Chris Bethel, back in Fort Worth on Tuesday, was staying Sunday night in the Mandalay Hotel in Las Vegas, just a couple of floors below the shooter’s room.
Chris Bethel, back in Fort Worth on Tuesday, was staying Sunday night in the Mandalay Hotel in Las Vegas, just a couple of floors below the shooter’s room. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
Chris Bethel, back in Fort Worth on Tuesday, was staying Sunday night in the Mandalay Hotel in Las Vegas, just a couple of floors below the shooter’s room. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

He was two floors below the Las Vegas shooter. Here’s what he saw and heard

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