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Weird News'Storm Area 51' craze continues as 2M people pledge to raid secret gov't military base

06:05  02 august  2019
06:05  02 august  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

Half a million people pledge to storm Area 51 to 'see them aliens'

Half a million people pledge to storm Area 51 to 'see them aliens' Nearly half a million believers have declared they're rushing Area 51 to "see them aliens." By late Friday, 496,000 Facebook users RSVPd "yes" in hopes of catching up with their other-worldly friends at the event "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" on Sept. 20 in the Nevada desert. An additional 494,000 users responded that they were interested. "We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry," according to the event organizer, whose Facebook handle is Sh**posting cause im in shambles. "If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets.

Causes event in Amargosa Valley, NV, United States by Shitposting cause im in shambles and 2 others on Friday, September 20 2019 with 1.4 M people Area 51 . Amargosa Valley, Nevada 20908.

STORM AREA 51 . “If we Naruto run” — referring to the widely memed manga character — “we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.” The NTTR is affiliated with the Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas Valley, though only recently did the government intelligence recognize Area 51 ’s

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A million here, a million there. Pretty soon you're talking real figures.

The "Storm Area 51 event" event that went viral last month as people pledged to crash the secret military base in an attempt to "see them aliens" has only grown in scale in recent weeks. More than 2 million Facebook users have now said they are going, up from slightly more than 400,000 two weeks ago and 1.5 million people as of July 17.

An additional 1.4 million people have said they are interested in attending the event.

Following the craze, British oddsmaker BookMaker.eu placed odds on the number of sign-ups for the event, with the over/under set at 2.3 million. The odds on the over were most recently at -160 and the under was at +130. That means a better who bet $100 would win back their original bet plus $130 if less than 2.3 million people attend.

Half a million people signed up to storm Area 51. What happens if they actually show?

Half a million people signed up to storm Area 51. What happens if they actually show? "Let's see them aliens," the event's description reads.

Storm Area 51 refers to a satirical Facebook event which suggests that attendees storm the American airbase Area 51 , long-rumored to hold top- secret information about Storm Area 51 is a satirical Facebook event that calls for an assembly of a flash mob to infiltrate the top- secret American military

The Air Force has issued a stern warning to the over half of million people planning to storm a top- secret US military base in the Nevada desert who are on a hunt to “see them aliens.”Over 600,000 people have signed up to an event called “ Storm Area 51

BookMaker.eu also put odds on the number of arrests and whether aliens will actually be discovered. With regard to the number of arrests, based on what USA Today reports at the time of the event, the over/under is set at 9.5, with the under attracting most of the money, offering -350 odds.

As to whether aliens are actually discovered, the odds are in overwhelmingly in favor of No, at -40,000. That means a person would have to bet $40 just to win $1. But if for some reason the people manage to get through and E.T. is found running around, bettors will be rewarded handsomely, with the odds on Yes at +4,000.

While the event, which takes place Friday, Sept. 20 between 3 AM and 6 AM PDT, has garnered significant media attention, it's highly unlikely anything will come of it.

'Let's see them aliens': 1.3 mn people vow to storm classified US base

'Let's see them aliens': 1.3 mn people vow to storm classified US base As of Tuesday, more than 1.3 million people had signed up for a Facebook event called "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All Of Us" scheduled for the early hours of September 20, and a million more had marked themselves as "interested." Area 51 is a highly classified US Air Force base in the Nevada desert, the very existence of which was not publicly acknowledged by the CIA until 2013, when the agency declassified documents relating to the U-2 spy plane.

More than a million people have committed to storm Area 51 and “see them aliens”.The huge action – which has prompted a threatening response from the US military – grew out of a Facebook event that has swiftly become one of the most popular ever.Those joining the group are asked to indicate that

How I imagine the Area 51 raid is gonna end up looking like pic.twitter.com/fnQGp48hrE. The 5,000 square mile top secret base has long fascinated extraterrestrial enthusiasts who believe it is the final resting place of an alien spacecraft that crash-landed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.

U.S. Air Force spokeswoman Laura McAndrews recently issued a statement saying the Air Force "would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces," adding that it [the U.S. Air Force] "always stands ready to protect America and its assets."

Annie Jacobsen – author of "Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base – recently told Fox & Friends that she dismissed the idea that civilians could get close to the facility. She explained that the classified military facility is housed inside a classified testing and training range which is the size of Connecticut.

"That base is so jealously guarded, both in terms of media and in terms of actual physicality," said Jacobsen. "I don't think the Air Force or any of the other military partners or intelligence community partners that are all working out there at Area 51 are gonna let anybody anywhere near the entrance to Area 51."

It has, however, spawned sibling events, including the "Storm the Bermuda Triangle" event, which was set up by Dominick Carnovale, who said attending the Area 51 event would be "dangerous."

"I honestly just don't want people to attend the Area 51 event because I don't want people getting shot or arrested," Carnovale told Fox 5 NY.

A "Storm Loch Ness" event to look for the Loch Ness Monster has been created as well.


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