400,000 people have joined a Facebook event pledging to raid Area 51

313K join group pledging to storm Area 51 to search for aliens

Hundreds Of Thousands Of People Have Signed Up For A Not-So-Secret Raid On Area 51

The Facebook event is hosted by a "religious organization" called "S***posting because I'm in shambles" and a gaming page called "SmyleeKun". Almost 400,000 have pledged to find out.

More than 400,000 people have signed up to join an event to stormthe world-famous Area 51 in search of aliens.

Attendees will supposedly meet at a nearby "tourist attraction" where they will "coordinate our entry".

"If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets", said the cheeky event details. "Lets see them aliens". "Naruto run" refers to a Japanese anime style of running with the arms thrust backward and the head stretched forward. So, that's it. After decades of mystery, humanity will Naruto run its way to unravelling alien life.

It appears the person behind the page is surprised by - and anxious about - the amount of interest generated as 313,000 Facebook users as of Thursday afternoon are listed as "going" on September 20. Since then, Area 51 has been awash in conspiracy theories-and not just about aliens.

Over 450,000 people want to know what's really the deal with Area 51.

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

The CIA chose the area in 1955 for the secret Lockheed U-2, a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft.

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

"Although the commonly preferred official name for the facility today is the Nevada Test and Training Range at Groom Lake, both the names Watertown and Area 51 were used as official names for the facility", according to a brief history by the Central Intelligence Agency.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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