Even intergalactic visitors hate driving in the rain. This alien was photographed in Area 66, just off I-40, in Yucca, Arizona, where visitors can view the strange Dinesphere, and shop at the mini-museum dedicated to aliens everywhere. The museum is combined with a mini-mart, where basic supplies and hot coffee are available.
From the area66.com website:
"The region of Northwestern Arizona between Kingman and the Colorado River abounds with paranormal activity. UFO sightings are common, residents claim to have been abducted by aliens, and a UFO allegedly crashed outside Kingman in 1953. Since the construction of the Dinesphere in 1972, UFO sightings have increased and many believe that the mysterious sphere in the desert attracts extraterrestrial visitors. When driving along Interstate 40, people report seeing UFOs in the vicinity and strange lights in the sky. At night, the sphere glows like a beacon for alien visitors and reminds travelers that they are not alone. If you ever find yourself in this part of Arizona, be careful or you might be abducted at Area 66."