I breach Area 51 airspace, then take on Little A’Le’Inn’s Haunted Trailer
Area 51, United States Air Force facility, a famous not so secret base known also as Homey Airport and Groom Lake. Subject of dreams or nightmares or neither? Highly guarded without a wall or fence around its perimeter. Though patrolled regularly and watched with sophisticated intruder detection, video and listening devices. Known for its testing of spy aircraft such as the U-2, A-12, SR-71 and Stealth technology. I take a trip to the dusty, bumpy Groom Lake Road leading to Area 51. Where I pull over and fly my quadcopter in restricted military airspace. I believe I am the first to do this as when I revisited after, I noticed their patrols extended beyond the base confines and there were more guard (cammo dude) patrols.
Rachel, Nevada is a tiny town in the arid wasteland of the Southern Nevada. It has a population of 54 as determined by the 2010 census. You best have a near full petrol tank when coming out here. We park and stay at the Little A’Le’Inn. We have joined Las Vegas UFO Hunters in this region a couple of times. Staff and guests report of sounds and disturbances in Trailer unit #2. Kindly one of the staff allows my family and I to run a shielded ghost box session in here before the booked guests arrive. Even the TAPs road crew had an experience here. Apparently too recorded on camera.