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'Storm Area 51 event' spawns rival ‘Storm the Bermuda Triangle event: 'It can't swallow us all'

FOXNews.com Monday, 22 July 2019
If creating a Facebook event to "storm Area 51" wasn't ridiculous enough, perhaps storming the Bermuda Triangle will be the coup de grace.
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News video: STORM AREA 51 EVENT CREATOR: I don't want anyone to get hurt

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The man behind the viral "Storm Area 51" event says he doesn't want anyone to get hurt hopes his fellow alien enthusiasts visit the area in peace this September.

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