If you want a chance to see aliens, your best bet is to go to these states.

If you've ever wondered if you're alone in the galaxy, you're no room oddity.

Over 379,000 people have written on a Facebook event that promises to ravage Area 51 in southern Nevada in an attempt to "see them aliens." An additional 396,000 respondents described themselves as "interested" on the event side from Thursday evening.

"If we [N] aruto drive, we can move faster than their bullets, say the event description and make a humorous reference to a Japanese manga character known to run with arms extended backwards and head forward.

respondents calling September 20 at Area 51 Alien Center, a combo drink, convenience store and brothel in Amargosa Valley, Nevada, about 90 miles from Las Vegas.

Although the event is months away, social media has already been used to speculate on what may be in the high-class Air Force facility in the Nevada desert.

The facility has long been the subject of conspiracy theories , with many speculating that it may be the government's hiding place for secrets of aliens and UFOs.

But those hoping for outsiders may want to look elsewhere – Nevada ranked only 13 in the country for inexplicable airplane stations. The Washington state was first on the list.

And when it comes to foreigners, outside things have happened – an incident from 25 years ago, where hundreds of people reported seeing UFOs along Lake Michigan, are still undissolved.

The organizers' organizers may not be so keen to discover if the truth is out there, but: A post on the page describing a "playing field" for the event contained a disclaimer at the bottom.

"Hello American government, this is a joke, and I'm not really going to go ahead with this plan," wrote a Facebook user named Jackson Barnes.

"I'm not responsible if people decide to actually storm city 51," he said.


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