More than 6,000 people take out insurance for alien abductions of $ 24.95 with a payout of $ 10 million
A company selling $ 10 million alien abduction policies in compensation will now also have the viral Facebook event & # 39; Storm Area 51 & # 39; cover.
Business owner Mike St. Lawrence, from Altamonte Springs, Florida, also offers reincarnation and asteroid insurance.
He announced the extension of the policy coverage with Area 51 and promised to pay & # 39; If you step in but don't come out & # 39; of the notorious Nevada military base, some of which believe it has been host to aliens.
Lawrence's unusual site, which has been operating since 1987, has a whopping 6,000 policyholders and has even paid out one person, according to Fox35.
But there is one catch in the fine print, they will only pay $ 1 a year over a period of 10 to 20 million years.
The tongue on the cheek site offers coverage for a one-time fee of $ 24.95 in which they will send a paper copy of the certificate in a frame. Digital copies cost $ 19.95.
Mike St. Lawrence (above), from Altamonte Springs, Florida, offers insurance against alien abduction that can pay out up to $ 10 million
The insurance policies of St. Lawrence (left) cover psychiatric care and & # 39; sarcasm coverage & # 39; for a spot after a UFO meeting. He claims that more than 6,000 people are policyholders
The insurance has been available since 1987. but after a recent Facebook event to & # 39; Storm Area 51 & # 39; more interest was found. Here is St. Lawrence (above) in his office in 1997
& # 39; Don & # 39; t Leave Earth … Without It & # 39; reads the site and claims to be: & # 39; The perfect policy for anyone who thinks they have covered everything & # 39 ;.
As part of their lifelong coverage, they pay for & # 39; outpatient psychiatric care, cover for sarcasm, and dual identity coverage & # 39 ;, says Fox.
The site explains that the & # 39; sarcasm coverage & # 39; limited to only family members who mock the abductor.
"There is an adjustment period if you've experienced something like that," St. Lawrence told the site.
St. Lawrence stated that the policy is only intended for someone with a sense of humor.
& # 39; I don't want to try and drop someone off & # 39 ;, he told Fox. & # 39; The people who come to me, if I think they don't understand the terms and conditions, that this is tongue and cheek, I won't sell it to them. & # 39;
In order to claim the policy, the fine print mentions certain criteria, including the type of life of the abductor, their origin and a tag number from the UFO.
They also ask for photos of the aliens and a signature of an & # 39; authorized, onboard alien & # 39 ;.
From an advertisement for his alien insurance policy (above) with the details and tongue in cheek comment: & # 39; Don't leave the earth without & # 39;
A recent Facebook group that encourages people to & # 39; Storm Area 51 & # 39; has gained online control and has led to more interest in St. Lawrence's insurance policies
St. Lawrence (above) said two people have filed claims against alien abduction insurance, including one that the policyholder took the Polaroid photo of the & # 39; suspicious aliens & # 39; above
St. Lawrence told Fox that two people have filed claims so far, with one even submitting a polaroid photo of the suspected aliens.
A plaintiff spoke with a professor from the MIT who examined an implant of the policyholder's body and discovered that it was not made of earthly material.
"I said we would abandon the signature and we started paying him a dollar for 10 years before we lost contact with him," St. Lawrence told Fox.
He claims that more people have taken the site seriously in recent years: & When I started, most people thought it was completely absurd, and today I would say that 50 percent of people think it's a possibility. & # 39;
A wave of interest arose after a Facebook page named & # 39; Storm Area 51, They Can & # 39; t Stop All Of Us & # 39; was launched online.
It proposes a meeting on September 20 in the tourist attraction Area 51 Alien Center to coordinate a robbery.
& # 39; If we run naruto, we can move faster than their bullets. Let's see them aliens, & the site wrote.
It attracted more than 1.9 million people who confirmed their presence and another 1.4 million likes, starting on Friday.
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