Las Vegas Gunman May Have Targeted Lollapalooza & Life Is Beautiful Festivals

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The wealthy real estate investor opened fire Sunday from his multistory perch onto the crowd below, killing 58 people and injuring nearly 400.

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The gunman who carried out the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history had booked rooms at a Chicago hotel overlooking the Lollapalooza music festival in August, the website TMZ reported on Thursday. Paddock's booking of the hotel room was first reported by TMZ.

The official said no evidence has been found that Paddock ever came to Chicago that weekend.

Two months later, Paddock rented a room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort, and opened fire on a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip, killing 58 people and wounding hundreds more.

The source told the Las Vegas Review Journal that construction crews have repaired the holes after the FBI had investigated.

He said at the time that they had information that Paddock may have attended Life is handsome.

In a statement released by her Los Angeles lawyer, she said she had no warning about his plans and pledged to cooperate with investigators. He says the department will increase the number of undercover officers working Monday night when the Bears play at Soldier Field and next week when the Cubs return to Wrigley Field for the National League playoffs.

"When we did see he was gambling, we did not see another individual appearing there".

They said, "We haven't been able to determine if there has been anybody else in the room besides him".

The person was not authorized to speak publicly and disclosed the information to The Associated Press only on condition of anonymity.

Danley, who was overseas for more than two weeks, said she was initially pleased when she was wired money from Paddock to buy a house for her family in the Philippines.

She said she loved Paddock as a "kind, caring, quiet man" and hoped they would have a future together. But she later feared it was a way to break up with her.

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