Mysterious metal monolith found in Utah desert disappears

Mysterious metal monolith found in Utah desert disappears 1

 

A mysterious metal monolith found in a Utah desert was removed by an 'unknown party' over the weekend.

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71 Comments on "Mysterious metal monolith found in Utah desert disappears"

  1. Aliens took it back

  2. Mountie on a Moose | November 29, 2020 at 11:56 AM | Reply

    Do thou as thy monolith commands.

  3. It’s a Festivus pole. It’s that time of year.

  4. It’s the Dominion voting server.

  5. Hollow, non magnetic and paneled. Shame really. I was hoping this was the beginning of an alien conquest.

  6. The guy needed his stainless steel sheets for another prank !

  7. Aliens: I feel like we missed something back at earth…

  8. Shoulda installed cameras around it after discovering it

  9. Amazon Prime wrong address

  10. oh this is just the start i think…..whoever took it is probably gonna set it up somewhere else to be found again!

  11. “Alien Artifact Discovered – Instantly Covered In Greasy Fingerprints”

  12. someone put it there in hopes it would go viral and it did. end of story.

  13. Mysterious 3 pieces of stainless sheets riveted together disappears….riveting

    • Nick Middleditch | November 29, 2020 at 7:51 PM | Reply

      Watch the video of the dude who went to find it. In his vid you can clearly see its riveted together and hear it’s hollow when he knocks on it

    • Screamin demon | November 29, 2020 at 8:08 PM | Reply

      @schrodingers cat look at 0:50 – 0:52 there are rivets look closer

    • schrodingers cat | November 29, 2020 at 8:53 PM | Reply

      ​@Screamin demon I see it. That does not look like a structural steel rivet though it looks like a speed rivet which probably means it was damaged during transport and that was done on site. Still means it is at least 5 plates, not 3.

    • @m sanders – Hmm, 3 sides? I’m pretty sure the minimum number of sides for a triangular prism of any kind is 4.

    • @schrodingers cat – at least 4 not five; each side plus the top, there might not be a bottom

  14. Frank Holguín | November 29, 2020 at 1:39 PM | Reply

    It was a portal for an alien invasion, but they saw how f**ked we are this year that they closed it and postponed everything for some other time 🤷‍♂️

  15. it’s in my back yard. birds love it.

  16. Like I said, it was probably somebody’s art project.

  17. TLDR: hollow, has rivets. Not magnetizable.

  18. Stereo3DProductions | November 29, 2020 at 6:21 PM | Reply

    Alien conversation
    “Ah, home sweet home”
    “Uh oh, I can’t find the house key!”
    “You didn’t drop it back on Earth did you?”
    “Damnit, yes, we have to go back!”

  19. The monolith had a message “Epstein did not kill himself”

  20. It’s Earth’s USB stick. Don’t pull it out or we all get erased

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