Vegas Shooter Complained About Loud Country Music On Night Before Killing Rampage

Tyler Durden's picture

In another bizarre detail about how Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock spent his last days at the Mandalay Bay resort and casino before launching the worst mass shooting in US history, one unidentified law enforcement source told CBS that Paddock twice called hotel security the night before the shooting to complain about loud country music emanating from the floor below.

Albert Garzon of San Diego said that security guards asked him to turn down music he was playing in his suite on the 31st floor at around 1:30 am Sunday, a little over 20 hours before the rampage on a country music festival. When different security guards paid Garzon another visit about his music a half-hour later, he turned it off.

A staffer at the hotel also reported that Paddock acted abruptly with them over some other issue, Milton reports. Apparently, Paddock had a history of being rude or overbearing with hotel staff. A former executive casino host at the Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa in Reno said Paddock had a "god complex" and expected quick service without regard to how busy the staff was at the time.

All the evidence uncovered by police so far suggests that Paddock started planning his rampage weeks in advance, even booking rooms near music festivals in other cities like Chicago and Boston earlier in the summer. He also booked a room near the Life is Beautiful music festival in Vegas that took place in late September – though it’s not clear whether he planned massacres at any of these sites.

Police also found dozens of guns in Paddock’s Mesquite, Nevada home, and explosives in his car that suggest he was planning a larger attack. Shortly after the rampage, police discovered 1,600 rounds of ammunition in Paddock’s car, along with fertilizer that can be used to make explosives and 50 pounds of Tannerite, a substance used in explosive rifle targets.

Police announced Thursday that they had found a Hyundai Tucson SUV they had been searching for as part of the probe while executing a search warrant at Paddock’s home in Reno, which he shared with his girlfriend, Marilou Danley. It wasn't immediately clear if the car was found on Thursday or earlier in the week when police searched the home and found several guns and ammunition.

Police still haven’t pieced together a motive for the shooting, and law enforcement sources have lamented that the 64-year-old gunman lived a “secret” life that may never be fully understood.

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JustPrintMoreDuh's picture

So a guy with a large arsenal in his room calls security?

nmewn's picture

His complaints to the front desk of all the loud noise outside his window went unresolved so naturally the thing to is...

ParkAveFlasher's picture

My question is, have they found his passport in the rubble yet?

Gaius Frakkin' Baltar's picture

The only narrative that's ever made sense is that he hated White middle America for unleashing Trump.

But of course that's also the most politically incorrect narrative, more so than false flag even.

MagicHandPuppet's picture

Have y'all hear the one about the guy who hated loud country music so badly, that he...

aw, never mind!

Something is fishy with this tragedy, and the narrative stinks to high heaven.

Took Red Pill's picture

One scenario that I don’t hear mentioned often is Paddock’s history with Lockheed-Martin. They are the Pentagon’s #1 supplier. He worked for them. They do much of the top secret, latest tech weapons. LM has been doing experiments on mind control since the 70’s. With the odd and uncharacteristic behavior of Paddock and his past with LM, who’s to say he wasn’t under some sort of mind control. Here’s one site that covers some of it;

and of course the CIA had a program on mind control going back to the 50's;

BennyBoy's picture


The why:


Paddock Prescription Pills

El Oregonian's picture

Deep State flopping all over themselves trying to find a lie that will suit them...

Their window of opportunity is quickly closing.

virgule's picture

Well, compared to all the implausible conspiracy theories we've read, I'd say that if he was pissed enough to call security twice about the noise one floor below, he would be acting logically, albeit extremely, to take out his guns to quiet down the loud noise at the concert across the street. Wouldn't be the first time neighbours somehwere trash it out viloently about noise issues.

DosZap's picture

BS:this is the excuse they always use,it had nothing to do with Valium.(if he took too much his ass would be on the floor,mixed w booze even faster.

Thinkpad's picture

In 2013 Paddock testified in court he took valium and had his doctor on retainer. He was given a sub of 60 pills in 2016 and there were still pills left in his home on that perscription. Psychopaths don't require drugs to kill.

Yog Soggoth's picture

He worked for JPL too. The planes he had were used for a spook operation thus most believe that paddock was at the very least working for them in some capacity. That would explain the loss of background. I think he was disposable. I really like the new narrative though,'I said turn that music down"!

Chupacabra-322's picture

This really is the “book depository” of Scripted False Narratives.

