After Romanian monolith disappears, another bloody pops up in California
If you’ve been keeping an eye on your social media feeds over the last couple of weeks, you’ll undoubtedly be aware of the metal monoliths that have been popping up in random places. Deadset, since the first one appeared in Utah, these things have been like bloody whack-a-moles, and now there’s one in California!
Rightio, just in case you’re not aware, the basic story is that a strange metal monolith appeared out of nowhere in a hard-to-reach part of Utah. That one disappeared and then one was found in Romania. Right after that one went AWOL, another one’s been found in the States, this time in California.
A shiny metal monolith vanished from Romania’s mountainous Neamt county, four days after its sudden appearance close to an ancient Dacian fortress sparked speculation it may be related to a mystery structure seen in the United States https://t.co/3gAljvbVoO 1/4 pic.twitter.com/x9jRy0GD1t
— Reuters Science News (@ReutersScience) December 1, 2020
Before we go on, it’s worth mentioning that ten days after it was found, four people dismantled the Utah one and took off with the pieces. But, while that’s interesting, that’s not why we’re here.
According to the Atascadero News, “The three-sided obelisk appeared to be made of stainless steel, 10-feet tall and 18 inches wide. The object was welded together at each corner, with rivets attaching the side panels to a likely steel frame inside.”
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There is currently a monolith at the top of Pine Mountain in Atascadero!!
— Connor Allen (@ConnorCAllen) December 2, 2020
Some people have speculated the original was an art installation, but no one’s really sure what’s going on with these new ones. The most obvious guess is that it’s a coordinated stunt by some shadowy group of people who like planting their erections in hard-to-reach places, but we dunno about that.
Apparently, this one wasn’t as firm as the Utah one, and could probably be pushed over. And it’s that’s pretty much why we reckon these are just copies. Yeah, nah, we reckon people are ripping off the original.
The mysterious metal monolith that was found last week in the Utah desert has vanished. https://t.co/tUFYRCfhe0
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 29, 2020
Of course, we could be wrong. These could be markers for the final battle of 2020, an alien invasion. After all, would you doubt it?
Final thought: Come on then, ya big bloody bewdiful legends, let us know your predictions in the Facebook comments section. We wanna see what you reckon’s going on here.
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H/T: THE GUARDIAN.