Archeology is mostly considered a hobby these days because of how costly it is and how low the chances of actually encountering something worthwhile really are.
This is why more and more archeologists are turning their backs to traditional archeology and instead focus on virtual archeology
By using apps like Google Earth they can uncover the true mysteries of the world from the comfort of their own homes, which is exactly what the amateur virtual archeologist did recently.
He discovered proof of a secret entrance on a mountain slope which leads to Area 51. If you don’t believe him then you need to know that he already proved his theory by providing pictures that date back to 1998 which showcase the fact that the underground entrance wasn’t around at the time. This means that it was artificially made later on.
FindingUFO uploaded a video of their own regarding this theory in which they state that the two parking lots that lead to the foothills of the entrance of the mountain there are placed next to the entrance to the tunnel, which is quite suspicious, to say the least.
Bob Lazar, the former Area 51 employee has stated that back in 1989 when he was still actively working for Area 51’s Sector Four he also had access to a secret underground entrance at the Papoose Range near the Papoose Lake. What do you think of all of this? Check the video for more information.