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Customers can buy fake alien abduction certificates and other extraterrestrial-themed souvenirs at the Little A'Le'Inn, located nine miles up the road from the military testing base known as Area 51, in Rachel, Nev., Aug. 20, 2013. Last week, the CIA released a classified report officially confirming the existence of the military testing base famously rumored to have researched UFOs and alien life, though residents of the area have long known about it.

The New York Times / Isaac Brekken

Customers can buy fake alien abduction certificates and other extraterrestrial-themed souvenirs at the Little A'Le'Inn, located nine miles up the road from the military testing base known as Area 51, in Rachel, Nev., Aug. 20, 2013. Last week, the CIA released a classified report officially confirming the existence of the military testing base famously rumored to have researched UFOs and alien life, though residents of the area have long known about it.