What is Area 51?
Inside the National Test and Training Range (NTTR) in Neavada, USA is the most famous US military facility, “Homey Airport”. The facility is popularly known as AREA 51, Groom Lake, and Dreamland. Located geographically at Groom Dry Lake the facility is operated by the U.S. Air Force from Edwards Air Force Base. Airspace above AREA 51 is within the military’s designated R-4808N complex.
A document was once uncovered that refereed to Homey Airport as AREA 51. The document was written by the CIA sometime during the Vietnam War.
Why is Area 51 Popular?
In 1989 an incredible turn of events took place. A man named Bob Lazar claimed the federal government was hiding recovered alien technology within AREA 51. Lazar claimed to have witnessed flying saucers and alien technology at a complex known as S-4 located off the shoreline of Papoose Lake in the foothills while he was temporarily employed there as a scientist. Papoose Lake is located just miles southwest of AREA 51. The secret complex S-4 supposedly has hidden doors in the ground and mountain that open allowing the alien technology to be tested. These claims of alien technology at AREA 51 have never been verified, yet.
What’s Inside the Base?
While the public doesn’t know exactly what happens at the top secret facility, anonymous former employees we’ve spoken to face-to-face, claim aircraft and spaceplanes are tested at AREA 51. We have verified that secret experimental aircraft and foreign aircraft are tested at Area 51.
Our Area 51 Videos
We have conducted many investigations at Area 51 in hopes of observing alien UFO activity in the area. You can view our Area 51 videos below. To view more of our investigations/research please visit our YouTube Channel.
Groom Lake Road
The Back Gate
Area 51 Panorama
Area 51 Newspaper Archive
View historical newspaper articles related to Area 51 in our Research Archive. We spend thousands of hours a year researching UFO related information. We deposit this information in our Research Archive. Below are the Area 51 articles we’ve uncovered.
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