Man sneaks up on Area 51 “Cammo Dudes,” they get mad (Video)
This "Man sneaks up on Area 51 “Cammo Dudes,” they get mad (Video)" in an area known for its high security and secrecy. Visitors to the roads leading into the base can spot white trucks on the hills watching your every move, so Glenn Campbell a former Area 51 researcher decided to visit the base for old time's sake.
Campbell ended up playing a game of cat and mouse with the Area 51 security guards who are often referred to as the Cammo Dudes, mostly just because they wear camouflage. Campbell posted a video of his recent encounter with the Cammo Dudes, but he doesn't say when exactly it took place. In the video Campbell was out doing some research along the border of Area 51 which he hasn’t done in decades. He was just south of Rachel, Nevada, and just north of the Nellis Range line within public land when these Cammo Dudes in a white pickup truck started following him. Whenever he pointed his camera towards them they would back up into the bush, and the only time he got close to the men was when they screamed by at him to get to their border. The Cammo Dudes obviously didn't want to be recorded and were uncomfortable with Campbell doing so. You can see the truck back up as Campbell films them, apparently attempting to hide behind a bush, their attempt to hide was not very effective, but rather comical.
When Campbell decides to have a little more fun the video gets more interesting, the men were watching him from a safe distance wherever he went, so he decided to play a little trick on them by parking his car on one side of the road and then sneaking up on the truck filming and giggling the entire time. He almost gets right in front of the truck before he is noticed. One of the Cammo Dudes jumped out of their truck and yelled at Campbell if he wanted them to take his camera from him, when Campbell yelled back that they had no authority to take his camera.
Area 51 is the United States Air Force facility located within the Nevada Test and Training Range. The base's current primary purpose is publicly unknown however based on historical evidence the area most likely supports development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems. The intense secrecy surrounding the base has made it the frequent subject of conspiracy theories and stories of unidentified flying objects. The base has never been declared a secret base, all the research and occurrences in Area 51 are top secret and sensitive compartmented information. Some of the conspiracy theories surrounding Area 51 are the development of means of weather control, the storage, examination, and reverse engineering of crashed alien spacecraft and the study of their occupants (living and dead) along with the manufacture of aircraft based on alien technology, meetings or joint undertakings with extraterrestrials, and the development of time travel and teleportation technology.