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Area 51 Facebook Event Creator

An exclusive interview with Matty Roberts, the creator of the "Storm Area 51" Facebook page, said that since the event has blown up, he was a little anxious. We can move faster than their bullets.

A prank event on Facebook that's attracted more than 1 million interested people suggests that a mass of people attempt to run into the mysterious site at 3 a.m. on September 20. We'll let you know when we make first contact. But according to The Washington Post, at least some people are actually going to be there, as all the local hotels have been booked for that Friday. Millions of people shouldn't have known about this, and the Air Force shouldn't have had to warn folks against doing it.

Roberts emphasizes the whole "storming the gates" idea was more of a joke and is organizing different plans.

"I'm kind of anxious about that", Roberts said. "And then it waited for like, three days, like 40 people, and then it just completely took off, out of nowhere. It was meant to be amusing", Matty Roberts told Inside Edition. He's quickly trying to extinguish the flames before things get too serious, a thought he's apparently considered a lot.

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"Once it got past 500,000 people that were interested or going, I was just like "the Federal Bureau of Investigation is going to show up to my house" and it got a little spooky from there", he told KLAS-TV. "And it got a little spooky from there", he said. It was all a joke and it had all the ramifications of a joke.

"It's not going to be a military base slaughter, it's going to be something really fun, educational, maybe music and art, that's what I'm working on", he said.

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