The mysteries surrounding Area 51 are nearly limitless. This time, a fresh revelation has surfaced, and it pertains to possible underground base entrances in the area where this intriguing base is located.
Scott Waring, a well-known UFO and anomaly hunter, discovered unusual anomalies in satellite photographs of Area 51 once again.
The discovery was made on August 29, according to a report published on the UFO Sightings Daily website (2020).
On his website, Waring stated:
“At Area 51, I was looking at a Google Earth map when I stumbled across an underground base. There are three entrances to this facility, the largest of which measures 18 meters by 9 meters. And two more that aren’t quite as big. There are two pipes going out of the top of the hill and air vents coming out of the larger one. All of this happened just a few kilometers from where he spotted a 30-meter UFO parked on a track, complete with a perch built around it.
According to Waring, the hypothetical base beneath the entrances seen in the earlier photographs would be home to tall white aliens.
He claims that any probable collaboration between aliens and the army would have been kept a military secret.
According to Waring, this could be the military entrance to a hidden underground base for alien organizations. Another view of the hidden underground base’s two possible entrances.
It’s apparent that this isn’t the first time that access to mountain tunnels that potentially lead to secret bases has been reported. In a previous piece, we discussed what another user discovered in Area 51 and how it was later distributed.
The Cheyenne Mountain Complex, a military installation and defensive bunker located in the unincorporated county of El Paso, Colorado, where the headquarters of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the United States Northern Command are located, is proof that the US has underground bases built under mountains (USNORTHCOM).
So it should come as no surprise if there is a hidden base beneath the location where Area 51 is located. What we find there should pique our interest. With all of the popularity we’ve accumulated over the years, we’ve been known to think some pretty ridiculous things.