00 https://vid.me/asiA6 . Any ideas? Does sound like bump stock, as the firing rate varies in speed. What could cause the wide variation in the high frequency part of the gun sound?
Shorter version of the VIDEO NOW HERE from Stable Foe
The last volley is definitely higher pitched, which requires close proximity and maybe no obstructions in-between shooter and camera — line-of-sight to Paddock’s window only during the last volley? Earlier volleys were also loud, but lack the high frequencies. Shooter could have been positioned lower, but still close, as the roof photographer’s testimony seems to indicate.]
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