A car moves along the Extraterrestrial Highway near Rachel, Nev., the closest town to Area 51. Photocredit: AP Unless you live in a cave or perhaps are hiding in an underground bunker that lacks internet
For UFO believers and conspiracy theorists, discovering the secrets of Area 51, a tightly guarded military installment in the Nevada desert, has always seemed like the ultimate — if nearly impossible quest.
If you're on Facebook, chances are that you may have heard of the notorious "Storm Area 51" event, to which millions of users have now RSVP'd. The out-of-this-world ordeal started off as a joke after student
First, they came for the aliens. Then, they came for the Bermuda Triangle. Now, they're coming for the Loch Ness Monster. Following in the footsteps of the "Storm Area 51" and "Storm the Bermuda Triangle"
Are millions of y'all really gonna bum rush Area 51? There's no reason to harsh the aliens' mellow, especially if they're listening to the Viking's Choice playlist, spacing out to heady psych, nasty death
We recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The internet got flooded with articles, images, and videos to celebrate the event of first man on the moon. Now, although mostly
The day after a joke plan to raid Area 51 is set to take place in Nevada, Facebook users are planning to storm Loch Ness in Scotland. The event is titled: "Storm Loch Ness, Nessie can't hide from us all."
Oklahoma City animal shelter asks Area 51 raiders to 'come storm our shelter' instead, gets huge response
An animal shelter in Oklahoma claims the response to its Area 51-themed post has been “out of this world” after photos of the facility’s protective, “alien-flighting” pets went viral. OKC Animal Welfare,