Alien Research Center
Alamo Located in Central Nevada and about 20 miles from the world’s most secret military base. There are quite a few people believe it is home to survivors of the Roswell spaceship crash. Many have reported weird lights and saucer-shape aircraft floating around Area 51. What are they? Where are they from?
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Thursdays are their popular days and between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Alien Research Center
100 Extraterrestrial Highway,
Hiko, NV 89017
The Famous Area 51 At Tikaboo Peak
Does Area 51 peak your interest? Going here will be legally as close as you can get. The government never intended the general public getting a good look at Area 51.
Outside of Las Vegas is a military airfield that has griped the nation in mystery and secrecy. This secret air force base and what actually goes on in this desolate corner of the desert leave a lot to the imagination and conspiracy theories thrive.
The remote extension of Edwards Air Force Base is drowin in UFO stories, but most likely a location for testing experimental aircraft, however, the reality and the urban legends clearly relate.
Under heavy guard, it is located on a dry lake bed surrounded by mountains. The peaks are guarded to keep citizens with cameras in check, but there is still one vantage point where the most tenacious looky-loos can take a (26 mile away) gawk at the mysterious military base—Tikaboo Peak.
In hopes of spotting a sign of an extraterrestrial from beyond, snooping UFO chasers have a chance at the infamous base, and that is Tikaboo Peak, one of the last places to view the site legally.
Prepare for your trip though… A 25-mile dirt road is the first challenge, something that only those with a appropriate vehicles should attempt. After that, there it is just a short, but a 1.2 mile hike on sliding shale and an abrupt elevation spike of 1,000 feet. During the summer, the hike is brutal, with no water available anywhere on the journey, so it must be carried in.
Upon reaching the summit, your reward is a stunning view of the Tikaboo Valley, and of course, the prize, Area 51. Even though there is not much to see except some white buildings, those of which require binoculars to get a good peek at, the imagination can run wild with fantasies of the extraterrestrial wonders located within.
If that isn’t enough alien flavor for you, you can always stop at the Black Mailbox, an alien-chaser hotspot where you can meet up with other UFO hunters who frequently camp in the area with eyes on the stars.
Originally posted 2019-02-15 03:46:14.