The UFO Seekers team recently journeyed to Tikaboo Peak in Nevada, where they captured zoomed-in footage of the mysterious Area 51.
Investigators Tim Doyle and Tracey Sue published their footage on August 29, 2017, granting us a unique view of the enigmatic facility. Unable to get very close, they filmed some 25 miles away, zooming in with their camera.
Admittedly, there’s not much to see, but it’s one of the best peaks into Area 51 you’re likely to get without scaling a mountain yourself.
They did, however, manage to capture multiple unidentified objects at around 10:39 p.m. (8:15 in the video), as well as vehicles moving about (14:20).
The conspiracies surrounding the base are numerous, from top secret alien experiments to weather control, the development of otherworldly weapons, and even the occasional claim of time travel and teleportation. Some believe these conspiracies exist only to muddy the waters of what actually goes on there.
After a FOIA request in 2013, CIA documents were released that provided some history of the base and acknowledged its existence.
Just this month, a lieutenant colonel died while testing a classified aircraft at a test range near Area 51. The US Air Force has not revealed the aircraft.
While it may be nothing more than an ordinary military facility – where new and unknown aircraft are undoubtedly made and tested – the rumors of Area 51 continue to make people wonder: What are they really up to?