5 Reasons Why I Tried to Breach Area 51 (Restricted Area) by Mitch St.Pierre - FindingUFO

5 Reasons Why I Tried to Breach Area 51 (Restricted Area).

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The team that joined me on my mission to discover Area 51 were two fighter jet pilots in the Canadian Air force Craig and my younger brother Javier. They also share my curiosity and enthusiasm for life beyond our planet. Javier’s girlfriend, Nicky joined us as well. Although the two pilots did not like to speak about their profession on camera, they were both eager to find answers at Area 51. It’s also something my brother and I have talked about since we were kids.

The plan was to see how far we could enter the property. There is a no trespassing sign on the road that very few people have ever crossed. The top secret facility is surrounded with high-tech motion detectors, heat sensors, vibration sensors and a restricted airspace. Area 51 was primarily used for secret aircraft projects. It began as a testing facility for Lockheed’s U-2 spy plane. Of course, secret aircraft projects were only the tip of the rumored iceberg. Area 51 is better known for its connection with Aliens and UFOs.

Finally we arrive at the infamous no trespassing signs. In the distance we could spot motion sensors, cameras, and the famous “Cammo Dudes” on a hilltop. The Cammo Dudes usually drive around in four-wheel-drive vehicles, keeping an eye on anyone that goes near the borders of Area 51.

I wheeled approximately 20 meters past the sign when I noticed the cammo dudes started to drive down the hill towards me. I admit, I was frightened. I quickly retreated pass the sign and back where my brother and Craig finished fixing the tire. It was getting dark and we realized nothing more could be done so we made the drive back to Las Vegas.

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Mitch is an international business person, film-maker, community advocate, world traveler, public speaker and former Candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada.

Traveling to over 40 countries in his wheelchair thus far has given him a broad view of the world. From the jungles of Colombia to the mega cities of Asia, Mitch has experienced it all. Mitch has filmed in the most remote regions of the world, typically focusing on human rights issues.

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