Paranormal Investigator Finds a ‘Time Warp’ Near Las Vegas

by paranormalwarehouse

Many of us when we head to Las Vegas, lose time on our own with no help from a ‘time warp’.  The windowless casinos and endless lights and drinks create our own ‘time warp’, but recently a paranormal investigator named Joshua Warren may have found a real ‘time warp’.

Recently, Warren has been measuring the rate of time between Las Vegas and Area 51.  For the most part, Warren did not see any readings until he got just north of the city between I-15 and Route 93.  While using a DT Meter, which is a differential time rate meter, Warren received a reading showing time slowing down for 20 microseconds.

“That signal is always supposed to travel at the same rate of time at any particular place.  The only way that could change is if a black hole approached earth or something like that, which is never supposed to happen,”   Warren said.  “At this spot, on June 18 of 2018, I actually measured for the first and only time, time itself slowing down for 20 microseconds.”

According to the laws of physics, this is NOT supposed to happen.

“That shouldn’t happen unless there is some kind of unknown technology being tested nearby that would influence the environment, or if there are naturally places around planet earth that actually sort of flicker once in a while, that warp a little bit,” Warren said.

“The big question at this point is not whether or not we have these anomalies, but what’s causing them?  Is this something natural that gives us a window a gateway into another world or another level of reality?  Or is this the byproduct of some kind of weird technology, be it something secret and man-made or something that’s extraterrestrial?”  Warren said.

Unfortunately, Warren had only gotten the reading once but he plans to continue his research in hopes of finding some sort of pattern within the measurements.


Source:  “’Time Warp’ Discovered by Paranormal Investigator Outside of Las Vegas.” Fox17, CNN Wire, 27 June 2018,

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