I've been following the details and things about the Las Vegas massacre since it happened. I'm going to try and list all of the anomalies or things that don't quite add up in this thread, but feel free to add to this if you know of more. This was the first video footage that I saw. Though I have to say, when I first saw it, the audio in that made me think that maybe it was some kind of paintball gun or something. I didn't sound like a real gun. You have people in this video right here kind of saying the same exact thing...they were there on the ground and they're arguing among themselves as to whether or not the gunfire is actually real. Now, THIS sound like real gunfire. This actually sounds exactly how I would think a high-caliber machine gun would sound. To me, that Taxi Cab video is BY FAR the best evidence we have so far that there were at least 2 different shooters from 2 different locations. I don't know enough about the crime scene to say for sure. I mean, if the guns were shot from two different windows, and the guns were angled differently, I suppose that could explain why one gun sounds really close and the other is far away, but there's no way ONE shooter could fire two guns at the same time from two different locations, but that's exactly what we seem to be hearing in that Taxi Cab video.