It’s said that even the movements of a fly can be monitored in Area 51.
With motion sensors and desert camouflage wearing security contractors known as “cammo dudes” all over, that isn’t exactly that far-fetched of a claim.
Before it became known as Area 51, however, it was first called “Paradise Ranch” which was then later changed to simply as “The Ranch”.
The reason for this was so that employees and personnel working there wouldn’t have to make up lame excuses as to where they actually worked.
Back in 2013, the United States Government finally acknowledged the existence of the “mysterious” area known as Area 51.
Unfortunately, the CIA claims that it’s merely just a high-tech test facility both for aerial and surveillance technology.
To prove this, the CIA released statements of them releasing military aircraft for testing every now and then.
They went on to say that the pilots would fly to all sorts of places and would then be asked to bring back cargo containing loads of lobster for the base’s canteen.