Since a long time, the mystery behind Area 51 has always been part of our lives. We have heard numerous rumors that the vicinity holds answers to the existence of extraterrestrial creatures.
Storm Area 51
The Facebook event “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” has caught the attention of people all around the world. Around 1.8 million people are going for the event and 1.3 million people are interested. The raid meme has become the most elaborate joke of 2019.
The event has blown up so much that the US Air Force has stated that, “[Area 51] is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces.”
It was in 1989 when a man named Bob Lazar in an interview on US television claimed to previously work as a physicist in Area 51. Recently, he appeared on a podcast hosted by Joe Rogan’s and also has a Netflix documentary about him, which could have fueled the idea of storming Area 51.
Moreover, Lazar claims that he had worked on dismantling a UFO and read government documents describing the backstory about the alien. However, he does not have any proof to back his claims.
Where is Area 51 located?
Area 51 is a part of a military base which is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. The US government calls it the Nevada Test and Training Range. The vicinity is heavily guarded, therefore storming the area is not easy.