Presentation on theme: "Fiction or Still Unexplained? By Cindy Nguyen “Everyone who works at Area 51, whether military or civilian, must sign an oath agreeing to keep everything."— Presentation transcript:
“Everyone who works at Area 51, whether military or civilian, must sign an oath agreeing to keep everything a secret” Some believe that the area contains warehouses of alien technology and even living alien specimen. Believers claim that the Roswell case was one of the experiments. Many controversies are being argued; some say it is a base to test secret aircrafts and nuclear weapons before sending them out onto the battlefield, when others say it is an excuse to cover up the alien experiment. Recently, the government had revealed the ‘truth’; Area 51 is real, but no little green men are involved. Area 51 is described as “a newly declassified CIA history of its U-2 spy plane program”. Area 51
Life around the area: They have their own baseball team..
CHECKPOINT Many believers claimed that _________ ______ was a part of Area 51 extra terrestrial experiments. A.Bill ClintonBill Clinton B. Roswell Case C. Scott Sweeten D. The Japanese
February 1942 (3 months after Pearl Harbor), therefor civilians thought it was an attack from the Japanese. The government covered up as a false alarm due to war anxiety and they were commercial airplanes used as a psychological warfare campaign to generate panic. Artists tried to modify the photograph and create it as an evidence of an extraterrestrial visitation; ended up in the trailer for Battle: Los Angeles. Battle of Los Angeles
Phoenix Lights March 13th 1997 There were two distinct events involved in the incident: a triangular formation of lights seen to pass over the state, and a series of stationary lights seen in the Phoenix area.
The U.S. Air Force explained that the second was illumination flares dropped by a flight of four A-10 Warthog aircraft on a training exercise at the Barry Goldwater Range. “If flares are routinely dropped over the Barry Goldwater Range and they have done so since 1941, wouldn't it be logical to assume that most people in Phoenix are used to seeing them?” Within a few days, an anonymous hoaxer confessed that he had created the UFO lights using road flares tied to helium balloons, launching them in one-minute increments. VS
What movie was based off of the battle of los angeles? A. Close Encounter of the Third Kind B. Mars Attacks C. Space Jam D. Battle: Los Angeles
Can you name any UFO releated movies/books that are based on true events? Homework question