Originally called Groom Lake facility, Area 51 refers to a bombing grid map number. Area 51 is a military base, and a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base. It is located in the southern portion of Nevada, about 135 miles from Las Vegas.
The Roswell Alien Autopsy refers to film footage of a reported autopsy conducted on what appear to be “Grey” aliens the government had captured at the Roswell NM crash site in 1947. The footage shows doctors examining the severally lacerated leg of a creature with a large head and eyes. The film footage shows the surgins removing samples of flesh from the lacerated leg, and over the 16 minute video the entire body is dissected.
Many people believe that the government is still hiding UFOs on the base. The stakes are high, for if the footage is authentic, it proves that we are not alone.
The Alien Autopsy Film, Area 51
Area 51 – Still a Mystery
There is a military installation set on the northeastern corner of the Nevada National Security Site( formerly known as the Nevada Test Site, also known as the Nevada Proving Grounds), located within the USAF Nevada Test and Training Range (previously the Nellis Air Force Range) in the southern half of Nye County in Nevada. Initially conceived in 1941 as an emergency landing field as well as an artillery and bombing training grounds for the now defunct West Coast Air Corps Training Center at Nellis Air Force Base, the facility was completed in 1942 and dubbed Indian Springs Auxiliary Airfield No.1. Following the end of WWII and the dissolution of the gunnery school at Nellis, the auxiliary airfield no longer served a military purpose and was subsequently shut down in 1946.
The brains at the Lockheed Corporation, namely Clarence “Kelly” Johnson, had been working with the USAF for over ten years. By 1955 the Cold War had grown from its slightly tense beginnings and was well on its way to the long grueling process of economically starving the Communists to death. The USAF and the CIA wanted reconnaissance planes to use in the war on the socialists, so began to shop around for new designs at the various aerospace engineering companies that they had dealt with during WWII and the recent Korean War. A proposal by Lockheed of Johnson’s CL-282 design was accepted, and Lockheed was awarded a contract to produce twenty of them.
In the spring of 1955, after much deliberation about potential locations for a test facility site suitable for CIA Project Aquatone, the program’s director, Richard M. Bissell Jr., settled on a location suggested by USAF Col. Osmand Ritland; that of Groom Lake in Nevada, near the former site of Indian Springs Auxiliary Airfield. President Eisenhower signs Executive Order 10633, extending the no-fly airspace of the Nevada Test Site with the new adjunct. Project Aquatone, concerning the Lockheed U-2, was the first in a series of secretive aeronautics projects conducted by the CIA, wherein the Groom Lake site was used to develop and test new aircrafts and technology, in cooperation with the USAF and innovative aerospace company, the Lockheed Corporation. In the years since, this site has produced many groundbreaking aeronautical achievements, in both manned and unmanned hypersonic aircraft, beginning with the U-2’s maiden voyage later that same year.
After two years of test flights, the U-2 had graduated from the development and testing phase and in June, 1957 the first one was deployed to the 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing of the USAF to be operated by the newly formed 4028th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron. Following the essential completion of Project Aquatone, in 1958 Public Land Order 1662 was enacted to officially cordon off 38,400 acres of prime desert wasteland real estate. Though the language of the order states that the six by ten mile tract of land was reserved for the use of the Atomic Energy Commission, the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Federal Facilities does not include it within the official boundaries of the Nevada National Security Site. In order to obscure any public scrutiny, this area of land was given the moniker Area 51 in accordance with the subdivisions of the neighboring Nevada Test Site.
Despite being the most cutting-edge plane in existence at that time, it was still readable by radar, and thus would not be suitable as a foolproof reconnaissance aircraft. In 1956 the CIA began Project Rainbow, its sole purpose being to render the U-2 invisible to radar, but the project was ultimately unsuccessful and was dismembered in May of 1958. More than a year before Project Rainbow was dissolved, the problems in reducing the radar cross-section (a measurement of detectability by radar) of the U-2 prompted Project Gusto, which led to Project Oxcart, and ultimately culminated in the development of the SR-71 and the top-secret A-12.
The late 1950’s saw the first full-scale nuclear test on America’s mainland in May of 1957 with a 23 kiloton detonation labelled Boltzmann on the northern Yucca flat, about eighty miles southwest of Area 51, hallmarking the first of more than 1,100 full-scale nuclear tests over the following forty years. These tests would produce an eerie glow in the night sky and mushroom clouds visible from Las Vegas and became a tourist attraction, sparking public interest in exactly what “the man behind the curtain” was doing.
As rumors and speculation were circulating, the CIA decided to use the opportunity to exploit the public’s mistrust. In numerous documents declassified by both the CIA and FBI, the intent to experiment with the use of “flying saucers” as a psychological weapon is explicitly stated. The term “flying saucer” was coined after what has come to be known as the Kenneth Arnold incident, when pilot Kenneth Arnold reported having seen nine objects flying in formation in a southerly direction on June 24, 1947 in Washington state. Nine other sightings were reported in Washington that same day. Between 1947 and July of 1952 there were approximately 1,500 official sightings of “unidentified flying objects”, of which the USAF asserted that 20% were unexplained. That leaves three hundred official sightings that remain entirely unidentified, even to the USAF and the CIA, let alone any unofficial reports or those sightings not reported.
If we liberally assume that 80% were caused by some form of social hysteria or false witness reports, there still remain 60 unexplained sightings of unidentified flying objects in those five years alone. Whether these sightings were the result of secret aircraft testing, psychological warfare on the American public, or legitimate sightings of extraterrestrial vehicles remains up to debate. However, what is certain is that reported sightings of unexplained aircraft exploded during this time period and continues on to this day.