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Thousands of flood in rural Nevada, a town of about 50 people after the Storm, Area-51′ prank goes viral

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Nye County, Nevada, said they are “preparing for the worst’ ahead of the event.

LAS VEGAS – in The small town of Rachel, Nevada, is located in the middle of the desert and home to just 50 people, it would have been flooded with thousands and thousands of people this coming weekend, after a fun Facebook post – “storm” -Area 51 – top secret military base from which conspiracy theorists believe, the houses of foreigners – went viral.

“AlienStock,” one of the three festivals, which are created from the prank calls to go to a raid Area 51, is scheduled to take place on the aptly named ‘Little A’ Le ‘ Inn of Rachel.

In spite of the potential crowds, a co-owner of the inn, Connie West, and told them that they would be destroyed in comparisons to the infamous Shot-Fest.

“There’s going to be a Medevac helicopter. There’s going to be the first. I’ve got 130 of the Porta-Johns come in,” West said, adding that the rule of law and the security team will also be on hand.

“I’m providing security for the community, not only for the festival,” she added. “Close to $31,000 just for the medicine to be here.”

Samuel Sheller, chief executive officer of Guardian Elite Medical Services, said on Fox News, the company has indeed had an agreement with the West, and a 24-hour ambulance at Rachel’s with at least four staff on the premises at any one time.

The Lincoln County officers, told Fox News they will be staffing the event, with Rachel and the other to collect the east, in the Hiko, but a sheriff does not return a Fox News call-in for specific details.

Comparison of AlienStock and Shot the Festival — and the fraudulent event, thousands of trapped on a remote island without any infrastructure or resources for the work in the area, after the one who created the viral Facebook page, “a Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us back this past week, it’s safety.

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Roberts said he created the Facebook page in July, after listening to a Joe Rogan podcast with Bob Lazar, the scientist who claimed to have worked at Area 51 – it got him thinking about the mystery that surrounds it.

“Well, We’ll all meet up in the rural areas of Nevada, and to co-ordinate with our party,” the post read. “If He is straight, we can move faster than their normal speed. Let’s see in two weeks.”

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“Dude, it’s wild,” Roberts told Fox News. “It got to the point where I was like, ‘come on, Come on, guys, I should mention If you run in to the post office. It’s not that serious.'”

Roberts added that he was told that it was “a joke on the Internet, probably just like 50 thousand times at this point.”

When the post office started getting more of a grip, the West, was approached by the band’s Wily Savage of Los Angeles to host a small music festival on its property. At the same time, Robert’s encounter with the West, is about joining forces and creating one big party in the desert, which he named AlienStock, with thousands and thousands of people are expected to flood, Rachel.

“We drove all the way out to the Nevada desert,” Roberts said. We’ll have to check out the Alien Research Center, we traveled to the past in Rachel, and we caught up with the Little A’ Le ‘ Inn, Connie West, and that’s when we decided to go ahead with the AlienStock.”

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West agreed, and the pair moved together to the festival, with the Wily Wanted to be in music.

However, on Sept. 9, Roberts, unexpectedly, as a back-up of the event at the Little A ‘ Le ‘ Inn, moves to the music festival in the Heart of the Las Vegas city Center over fears of a “FYRE FEST 2.0.”

“Due to the lack of infrastructure, poor planning, risk management, and the blatant disregard for the safety and security of the expected 10,000+ AlienStock of the participants, we have decided to pull the plug on the festival,” a statement from Roberts to read it. “We have a potential humanitarian disaster is in the works, and we’ll be able to not participate in any capacity at this point.”

Even though Roberts is pulled out, the West said they will move forward with the AlienStock.

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“People are coming in and now they will be even harder to support them,” she told Fox News. “We have got to be the best party we could possibly have. We will have a stage erected. We have the infrastructure to come in.”

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The differences of opinion between the two sides took place at a meeting held on the weekend of Sept. 7, Roberts’ supervisor, Frank DiMaggio, told Fox News the logistical concerns have been raised about the lack of infrastructure, safety and security.

“What We found was that the exact information that we were expecting, we were hoping that it was going to be good news, and it was actually worse than we thought — all the way down to the theft of the money, the money will disappear,” DiMaggio said. “If that were to happen with this company, you need to run as far away as you can. These kids had no idea what they were getting into.”

The West argued, Roberts and his friend were in the practice of the additional infrastructure, as well as to eat and to drink, and she was left on the hook when they have to pull it out.

“There’s not a penny from those guys,” West told Fox News. “I don’t have the money. I step out of my house. I step out of my house because they hadn’t gotten in their sponsorship money yet to come and I had to have these things as well.”

The members of the Roberts’ team has disputed discrepancies with corporate sponsorship, on the grounds that they are not able to indicate to a sponsor, it would be the transfer of the money.

West also claimed none of the money from the car parking spaces were sold for the festival, it would go up to her, but to those owners who have their parcels of land.

“It’s supposed to be, to be equally divided between them,” she added. “The money is not going to be me.”

Roberts first made enquiries about the holding of the event at the Alien Research Center in Hiko.

“Matty Roberts has been involved with us early on, and it is not long before we were going to have to announce that at this event, he announced that he AlienStock that, in the event it down in the end of this season,” said Jim Wright, an executive producer for the thunder, Area 51 Is a Base Camp for the third case, a positive self-image in the Facebook post will take place this weekend.

Wright said the Camp focused on the “true believers”, will feature guest speakers, including Jeremy Corbell, a documentary film maker to explore the world of the real-world mysteries like Ufos.

“So, we said,’ ok, here’s an event for you. We do not have this amount of people. Some of them are likely to be the true believers. Most of them are probably just here for the gag factor. Let these people be who they are, for the purposes for which it is in the morning,” Wright told Fox News.

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He added that Quality to pull out of a “bad taste in the mouth, a lot of people in this community and in this country.”

DiMaggio said that the decision to move locations was not the light, but, eventually, it came from a health point of view.

“If they’re stuck in traffic and can’t make use of a mobile phone, what does it do? What if you had a heart attack? Call an ambulance, that might be 10 miles on the road as you are?” he said, adding that “the strip” where they are prepared for all of this.”

Hiko, and Rachel, are located in the middle of the desert with very limited resources, including those of the spotty cell service. “This is about as far away as you can get,” Wright acknowledged.

Some of the people who live in the area, also expressed fears over the expected influx of thousands of them, and he told Fox News there wouldn’t be enough for law enforcement to take care of all of them.

“This is ridiculous,” a person who has lived in Rachel for about 30 years and asked to remain anonymous — and since everyone seems to be all to common in the city, told Fox News. “You have this little town in the middle of nowhere with 50 people in it, and all of a sudden, 10,000 people are going to have to show up, or will they run out of water and without food, the fuel, and they’re a pair of idiots who are trying to do things that they wouldn’t have to do that.”

Among the lingering questions are: how many people will actually show up? As to what is lurking behind the locked gate at Area 51, no one knows.

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However, in the West, as Rachel said, it would have to be prepared for everything, and one thing was for sure, this thing is still going on.”

She added, “I mean, that’s the biggest way in which it is to be a showcase of what can be done with just a few people in a small town.”

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