More than two thousand people gathered for the "assault"

More than two thousand people gathered for the “assault”

More than two thousand people arrived at the “storm” of the secret military base “zone 51” in the U.S. state of Nevada and held a number of thematic events, reports the CHANNEL 8 News NOW.
Earlier it was reported that about 75 people gathered near the military base of the “zone 51” in the Us state of Nevada. Some came in alien costumes, and one man put on a foil hat and took the DPRK flag with him. Those gathered from time to time shout “Aliens! Aliens!
According to the TV channel, the events took place in the settlements of Rachel (with a total population of fewer than 60 people) and Heiko.
In July, about two million people took to Facebook to “storm” the U.S. military base, “zone 51”, to confirm the legend that there is hidden evidence of alien visits to Earth or even aliens themselves. The event was scheduled for September 20, but in early August the social network deleted its page.
The “zone 51” in the U.S. state of Nevada has long been associated in the public consciousness with the conspiracy theory of extraterrestrial life forms. In the 1996 film “Independence Day,” the base appears as a laboratory for experimenting with aliens, but its current purpose is unknown. U.S. authorities only acknowledged the existence of the base in 2013, and it remains a well-guarded facility.

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