Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend says he would ‘SCREAM in bed at night’ and investigators say he may have been in ‘mental anguish’ – but they STILL don’t know why he murdered 58 people

Friday, October 6, 2017
By Paul Martin

Stephen Paddock, 64, had cried out in the night in the weeks prior to his Sunday rampage, his girlfriend said
Marilou Danley, 62, has been speaking to the FBI since arriving back in the US from the Philippines on Tuesday
She said he had developed ‘mental health symptoms,’ inside sources said – but the FBI aren’t sure of motive
They don’t believe his mental health had deteriorated so badly that he could have committed mass murder
Investigators are also looking at what he did in the hour between his last shots and SWAT finding him dead
It also emerged Thursday that Paddock has rented a hotel room overlooking Chicago’s Lollapalooza in August
Cops said he didn’t arrive at the hotel; he also rented a condo overlooking a Las Vegas fest in September
Paddock killed 59 people including himself, and injured 489 others at the Route 91 Harvest music festival
Number of critically injured people has dropped from 58 on Wednesday to eight today, hospital system said

By JAMES WILKINSON
DAILYMAIL.COM
5 October 2017

The girlfriend of Las Vegas mass murderer Stephen Paddock told the FBI he had developed ‘mental health symptoms’ and would scream at night, it has emerged.

Marilou Danley, 62, said Paddock, 64, ‘would lie in bed, just moaning and screaming, “Oh my God,”‘ according to an ex-FBI official briefed on the situation.

Investigators – who interviewed Danley after she arrived back in the US from the Philippines on Tuesday night – believe that he may have been in ‘mental or physical anguish,’ that official and another ex-FBI source told NBC News.

However, they said that detectives are still no closer to determining Paddock’s motive for the deranged shooting spree that saw him killing 59 people, including himself, and injuring 489 others.

While Danley’s remarks suggest that Paddock was not well, investigators do not believe that his mind had deteriorated enough to set up and execute his elaborate mass-murder plan, which saw him firing on a crowd of 22,000 people at a country music festival.

Other areas now under investigation are the hour-long gap between 10:15pm, when Paddock unloaded more than 200 rounds into the hall outside his room, wounding a security guard, and 11:20pm, when police breached the room and found Paddock dead on the floor.

Paddock did not fire at all during that time. It was suggested by Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo that he may have been trying to devise a way to escape.

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