I mean seriously, Deep State?

Just like Hollywierd, It would appear as though the Criminal Deep State has run out of creative story lines & PsyOp False Narrative Script writers.

It truly is amateur night at the Criminal Deep State.

Whoa Dammit's picture

The floors of a highrise building are poured concrete. For Paddock who was on the 32nd floor, to hear loud music from the floor below, the guy playing country music would have had to have had it loud enough to wake up or bother the entire 31st floor. So once again I have to call BS on the story line they are telling us.

DeadFred's picture

Sometimes all you can be sure about is that you know you are being lied to. What is the truth here? Who can tell. But we can tell when we're getting BS, the smell gives it away. Sometimes I wonder if there is some sort of contest going on at the Ministry of Truth to see which of their minions can tell the biggest lie and get away with it. So far no one has won the prize and the whoppers keep getting bigger.

HardAssets's picture

Motels to just sleep in, while on a road trip ? Yeah, I've sometimes heard neighbors next door or above me.
High end hotel - - noise from below ? Nope, not buying it. Maybe if a band was playing.

StychoKiller's picture

Honky Tonk Song Lyrics


I got me a room in a cheap hotel
My head was a spinning and I didn't feel well
I laid right down and I tried to go to sleep
But the band was playing in the joint underneath

I picked up my pillow and I covered up my head
But the band kept a playing and a shaking my bed

Honky tonk all night long, honky tonk same old song
Honky tonk my money's all gone, honky tonk she done me wrong
I turned and I tossed but I couldn't go to sleep
'Cause the band kept a playing with a honky tonk beat

Well, I'm so blue when my baby's gone
She took all my money and she left me all alone
I'm trying to forget her but I don't know what to do
'Cause the honky tonk song keeps a leaking through

I picked up my pillow when I covered up my head
But the band kept a playing and a shaking my bed

Honky tonk all night long, honky tonk same old song
Honky tonk my money's all gone, honky tonk she done me wrong
I turned and I tossed but I couldn't go to sleep
'Cause the band kept a playing with a honky tonk beat!


Thinkpad's picture

Really as it isn't germane to anything why in the world would someone fabricate information that at the end of the day is irrelevant to the investigation? I say BS to you

Thinkpad's picture

Bullshit he did not work at JPL. He got his pilot's license for single engine fixed wing flight in 03 good for 5 years he never renewed it in 2008 so his license lapsed. There's no loss of background he had listed 27 residences he had no record with law enforcement but plenty of mortgages on various apts residences tax returns what the fuck are you babbling about?

Oldwood's picture

I bought a used manlift from them.....and I have lots of guns....and I HATE the neighbors loud music.....oops...

Reichstag Fire Dept.'s picture

Not to discount any "mind control" scenario as not true or even possible, I think it's too easy to use as an excuse to explain away reasons that are a lot more valid and doable...even preferable...

I'm going to go with the "Who is the angry Leftist nut in the Hotel window?", answer for $200.oo, Alex.

If there is a mind control aspect, it's built on top of this likely, and very plausable, reality.

Thinkpad's picture

MKUltra is still not definitively been proven still skirting the conspiracy fringe. Paddock never worked for Lockheed and the CIA ran MKUltra if it did actiually exist. Paddock never worked in any govt clearance type jobs the vetting is pretty comprehensive and he would be disqualified  because of his father.

Chupacabra-322's picture

@ Took,

Mind Control. “Programming?”

Just flick on the Idiot Box aka Tee Vee. Presstitute Mind Control Programming in its simplicity.

Thinkpad's picture

You don't hear it mentioned because you are not right. Paddock worked briefly in the 80's as an accountant for a company that eventually was bought by Lockheed Martin an event that occured after he was gone from said company. You don't need govt clearance to be an acct at an aerospace company to begin with much less he never was employed by LM. Psychopaths are cold and unfeeling end of the story. MK Ultra had nothing to do with Lockheed Martin they ran Skunkworks at area 51 doing experimental aircraft. My neighbor was the test pilot for the LM Blackbird at Area 51 that's from the horses mouth.

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird - Wikipedia
wcole225's picture

My favorite narrative is that the more guns that you own the more sinister are your plans and the more lethal are your actions. Using that logic every soldier should carry a dozen rifles.

Agent P's picture

And god forbid you own more than a dozen or so rounds of ammo.  Every gun owner I know would be drug through the mud by the media and labeled as some sort of domestic terrorist for the ammo they own.  


