Las Vegas: home to something strange and/or unusual?

Las Vegas. A simple town of folks with simple ways. Is it possible that this is all just a ruse to hide a truth buried right there in the open?

Some back story:

As part of their civic-minded campaign to contribute to the understated charm and allure that is The Las Vegas Strip, the purveyors of The Bellagio installed a lake as the front yard of their casino. No ordinary lake, this one dances. A well choreographed dance at that, to songs ranging from Celine Dion’s Greatest Hit(s) to the operatic portions of the Sopranos, Season II soundtrack.

On the surface, it looks like a simple contribution to the property values not only of the Bellagio itself, but certainly the T-shirt stand and all you can eat shrimp buffet (which has apparently jacketed their prices up, from $3.99 to $19.95 since the installation of the fountain. Yes, I’m making that up.). At worst, a self serving marketing strategy to lure unsuspecting dupes and their gambling funds away from competing casinos.

Or could there be something even deeper beneath the surface? On a hunch, I consulted Google maps. And there it was, right in front of my face (conveniently highlighted for you, just in case it’s not as obvious to the untrained eye):


Masked by its dancing fountain, the Bellagio is hiding what can only be described as a crop circle. Note the presence of actual circles. The sweeping line, leading to an unclear — perhaps intentionally unclear — message. And the decidely crafty absence of crops. Judged on these critical factors, there’s an unquestionable similarity to other crop circles (except, of course, that last bit about the absence of crops):

As amiably straightforward as recently-discovered formations on Mars may be, it’s clear the perpetrators of the Bellagio formations intend to shroud themselves in mystery. Which is likely a sign that they’re up to no good. Keep your eyes open



3 Responses to “Las Vegas: home to something strange and/or unusual?”

  1. I saw this image on the other day. Even more amazing is the fact that this development is about 5 km from the Great Pyramids at Giza, supporting the hypothesis that Space Aliens helped to build them. Robin suggested that link.

  2. Your link was being fidgety, and I took the liberty of updating it.

  3. […] a go as a conversation topic at paranormal get togethers In hunting for images to rip off for the Vegas/Bellagio story a couple notches down the page from here, I serendipitously stumbled across what’s quickly […]

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