Utah Monolith Vanishes
The mysterious silver monolith has vanished, seemingly as quickly as it appeared over a week ago in a remote desert in southeastern Utah. After the monolith was discovered, adventurers flocked to the desert to see the otherworldly 12-foot-tall metal column.
Riccardo Marino was one of the first people to realize it was gone. “We noticed tire tracks from some kind of dolly or wheelbarrow that was hauling it out,” Marino says. All that was left at the site is the monolith’s base plate.
The column looked straight out of 2001: A Space Odyssey and drew an avalanche of conspiracy theories from visiting aliens, local art work and even something sinister from the mob.
BREAKING NEWS: Another monolith similar to the one that appeared in the Utah desert last month, mysteriously popped up on iconic Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. The slab was strategically placed near the entrances to the Golden Nugget Casino and the newly opened Circa.
Unlike the Utah monolith, the Vegas version appears to be a prism made with a highly reflective surface. Shockingly, two more monoliths have appeared in Central California and Romania.