Matty Roberts, who caught attention on internet with the viral Facebook event ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us‘ – which two million people have signed on to attend, and an additional 1.5 million have logged that they’re interested, got a visit from FBI
As reported by ABC15, Roberts said: I was kind of scared at this point, but they were super cool and wanted to make sure that I wasn’t an actual ter**rist making pipe b*mbs in the living room.
Roberts clarified that the FBI needed to check he wasn’t receiving death th*eats and that nobody is trying to radicalize the event.
Roberts said: I was kind of scared because I am trying to advocate people to go to safer options and then I lost the platform to do that. As far as Facebook goes, I just want to thank them for putting the event back up. So that way, we do have that organization to point people about the safer option.
The recently reestablished page has a link to the website which has more data about the festival and there’s even Naruto running-related merchandise for the truly dedicated followers to get their hands on.
According to the website: We’re meeting in the town of Rachel, NV- the closest town to Area 51! We travelled out into the desert to speak directly with land-owners about creating an event for people to celebrate the unnatural… they’re totally on board! They’ can’t stop us all from meeting out there… lets have fun! Music, camping and arts will occur over the weekend until Sunday – we hope to see you there!