“Storm Area 51”

Storm Area 51 Announcement that generated over 200 million followers

Storm Area 51 Announcement that generated over 200 million followers

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The Forecast Was Wrong~Storm Area 51 Fail

 

Storm Area 51 Announcement that generated over 200 million followers

 

“Storm Area 51” disappointed a lot of people on September 20, 2019. The whole event really didn’t even have a huge purpose, and not a lot really happened.

What is Area 51?

Area 51 is a U.S. Air Force facility located in a Nevada Desert. They run all kinds of tests, and the whole place is very secretive and important. Some Americans believe that aliens have been discovered, and kept there, however, this isn’t likely true.

What is “Storm Area 51”?

“Storm Area 51” was an event originally created as a joke by Matty Roberts, a college student. He created a meme that said, “Storm Area 51, They can’t stop all of us.” Matty was mind blown, however, when two million people signed up for the raid.

The raid was planned to occur on September 20, 2019, and lots of information and plans were sent out. Alien festivals took place, and many people were really excited for the storm.

What Happened at the Storm?

On September 20, many Americans anxiously waited to hear the news of what happened. The news they received, however, was very disappointing. Only around 100 people showed up to the event, and only one arrest was made. The arrest didn’t even have to do with the event.

The whole “Storm Area 51” event was a huge flop, and many people were very upset. Not only were no aliens discovered, but the turnout was very small. Improper planning, and lack of willing people caused the whole event to fail.