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Area 51 IntroductionArea 51 has been at the center of the UFO existence controversy for many years The government denies its existence but how do you explain Two-hundred forty-three or more white Jeep Cherokees patrolling an area that does not exist This and many other factors are what contribute to the mystique of the place called Area 51 Paragraph 1Area 51 is located in the desert on the south central quadrant sector basin side of Groom Dry Lake approximately one-hundred miles north of Las Vegas Nevada The actual base is located on a dried up lake in the middle of a mountainous dessert Paragraph 2Area 51 also known a Groom Dry Lake is a secret military facility that the government will not discuss It is a highly restricted military base many levels above top secret The United States Government denies its existence despite evidence to the contrary The town of Rachel is within twenty miles of Area 51 and is a magnet for UFO enthusiasts worldwide Area 51 has been in existence since World War one and many advancements in military science and technology have been made and developed there To breach the perimeter could result in your death because it is so top secret It is reported that in order to avoid spy plane and satellite reconnaissance most activities and experiments have been conducted underground It is the experiments above ground mainly test flights that help to perpetuate the UFO storiesLeiby Richard pa1 In early 1947 officials at the Roswell Army Air Field collected the remains of what they initially reported to be a wrecked Flying Disc That predd release was quickly revised to say it was only a weather baloon But the lore grew to include tales of almond-eyed little gray men being spirited away for autopsies and even interrogationsLeiby Richard
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