Las Vegas police release chilling new photos showing Stephen Paddock's dead body and arsenal of weapons

The Las Vegas Police Department released graphic new photos that provide a chilling look inside Stephen Paddock's 32nd-floor Mandalay Bay Hotel room, from which he committed the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. 

The images depict Paddock's dead body surrounded by an arsenal of weapons, which he used to rain bullets down on the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival on October 1, killing 58 concertgoers and injuring hundreds more.

WARNING: The following images are extremely distressing: 

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Las Vegas police release new photos of Stephen Paddock's room
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Stephen Paddock's body (center right) and view from sitting area towards the bar/kitchenette.

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Stephen Paddock's body (top left) and view from sitting area towards the bar/kitchenette.

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View from entry of 32-135 towards the sitting area.

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View from sitting area towards the bar / kitchenette.

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View from foyer of room 32-135 towards the sitting area.

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View from sitting area towards master bedroom.

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Interior of room 32-134 from connecting doors.

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Interior of room 32-134 from connecting doors.

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View of the Las Vegas Village from room 32-135.

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Door leading to the stairwell secured by "L" bracket.

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View from 100 hallway towards room 32-135.

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Food Service Cart in hallway with camera.

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Food Service Cart in hallway with camera.

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View of connecting doors between room 32-135 and 32-134.

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Blue plastic hose with snorkel mouthpiece attached.

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Surveillance camera mounted to room door peephole.

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Small sledge hammer.

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Handwritten note with distance/bullet drop calculations.

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Damage to entry door of room 32-135.

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Damage to entry door of room 32-135.

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Desk in master bedroom of 32-135 with SCUBA mask and power hand drill.

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Hallway of room 32-134 with food service cart and laptop connected to cameras.

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Paddock's vehicle.

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Explosive precursors found in Paddock's vehicle.

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Exploding targets found in Paddock's vehicle.

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McCarran International Airport fuel tank with bullet strikes.

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Upper bullet strike.

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Lower bullet strike.

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The crime scene photos also show the cameras Paddock hid outside of his room to keep an eye out for hotel staff and policemen, including one inside of a food cart and one mounted on his door's peephole.

After the deadly attack, Paddock took his own life by shooting himself in the mouth, according to officials.

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