Nearly 500,000 people join Facebook event to ‘storm’ Area 51 in September

Nearly half-a-million alien hunters have indicated that they plan to storm Area 51 in September, sharing hilarious memes of their plans if they secure a chance encounters with extraterrestrial life.

The ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us’ Facebook event has now garnered more than 460,000 ‘going’ RSVPs while another 460K have said that they are ‘interested’ in infiltrating the Nevada compound.  

The conspicuous event is scheduled to take place on September 20, though it’s very likely few, if any, are actually serious about attending. 

Thousands of alien hunters are gearing up to storm Area 51, America's most secretive and secure military base shrouded in extraterrestrial conspiracy theories (file photo)

Thousands of alien hunters are gearing up to storm Area 51, America’s most secretive and secure military base shrouded in extraterrestrial conspiracy theories (file photo)

More than 450,000 have RSVPd that they are 'going' to the event. One attendee posted a map explaining how the group would approach the highly-secure base

More than 450,000 have RSVPd that they are ‘going’ to the event. One attendee posted a map explaining how the group would approach the highly-secure base

Fanatics took to social media to share their excitement at the event, with many posting memes and gifs of their hopeful alien interactions.

One user shared a video of the Naruto running style, which was mentioned in the event’s description as the best method for moving ‘faster than their bullets.’ 

Others made ‘Avengers: End Game’ references, claiming the aliens would call Thanos when freed and that the mass group assembling would look like the epic final battle scene.

Fanatics took to social media to share their excitement at the event, with many posting memes and gifs of their hopeful alien interactions

Fanatics took to social media to share their excitement at the event, with many posting memes and gifs of their hopeful alien interactions

One user shared a video of the Naruto running style, which was mentioned in the event's description as the best method for moving 'faster than their bullets'

One user shared a video of the Naruto running style, which was mentioned in the event’s description as the best method for moving ‘faster than their bullets’

Others made 'Avengers: End Game' references, claiming the aliens would call Thanos when freed and that the mass group assembling would look like the epic final battle scene

Others made ‘Avengers: End Game’ references, claiming the aliens would call Thanos when freed and that the mass group assembling would look like the epic final battle scene

But several users just joked about the activities they would partake in with their new pals.    

The Facebook event is hosted by a ‘religious organization’ called ‘S***posting because I’m in shambles’ and a gaming page called ‘SmyleeKun’. 

‘We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry,’ the event description says. 

‘If we Naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets [sic] see them [sic] aliens.’

The phrase ‘Naruto run’ refers to anime character Naruto Uzumaki, who is known for a running style that has his body tilted forward and low to the ground while his arms are stretched out behind his back. 

The Area 51 Alien Center is a truck stop on Interstate 95, about an hour’s drive from the Nevada Test and Training Range – which contains Area 51.

The last known person who went hunting for aliens at Area 51 was shot dead by guards back in January. 

DailyMail.com has reached out to NTTR officials about whether the event is being taken seriously.

The Facebook event is hosted by a 'religious organization' called 'S***posting because I'm in shambles' and a gaming page called 'SmyleeKun'.  'We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry,' the event description says

The Facebook event is hosted by a ‘religious organization’ called ‘S***posting because I’m in shambles’ and a gaming page called ‘SmyleeKun’.  ‘We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry,’ the event description says

Area 51 is a US Air Force Base around 80 miles (130 km) northwest Las Vegas in rural Nevada

Area 51 is a US Air Force Base around 80 miles (130 km) northwest Las Vegas in rural Nevada

‘Area 51’ is the codename for the highly-classified remote detachment of California’s Edwards Air Base, located 83 miles northwest of Las Vegas. 

It was founded in 1955 as a test site for the Lockheed U-2 reconnaissance plane.  

Since then, however, it has become the subject of numerous UFO sightings and has become inextricably linked in the public’s mind with captive aliens and government conspiracies.  

Famous machines developed there include the U-2 spy plane, SR-71 Blackbird, and the F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighter. 

Many conspiracy theorists claim the base has been used to research an alleged crashed alien spacecraft at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.

The base was erected in a remote part of the Nevada desert to avoid prying eyes

The base was erected in a remote part of the Nevada desert to avoid prying eyes 

What takes place inside the heavy-duty fence at Area 51 has remained a mystery to anyone without high-level security clearance, save for a few photos taken illegally by curious conspiracy theorists.

In 2013 the US government admitted that the base is a secret intelligence hub when the CIA released an official history of the U-2 and OXCART projects, along with aerial photos of the site.

NTTR experienced a rare security breach in January when an unidentified male sped through a checkpoint at the entrance. 

Guards and Nye County police chased him at high-speed for about eight miles before he came to a stop and exited his vehicle. 

He began advancing toward officers with an ‘unknown cylindrical object’ in hand and did not heed verbal warnings to stop, so security officials were forced to open fire. 

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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