New metal monolith discovered in Romania vanishes

New metal monolith discovered in Romania vanishes 1


Days after a metal monolith was found in the Utah desert, another similar structure was discovered in Romania.

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54 Comments on "New metal monolith discovered in Romania vanishes"

  1. Them aliens need to learn to weld better

  2. Lol if they were aliens, I dont know how they made a spaceship with such poor craftsmanship like this garbage can!

  3. Wouldn’t you think of setting up a GOPro to before it disappear like the one in UTAH?

  4. Pierre Pellerin | December 1, 2020 at 5:03 PM | Reply

    This is the next thing, metal monolith will begin showing up everywhere and this prank will get more and more attention.

    • Wilhelm Krauss | December 1, 2020 at 6:01 PM | Reply

      Or less and less if they continue to downgrade the quality

    • Pierre Pellerin | December 1, 2020 at 6:43 PM | Reply

      @Wilhelm Krauss leave it to human to even invent an ‘alien’ language and put it on future monolith just to keep this going. These will be like the crop circles that got more and more complex as time pass..

    • sideways through the kitchen door | December 1, 2020 at 8:44 PM | Reply

      LOL! my friend has a fifties era little Piper Cub in his barn. Its just scrap. we want to pull it out, pull the wings off move it to a bush lot in my area, reassemble it like it appeared from the bermuda triangle. so if you ever here of such a thing happening….

    • Reminds me of the clowns popping up everywhere

  5. Ethan Blinkhorn | December 1, 2020 at 5:03 PM | Reply

    that is a terrible welding job and the swirls look like they were done wit a flap disk on a angle grinder

  6. The plot thickens…

  7. RAGSTAluvsDA90z | December 1, 2020 at 5:07 PM | Reply

    Wow 30mins ago i find out and now 29 later monolith is gone

  8. The artist had it removed

  9. the first one was aluminum and riveted,this one is steel and welded. Welded very badly I must say.

    • Did you see rivets on the first one?

    • @Shawn Kalin yes. very visible rivets as one might see in a bank pillar made of aluminium. every 18 inches-2feet on two corners

    • @Think Pad Too bad. If they cnc’d. out of a foundry ingot, it might have been more intriguing.

    • @Shawn Kalin i hear ya. but a well welded one ground down smooth enough to a mirror finish would make more believe that it’s alien in nature methinks. an ingot would be coool though, especially if was pointed and droppen from the sky. no footprints and such

  10. This used to be me | December 1, 2020 at 5:20 PM | Reply

    Pretty crappy monolith if you ask me. Maybe they should put a camera on it so we can see the helicopter move it.

  11. Dos Wheels Яouges | December 1, 2020 at 5:26 PM | Reply

    Obvious welding on the lower side. spirals made with a grinder.

  12. Crop circles are so 1980’s.

  13. They just inserted some flashdrives in earth now they removed the first in utah cuz they already got enough info of utah, lets just wait for them to remove this one too lol

  14. It’s a kit, you assemble it yourself and set it up where it will be seen.

  15. Roopesh .Udupa | December 1, 2020 at 7:31 PM | Reply

    It’s scrap metal aluminum polished😂.. but anyway since now it disappeared we can expect monolith to mushroom in a new location!

  16. I love how the eastern European version is bizzaro.

  17. It’s a garbage can for face masks. A gift, from a more intelligent life form.

  18. Guess the Aliens in America have a better quality control than Romania.

  19. Set up a game camera at the next one – mystery solved.

  20. This has to be the first time in the history of the internet that reading the comment section actually gave me hope for humanity

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