400K people want to raid Area 51 to 'see them aliens'

Signage on the highly guarded perimeter of Area 51 in Nevada

Signage on the highly guarded perimeter of Area 51 in Nevada

[Screenshot: Facebook] It's unclear how serious the event's organizers are about invading Area 51. Almost 400,000 have pledged to find out.

According to the event, titled, "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us", a group of alien hunters will meet at 3 a.m. on September 20 near the top-secret U.S. Air Force Base to coordinate a plan of attack to reveal the truth behind the curtain.

After a meet-up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction in Amargosa Valley, Nevada, they will rush the base with their arms behind their backs like characters from Naruto. "Lets see them aliens". So, that's it. After decades of mystery, humanity will Naruto run its way to unravelling alien life. Since then, Area 51 has been awash in conspiracy theories-and not just about aliens.

A large group of people are determined to uncover the secrets being housed at Area 51, a top secret military installation in the middle of the Nevada desert.

DailyMail.com has reached out to NTTR officials about whether the event is being taken seriously. For the uninitiated, alien enthusiasts believe that it's a top-secret military base located in Navada, USA where the American government keeps the aliens and out-of-the-world technologies they come across, reports New York Post.

Famous machines developed there include the U-2 spy plane, SR-71 Blackbird, and the F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighter. In 2013, the Central Intelligence Agency officially acknowledged the existence of Area 51 by declassifying documents detailing the history of both the U-2 and OXCART projects.

He began advancing toward officers with an "unknown cylindrical object" in hand and did not heed verbal warnings to stop, so security officials were forced to open fire.

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