Area 51 is really a lot of things: a secret base, sure, but also a legendary road trip in the desert southwest of the US, a magnet for paranormal claims, a UFO hotspot, and let’s not forget the rumors about alien technology.
Who are some famous people from Area 51?
A fun romp through the heyday of Area 51 in the 1990s, this indie film features interviews with the late Ambassador Merlyn Merlin II (from the planet Draconis), Pat Travis of the Little A’le’inn, Glenn Campbell (of the fabled Area 51 Research Center) and a host of UFO and Area 51 enthusiasts.
What did Robert Lazar do at Area 51?
If you’ve heard of Area 51, you can thank Robert Lazar. Lazar made the secret base famous by publicly claiming that he was employed there as a scientist whose job it was to reverse-engineer alien spacecraft. You know, the kind that come from other planets and hover silently and move faster than the speed of light.
Absolute Essentials: Area 51 guide 2017 for DIY visitors. Make sure to have a full tank of petrol at the last possible fuel station. There are no gas stations around; There is no cell phone coverage around 100 miles prior to Area 51. Mobile data ends 100 miles earlier.
Where to stay in Area 51 Las Vegas?
If your road trip takes you to Vegas for the night, there’s a variety of hotels pretty close to Area 51 the entire family can enjoy such as the El Cortez Hotel and Casino or the Golden Nugget . On the other end of the Extraterrestrial Highway is Alamo, and a perfect landing pad for you while you explore the route.
What to do if you lose WiFi in Area 51?
Google Maps (and Apple Maps) will not allow you to save offline version of roads around area 51. Best thing to do is to route whole way to your destination. After you have lost wireless data, which will happen around 200 miles before Area 51 – the software will still guide. DO NOT cancel routing otherwise you will not be able to re-route.
Where is the mailbox in Area 51 Nevada?
Visit the area 51 mailbox. It is located on the south of Route 375 and east of Rachel, Nevada. It is said that the mailbox belongs to both the Air Force Base and a local farmer. This is the most photographed mailbox in the world.