US Air Force recently warned people against participating in "storm Area 51" event. (Representational Image)
UFO enthusiasts have started descending towards near the secret US military installation known as Area 51 in Nevada, US. According to media reports, the crowd is turning up in response to a recent social-media invitation to ‘storm’ Area 51. The secrecy of Area 51 has stoked conspiracy theories that it houses the bodies of alien crew from the crash of an unidentified flying object that took place in the year 1947 in New Mexico. People fascinated with the 'existence' of extra-terrestrial life are set to crowd the areas nearby Nevada, prompting military warnings not to approach the protected site.
The event named ‘Storm Area 51, They Cant’s Stop All of Us’ to raid the deserts of Nevada, believed to store some existing evidences of UFO, suggests human’s hunt for answers of the unanswered, unclear, or believed to have been hidden from the mankind.
However, the US Air Force recently warned people against participating in "storm Area 51" event. The social media invitation, which has attracted more than 1 million interested people, suggests that a mass of people attempt to run into the mysterious site at 3 a.m. on September 20.
The site is part of the vast Nevada Test and Training Range and has become the centre of UFO conspiracy theories.
After decades of refusal by government officials to acknowledge Area 51, the CIA released declassified documents in 2013 referring to the 8,000-square mile (20,700-sq. kilometre) installation by name and locating it on a map near the dry Groom Lake bed.