Area 51: Here's What Will Happen if You Try to Invade the Government Base

Credit: Facebook

Credit: Facebook

Let me begin by saying, deadly force is authorized on the Area 51 grounds, so please do not try to invade a government facility.

Now... the infamous private U.S. Air Force facility has seen a resurgence of cult like followers desperate to "see them aliens!" A simple Facebook event that began as a joke really took on a life of its own after asking users to meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and Naruto run into the facility.

"We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens."

The American people have long believed that the U.S. government is harboring aliens and flying saucers at Area 51. For years, the government denied any existence of the facility until 2013, when the CIA opened up following a public records request from George Washington University.

The event is planned to take place September 20th. Speculation over the existence of Aliens is expected to bring out a large crown, potentially including some celebrities (Guy Fieri has joking stated that he would cater the gathering).

Over 1.7 million have marked "going" on Facebook, and another 1.3 million gave a maybe.

So if you're actually thinking of going out to the event, here's what you need to know.

About 1 hour and 22 min west of Las Vegas, Nevada, you will find the Area 51 Visitor's Center. Shouldn't be too hard to find, there will be a mini-mart, Alien Cathouse, picnic areas, and an ET-themed brothel. The spot is the designated meet up point where you and a bunch of other Naruto runners will plan your course.

Consider using a ride-share service as parking at the visitor's center appears to hold only a couple hundred cars.

From there you would head to Area 51, which would take about about 1 hour and 52 minutes. You can take either one of two roads that lead to Sugar Bunker including Cane Spring Road, or I-95 and then the Mercury Highway.

From then on there is a good chance you will be ticketed, detained, or arrested. Area 51 security force donning camo attire aka the "camo dudes," does patrol the area and will stop you. The "dudes" are reportedly well armed and typically not in the joking mood so I can't imagine they'd be ecstatic to meet with Facebook Naruto runners.

Trying to get passed them will likely not work either as Area 51 is allegedly rigged with sensors notifying security of any intrusion. If that won't scare you off, just reading the signs citing the Internal Security Act of 1950 - “Use of deadly force authorized.”

Those attempting to trespass can be held for hours by perimeter security whilst a sheriff arrives on scene to dish out a hefty fine.

According to Foxtrot Alpha, even responding with "going" on Facebook could potentially be read as a committing federal conspiracy charges. This is a government facility after all.

So if I were you, I'd think about storming Area 51. There might be aliens, but there also might not be.

U.S. Military Says It 'Stands Ready' To Defend Area 51 From Alien Seekers - Thumbnail Image

U.S. Military Says It 'Stands Ready' To Defend Area 51 From Alien Seekers

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