Did the CIA finally accept the existence of the Cold War Testing Site known by it’s conspiracy theories of aliens and other extra terrestrial?! Hit the jump to find out!

Adriela Batista

Area 51, a site located about 100 miles northwest of Las Vegas has been the subject of conspiracy theories for decades. The secretive Cold War test site was designated as a testing site ” for the government’s U-2 and OXCART aerial surveillance programs”. The U-2 program not only provided surveillance around the world but also over the Soviet Union under the Cold War. The site is one of the most secretive subjects within the government causing those to wonder what exactly is going on within the territory, as well as the ultimate question troubling man kind: ” Are we really alone in the Universe?”

“The CIA history released Thursday not only refers to Area 51 by name and describes some of the activities that took place there, but places the Air Force base on a map, along the dry Groom Lake bed”

Conspiracy theorists may be disappointed with the CIA’s documentation of Area 51, which is kept highly under surveillance and welcomes passerby’s with a no-trespassing sign. The documents do not include any sign of extra terrestrial activity, ” no mention of alien autopsy, or spaceship parking lots”.

Although those truly believing in the extra terrestrial activity taking place on the base disregard “the government’s attempts to cover up their trace” and is:

“irrefutable and has been since reports of Unidentified Flying Objects — or UFOs — began to emerge from the Nevada desert in the middle part of the 20th century”

The CIA responded to the recognition of Area 51 with a map and documentation, after Jeffrey T. Richelson a senior fellow at the National Security Archives, submitted a Freedom of Information Request in 2005.

What do you guys think, did the CIA really document everything going on in Area 51?!

Via SunTimes CNN