People have been spotting alien spacecraft in our skies for decades. There are many who point to “Area 51” — that U.S. Air Force military installation located at Groom Lake in southern Nevada, which has been the focus of numerous conspiracies involving extraterrestrial life — as proof that aliens exist. Countless movies, TV shows and songs have been dedicated to the idea that life exists outside of our solar system, and that it’s not a matter of “if” but “when” alien beings from other galaxies make “first contact” with the citizens of Earth.

Whether you believe in aliens and these spacecraft sightings or not, there’s one specific sighting that should pique the interest of everyone in the adult nightclub industry. It occurred on Thursday, December 22, and it happened directly above the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas — which happens to lie just 90 minutes south of Area 51. Coincidence?!

Dozens of individuals have uploaded video “evidence” of flashing red and white/yellow lights directly above the club, as it appeared to hover there for several minutes. Was their buddy inside getting a lap dance? Were they trying to abduct some of the entertainers in order to “probe” them? No one seems to know.

Check out the video here, and you be the judge!

The object stayed stationary in the sky, behind some clouds, and the videos posted show the usual Las Vegas spotlights and other man-made lighting elements interacting with those same clouds totally differently and making the object appears if really was something in the sky, according to a recent article.  That article also seems to absolve the club from creating this situation as some sort of elaborate publicity stunt.

“As several employees of the club were responsible for filming this thing, the first guess is to wonder if it’s just a PR stunt, though Vegas insiders say that the Sapphire Gentleman’s Club doesn’t exactly need a lot of advertising,” says the article’s author, Diana Logan.

“Many people theorize that the cold snap across the country meant that ice crystals high up in the clouds were reflecting the famous lights of Vegas in a way that onlookers and locals might now have been used to,” the article continues to state. “One person even mapped these lights to objects and buildings on the street near the club. And despite all the excitement, this does seem like the most probable situation.”

Is it really a far-fetched idea to suggest that if aliens visited Earth, they’d hit up a world-renown strip club while they were here?!

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