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Over 450,000 Sign Up for Facebook Event to Raid Area 51

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Over 450,000 Sign Up for Facebook Event to Raid Area 51

Over 450,000 Sign Up for Facebook Event to Raid Area 51

Over 450,000 Sign Up for Facebook Event to Raid Area 51 'Naruto' is a reference to the popular Japanese ninja manga and anime.

The raid, which is called "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us," is set for September 20 from 3 AM to 6 AM.

Over 450,000 Facebook users have signed on to participate.

Facebook post Area 51, which is designated as a military site, has been the subject of conspiracy theories for decades.

One of the most popular is that it harbors aliens that the U.S. has kept secret from the public.

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