One of the victims in Sunday's Las Vegas mass shooting claims the onslaught felt like it was carried out by more than one person, and thinks he has the evidence to support it.
The Blast spoke with Rocky Palermo, who has 30-40 pieces of bullet shrapnel still inside his body after taking a .223 round to the pelvis. He says the bullet was inches from paralyzing or even killing him.
Palermo strongly believes there were between 3-5 active shooters during the attack because as he ran away from the initial gunfire, he describes bullets not only raining down, but flying horizontally at the crowd.
Palermo — an avid hunter familiar with guns and ballistics — says the different trajectories of gunfire was extremely evident, even in the midst of chaos.
He is skeptical of the information being given by authorities regarding Stephen Paddock being a "lone wolf" gunman and has a theory as to why cops don't buy it.
Further, Palermo is questioning why certain exits out of the venue were suddenly closed off just before the shooting, but claims the same exits were open during the previous nights of the concert.
Palermo says he relayed his theory to the FBI during an interview while being discharged from the hospital, but has not heard any follow up since.
The "multiple shooter" theory has been rampantly discussed among conspiracy theorists since Sunday's deadly massacre. The theorists believe audio and video from the shooting support their claims.
BTW, Rocky's friends set up a GoFundMe to help cover medical and other expenses while he gets back on his feet.