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Storm Area 51′ craze continues to 2M people, with a pledge to raid a secret gov’t base

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More than two million people to RSVP on the Facebook event as well as a social media campaign to Storm Area 51 ” is going viral.

A million here, a million there. Pretty soon you’ll have the real numbers.

The Storm Area-51-event-event that went viral last month, as a people, has promised the crash of a secret military base in an attempt to get you to “see ” aliens” it is only grown in scale in recent weeks. More than 2 million Facebook users have now said they are going to be off, compared with slightly more than 400,000 in two weeks, and up to 1.5 million people on July 17.

An additional 1.4 million people have said that they would be interested in attending the event.

AREA 51 IS AN EXPERT IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN TO “STORM” A TOP-SECRET SITE FOR MILITARY DO NOT LET ANYONE IN THE AREA

After the furor, the British oddsmaker BookMaker.the eu issued based on the number of registrations for the event, with the over/under has been set at 2.3 million. The probability of the more would be the most recent in the -160 and the under at +130. That means it has a better bet of $100, to win back their original bet plus the $130, if it is less, than 2.3 million people.

BookMaker.de the eu is also based on the number of arrests made and whether or not foreign nationals can actually be detected. With respect to the number of arrests made based on what is in the US, announces Today, at the time of the event as well as the over/under is set at 9.5, with the availability of the majority of the funds, and the provision of -350 odds.

Whether aliens have actually been discovered, the chances are overwhelming in favor of No, to -40,000. This means that such a person would have to wager a total of $40 just to win $1. However, if for some reason you people manage to get through, and the E. T. is to be found running around, punters will be rewarded with the opportunity to ” yes ” (“Yes”), at over 4,000.

During the event, which will take place on Friday, Sept. 20, between 3 PM and 6 PM PDT, has garnered a lot of attention in the media, it’s very unlikely that something will come up.

U. s. Air Force spokeswoman, Laura McAndrews, recently, in a statement, saying that the Air Force would discourage anyone from trying to get into the field where we train national security forces,” adding that ” [the air force of the US “stands ready to protect America and her assets.”

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Annie Jacobsen – author of the book “Area 51: An Uncensored History of America s Top Secret Military Base, recently told Fox & Friends that she rejected the idea that members of the public can be close to the service line. She explained to him that confidential military facility is located in a listed test and training range, which is the size of Connecticut.

“That foundation is so jealously guarded, both in terms of the media, and in terms of physical presence,” said Jacobsen. “I don’t think that’s in the air force and other military partners, or intelligence community partners, which include all the works that are there in Area 51 are going to let anyone, anywhere in the vicinity of the entrance to Area 51.”

It has, however, led to a brother’s or sister’s events, including a Storm in the Bermuda Triangle” project, which was created by Dominick Carnovale, who said that the attendance at the Area 51 event, it would be “dangerous.”

“I have to be honest, just don’t want to get people to participate in the Area 51 event, because I don’t want people to get shot or arrested,” Carnovale, told Fox 5 in new york.

In a Storm on Loch Ness,” the event is to look for the Loch Ness Monster has been created.

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Fox News’ David Montanaro, and Paulina Dedaj, contributed to this story.

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