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Are we alone? Nearly 400K people have signed up for Facebook event to 'storm' Area 51 and 'see them aliens'

Are we alone? Nearly 400K people have signed up for Facebook event to 'storm' Area 51 and 'see them aliens'

July 12th, 2019|Tags: , , |

On Friday July 12, 2019, Usatoday at USA TODAY wrote:
Over 370,000 people signed on to a Facebook event to raid Area 51 in search of aliens. The facility's purpose has long been a subject of speculation.

The facility's purpose has long been a subject of speculation.A link has been sent to your friend's email address.A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.

If you want a chance at seeing extraterrestrials, your best bet is to head to these states.

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