Attendees will supposedly meet at a nearby "tourist attraction" where they will "coordinate our entry".
The conspicuous event is scheduled to take place on September 20, though it's very likely few, if any, are actually serious about attending.
Over 350,000 individuals have signed on to storm the classified military base Area 51 during an event in September.
The Facebook event, of course, is just a joke and the organizers really have no intention of attacking Area 51.
Area 51, a top-secret Nevada Air Force Base that's a detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, has stirred up some alien conspiracy theories for more than 50 years.
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A purported plan on the page involves throwing rocks at the "inevitable resistance" and members are told "we can move faster than their bullets".
CNN reports while the event may be a joke, it comes just weeks after a group of us senators in Washington met behind closed doors to get debriefed on members of the military who say they have seen UFOs. "Naruto run" refers to a Japanese anime style of running with the arms thrust backward and the head stretched forward.
The CIA chose the area in 1955 for the secret Lockheed U-2, a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft. Many are still curious why it was shrouded in secrecy for so long, and why so many UFOs have reportedly been spotted in the area.
Since then, however, it has become the subject of numerous UFO sightings and has become inextricably linked in the public's mind with captive aliens and government conspiracies. USA Today and Fast Company note Area 51 proper, a highly classified section of Edwards Air Force Base, has always been the subject of conspiracy theories about secret experiments by the U.S. government on everything from ETs to time travel.