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BBC film crew was held at gunpoint after trying to sneak into Nevada's Area 51 military base with UFO conspiracy theorists

BBC film crew was held at gunpoint after trying to sneak into Nevada's Area 51 military base with UFO conspiracy theorists

Agents held the 12-man team at gunpoint for three hours while checking their credentials

Area 51 rumoured to hold the crashed space-ship as well as the bodies of aliens which were removed - still alive - from the wreckage

'Apache helicopters were called in and Washington phoned London after trespass'

Team say they were followed in the days following attempt
Same BBC team caused outrage by suggesting London bombings were a government conspiracy

By EDDIE WRENN
PUBLISHED: 04:03 EST, 11 October 2012
UPDATED: 08:39 EST, 11 October 2012

This is the moment a BBC film crew were held by security teams at the notoriously secretive Area 51 - where conspiracy theorists believe the American government is hiding a flying saucer.

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I hope the first military facility taken down is Area 51. There has been NO excuse for such a facility since the end of the Cold War.