Take a drive through Alien Country where there are more UFO sightings than at any other place on the planet.
Despite the secrecy and rumors surrounding this top-secret U.S. military facility in the Nevada desert, here are some things we do know about Area 51.
No aliens were harmed during two Area 51-adjacent music festivals, but Lincoln County's wallet is mightily dented.
It seems many Twitter users can't believe anyone actually showed up.
Area 51 has long been a target for conspiracy theories.
Millions of people have signed up to the Facebook event, which promotes storming the U.S. Air Base on September 20, 2019
"Dear #Area51 raiders, 1. This is a terrible idea. 2. Make sure you spend all your money on fries before you go. 3. Zig-zag," one user wrote.
Video captured from Navy pilots in both 2004 and 2015 continue to get analyzed, even as the Area 51 Raid looms this weekend.
Two Dutch YouTubers drove three miles into the Nevada National Security Site in an attempt to access Area 51 and discover evidence of alien life.
"We don't have enough resources for medical emergencies, waste management and sanitary facilities."
The sweepstakes winners will be announced on Friday.
"It spooked me out. We need to be able to let the public know what to do on September 20."
Mike St. Lawrence says his business has sold upwards of 6,000 policies since 1987. It has been given a boost by a recent Area 51 meme, leading to expanded coverage—for those in on the joke.
Meme creator Matty Roberts and Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell are working together to bring a memorable, safe event to all Area 51 "raiders" on September 20.
The tongue-in-cheek gathering was inspired by the "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" event.
People are flocking to a new joke Facebook event calling for everyone to "storm the Bermuda Triangle" after a similar page planned to raid Area 51 and "see them aliens."
Tear gas and pepper spray readied against anime fans outrunning bullets at Area 51.
The joke Facebook event urges attendees to run "Naruto style" at Area 51 to "move faster than their bullets" and "see them aliens." Will anyone show up?
Andrew Yang expressed curiosity on the UFO question, making him one of the first 2020 presidential candidates in the Democratic primary field to take a position on disclosure.
The singer of a popular '90s band has joined a former Pentagon official to prove that UFOs exist. But is the truth really out there?
The state is welcoming all aliens and alien-seekers with a fresh itinerary.
An airline so secret the government has yet to admit it exists is looking for a candidate who has security clearance.