If we made contact would aliens, would they be friendly? (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Momentum is growing behind a plan to ‘storm Area 51’ and find out once and for all what the US government knows about alien visitors.

Over a million people have joined a Facebook group trying to organise the raid – despite warnings from the US Air Force that they could be shot.

However, one UFO expert has cautioned against making contact with extra-terrestrials.

The reason? They might not be friendly.

Derrel Sims, a former CIA operative and a man who claims to have been abducted by aliens himself has said there’s just as strong a chance of aliens being malevolent as being friendly.

Derrel Sims is a UFO expert who has warned us not to contact aliens (YouTube/UAMN TV)

In an interview with the YouTube channel UAMN TV, Sims said that people should be wary of trying to contact aliens.

‘It’s an uninformed position for them to get in contact with whoever’s out there,’ he said.

‘Some people have done that and died as a result. Some people have been injured.’

On his website, Alien Hunter, Sims recalled being abducted as a child.

‘No speech or communication of any kind comes from this “thing,” whatever it is. The arms and legs are long and skinny, the body and neck, thin. The bulbous head, like an upside down teardrop, is cocked slightly to the side,’ he wrote. He explained that the creature tried to alter his memories into thinking that he saw a clown, so that he wouldn’t remember the encounter or being abducted.

Many people believe the Earth has already been visited by aliens (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Sims likens finding aliens to a dog chasing a car and then not liking the driver the driver that finally gets out.

Meanwhile, the plan to storm Area 51 is only gaining momentum.

Sims’ sentiment was echoed by Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the Ministry of Defence.

‘I understand people’s curiosity about Area 51 and about government UFO secrets more generally, and I completely support people’s right to undertake a legal, peaceful protest, but that’s not how this event is being billed. “Storm Area 51” clearly implies illegal trespass onto a military installation and that’s a recipe for disaster,’ he told Metro.

There is a growing call to ‘Storm Area 51’ and uncover what is being kept there (Picture: Google Earth/CBS)

‘I utterly condemn such an action. It’s irresponsible, illegal and potentially dangerous.’

The bid to storm Area 51 will take place on September 20 at 3 am – if it’s allowed to go ahead.





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