Well, it turns out that there is really an Area 51. It’s located in the Mojave Desert about 100 miles north of Las Vegas. But in admitting this for the first time, the government is also contending it isn’t hiding any UFOs or cadavers of aliens there.
For decades, the federal government has refused to acknowledge Area 51. And for decades, citizens in the region have reported UFO sightings. Area 51 has been credited with being the graveyard of squid-like aliens, wrecked UFOs, and even Elvis Presley.
Maybe you saw “Independence Day,” the movie that made much of Area 51. There’s a new movie coming out called simply . . . “Area 51.” The description of the plot on the Internet Movie Database is one sentence long.
“Terror strikes when reporters visit a secret base that houses extraterrestrials.”
But a couple of weeks ago, documents released by the federal government acknowledged Area 51, but—truth be tol–it’s just a big salt flat in the middle of nowhere that allowed the military to safely test the Stealth bomber and other secret aircraft.
But I’m afraid it’s going to be awhile until we can all go on a guided tour of the place, much to the disappointment of conspiracy fans everywhere.