Homeland Security Installs Video Surveillance At Home Where Aliens Were Spotted


A Las Vegas family claimed that aliens crash landed in their backyard and the department of Homeland Security shockingly responded by putting up heavy duty surveillance cameras on the roof of their home.

A man called 911 in the early hours of May 1 and reported that his family saw an object fall out of the sky and crash into his backyard.

He then claimed that what emerged from the landing site was alien.

“There’s like an 8-foot person beside it and another one is inside us and it has big eyes and it’s looking at us — and it’s still there,” he told the dispatcher according to KLAS.

“I swear to God this is not a joke, this is actually — we’re terrified,” he continued.

“They’re like 8 foot, 9 feet, 10 foot. They look like aliens to us. Big eyes. They have big eyes. Like, I can’t explain it, and big mouth. They’re shiny eyes and they’re human. They’re 100% not human.”

Two Las Vegas Metro police officers were dispatched to the scene and they had just witnessed something streak across the sky 40 minutes prior.

Amazingly, one of their body cameras caught a the object, which was reportedly seen as far as Utah and Nevada, on video.

“I’m so nervous right now,” one officer said as they were driving over. “I have butterflies bro — saw a shooting star and now these people say there’s aliens in their backyard.”

When they arrived on scene, the officers were less than skeptical while interviewing the witnesses.

“I’m not going to BS, you guys. One of my partners said they saw something fall out of the sky, too,” one of them said.

“So that’s why I’m kind of curious,” he continued. “Did you see anything land in your backyard?”

“I don’t believe in it but what I saw right now, I do believe in it,” a witness said as they led the officers into the backyard.

“You guys seem like legit scared so I don’t blame you,” the policeman replied.

While they didn’t find any aliens in the backyard, there was a circular imprint in the dirt, and investigators were at the family’s home for several days before closing the case.

In an odd turn of events, the Homeland Security department of the Las Vegas Metro Police Department (LVMPD) installed video surveillance cameras outside of the home.

Las Vegas crime podcaster Doug Poppa interviewed the family, despite not “really” believing in UFOs.

When he arrived at the home for an interview, he noticed professional grade video surveillance equipment on their roof.

“The mother told me they came out there and put up the cameras, supposedly to protect the family from people coming to bother them about the UFO,” Poppa told the New York Post.

“But I can tell you right now. Cops don’t come out and put up expensive video equipment up like that — and they certainly wouldn’t for someone calling in a report about a UFO,” he remarked.

In an even weirder twist, when The Post contacted the LVMPD spokesperson about the installation of the cameras, they denied that the a “Homeland Security” department existed on their premises, until the reporter kindly reminded them that the LVMPD lists it on their website.

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