UmbilicalMosqueSweeper's picture

Who else is going to re-supply the Army and Marines when they get done shooting all of the traitors and their subversive minions?

1033eruth's picture

Gaius Frakkin' said, "The only narrative that's ever made sense is that he hated White middle America for unleashing Trump.

Odd, that narrative doesn't make sense to me at all.  

The narrative that makes most sense to me is that the Deep State was involved in this, used him as a patsy to YET ONCE AGAIN, advance the gun control agenda.

I'll bet anybody here on ZH $5000, that we'll have another mass shooting within 1 1/2 years and it too will be used as kneejerk justification for another round of gun control legislation.  Hell, I'll give you 2 to 1 odds.  That being the case, you can tell from the desperation that gun control isn't advancing fast enough for the deep state.  

With all the evidence that we've had to date and in particular since Obomit was elected, why would anyone think that creating circumstances to advance gun unthinkable?

Here is an article about FBI cooperation in conjunction with "catching terrorists" from the NY Times.

And you want to tell me that its unthinkable that the Las Vegas shooting wasn't planned and executed by more than Paddock?  

SoDamnMad's picture

Yeah. How do you spell B U L L S H I T ?

konadog's picture

Right next to a box of magic bullets that he bought from Lee Oswald on eBay.

NoDebt's picture

So today's narrative is, as many pointed out tonge-in-cheek from day one (myself included) "maybe he just doesn't like country music"???

Stop the car.  No, seriously, stop.  I gotta throw up.


new game's picture

never simple? huh, simply put, a combo of things caused this looser to be the perfect patsy. all staged for another 911.

the real question becomes, is here to help us?

enemies are amounst us.

be carefull what you say and to whom you speak with confidence.

uncle sam is listening, watching(and tracking)you. he is monitoring your spending behavior.

every single one of us is a number that can become a name(with very few exceptions).

are you a person of interest? yes, of course; pay those taxes- mutherfuker...

Antifaschistische's picture

that we haven't heard a single word about email content or internet sites this dude visited...suggests to me that it still doesn't fit their message.

MagicHandPuppet's picture

Y'all need to just calm the hell down and be patient!

As soon as they're done doctoring up all of the security footage and figure out how to not let this crisis go to waste, they'll give us every single detail that we need to swallow their undebunkable narrative.

Until then, questioning authority is just going to cause others to question authority... and... well... carry on!


stormsailor's picture

yeah, there not done baiting the hook yet

UmbilicalMosqueSweeper's picture

More likely than not, they're not done masturbating yet.

BeansMcGreens's picture

Well, there was that well thumbed through copy of Atlas Shrugged in his jean's back pocket.

Rapunzal's picture

Can they plz stop spinning the story. It's probably the worst organized false flag/hoax. They are very quick rolling out a new law, that is too easily expanded in banning semi automatic rifles. Plz folks check out the new bill by a republican from Florida it's unbelievable.

new game's picture

two things are happening concurrenty: a)gun laws to errode the 2nd. b)cashless society.

after that, t i don't want to be alive to visualize the matrix of plebs doing programmed behavior...

Bill of Rights's picture

Ok so who here will be handing over their guns?

WillyGroper's picture

watch this & it will all make sense for the fkn crazy making narratives.

can't recommend it enuf.

Brendon O'Connell/Hypernormalization.

Rapunzal's picture

It's not about that, they only need to convince the majority. It always has been like that. Do you really think they care about a few ZHgers who see throug them and their motives. How many people have really supported the Nazis in Germany in the early 30's. You only need the majority do nothing, a few that follow and the rest is history.

1033eruth's picture

Exactly, very poorly organized and executed which means DESPERATION.  Desperatte for what you ask?  

That should be obvious, to advance gun control one law at a time.

Feinstein had introduced a bill on Wednesday to ban bump stock weapons which is impossible unless she had prior knowledge of what was going to be in thaat room.  

So, what should make them so desperate to have gun control ASAP?  

There is a reason for that too.  I'm surprised the news hasn't made it to ZH yet, but its out.  A lot of insiders for MGM, owner of Mandalay Bay had sold stock before this event.  A whole SLEW of them.  And yes, a lawsuit has already been filed by one of the concert goers.

shovelhead's picture

So far, that's the most reasonable explanation that's come to light.