Known as the most secretive place in the world, Area 51 is located in the south western portion of Lincoln County, in southern Nevada, in the western United States. According to authorities, the primary purpose of Area 51 is to support the development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems, which is not believed by many. Because of the base’s secrecy, many stories have been circulated on Area 51 mostly was about UFOs and aliens.
Following are the 11 famous conspiracy theories that surround Area 51:
1. Area 51 is where they store and examine crashed alien spacecraft.
2. Area 51 is where they interrogate living aliens and examine the dead ones that came in UFOs.
3. Area 51 is where aircrafts are manufactured based on alien technology.
4. Area 51 is where they hold meetings or joint undertakings with extraterrestrials.
5. Area 51 is where they develop a much deadlier energy weapon.
6. Area 51 is where experiments over undergoing weather control and ways for its establishment.
7. Area 51 is where they establish means for time travelling or the development of time travel technology.
8. Area 51 is where they develop a propulsion system for the Aurora Aircraft Program (a cutting age spy plane).
9. Area 51 is a secret society that investigates UFO activities supposedly founded by the U.S. President Harry S. Truman in 1947. It is a supposed shadowy one world government and/or the Majestic Twelve organization with secret committee of scientists, military leaders, and government officials.
10. A show about Apollo moon landing hoax accusations was broadcasted in 2000-2001 by Fox Television that the entire moon landing in 1969 was a hoax and was filmed in parts of Area 51.
11. The continued secrecy around Area 51 is an attempt for misdirection which is largely successful. In mid 1990s, they do their most secret work on Area 51 then move it quietly on other facilities.
There are proofs that support these claims. Bob Lazar claimed that he worked on a U.S. Government flying saucer in 1986 at Papoose Lake (which he called S-4) facility. In 1996, a documentary directed by Bruce Burgess entitled Dreamland features an interview with a 71 year old mechanical engineer who claimed to be a former employee at Area 51 during the 1950s and that he also worked with an extraterrestrial being who is a telepathic translator with a name “J-Rod”. Dan Crain also claims to have worked with “J-Rod” about cloning alien viruses. In July 1996, a man named "Victor" released a videotape of an alien interrogation, which had taken place in Area 51, and the footage was included in a documentary entitled Area 51: The Alien Interview.