Mysterious “Monolith” in Utah Disappeared, Another One Emerges in Romania
A Mysterious “Monolith” Found in Utah
There are only a few weeks left before this year, filled with challenges and mind-blowing surprises, comes to an end, but it seems like 2020 is not done yet on throwing some shocking news. Just recently, a mysterious tall, metal “monolith”, as they call it, has appeared in the desert in Utah and then it just suddenly disappeared.
Through the official statement published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah on November 29, 2020, the management said that they did not remove the structure. During their site visit on Friday, November 27, 2020, it was confirmed by the BLM that an unknown party or parties removed the illegally installed structure.
“Monolith” in Utah, Work of Aliens?
The said mysterious structure which was referred to as “monolith” has received both national and international interest and has sparked theories of alien placement, thus a relatively large number of people came to visit the site. However, the BLM said, “Aliens? Probably not.”
“One thing we know for sure, folks flocking to the location for a view left a mess,” added by the management. Those who visited the site were said to have parked on vegetation and left behind human waste.
Another Mysterious “Monolith” Found in Romania
The “monolith” which was found in Utah might have already vanished, but another “monolith” has been reportedly found in another location. Today (Tuesday), December 1, 2020, the Daily Mail reported that a similar structure has appeared in Romania. And thus, the mystery goes on.
The triangular structure in Romania one side faces Mount Ceahlau, known locally as the Holy Mountain.
The Romanian officials still don’t know who is responsible for erecting the mysterious monolith.
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