Did you know that 2.2 million people are interested in going to Area 51 near Las Vegas in late September to “storm” the facility? The number of Facebook users who have already said they are going is more than 1.2 million and another 1 million have said they are interested in going. Do you really think 2.2 million people are going to show up at Area 51 in late September? You can bet on how many people you think will actually sign up to go there, as BookMaker has odds posted. BookMaker also has odds on how many people will be arrested and whether or not aliens or alien artifacts will be found.
Area 51 Odds at BookMaker
Sign-Ups as “Going” to Storm Area 51 on Facebook
Over 2.3 Million ( -160 )
Under 2.3 Million ( +130 )
How Many People Will be Arrested at Area 51?
Over 9.5 ( +280 )
Under 9.5 ( -350 )
Aliens or Alien Artifacts Discovered at Area 51
Area 51 is located about 80 miles from Las Vegas and the surrounding area is a popular tourist destination. The facility is located near Nellis Air Force Base and has long been known as a secret site where the U.S. military is supposedly keeping alien remains and artifacts. There is now a Facebook event scheduled for September 20, 2019 where users are pledging to show up and storm the facility. Some of the organizers of the event have said that it is actually a joke, but the United States Air Force is taking it seriously. Their recent statement said, “Area 51] is an open training range for the U.S. Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces. The U.S. Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets.”
Conspiracy people have long believes that Area 51 has alien remains and artifacts and a Facebook group has now decided that they can overwhelm the military base and find out the truth. The event is called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.” The event is schedule for September 20 at 3 a.m. The information on the Facebook page said that people will meet at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and get ready for entry into the base.
The question is whether or not this Facebook event is real or fake. Some people have said that this is nothing more than a joke, but it sure hasn’t been taken as a joke by the U.S. military. It has also not been taken as a joke by some people who are already reserving rooms in Rachel, Nevada, which is not far from Area 51. All of the rooms at a local inn are already booked for September 20.
Area 51 has been in the news in the past and the U.S. Navy even seemed to say that they investigate UFO’s on a regular basis. It was just two years ago that the New York Times had a story on the Pentagon investigating reports of unidentified flying objects.
The Area 51 odds at BookMaker are likely to get adjusted in a big way based on news that comes out about the Facebook event being real or fake. If the event is indeed real then there will be people who will bet over the amount of people arrested at Area 51, but if the event never happens or is downplayed by the Facebook group, then bettors will bet under on the first two props. One thing we do know is that the Air Force is going to be ready for whatever happens. A spokesperson said to the media that the Air Force is ready to defend their base. “There’s going to be a force to reckon with,” the spokesperson said to the media, “They have enough helicopters and military aircraft at Nellis Air Force Base.”
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