Helicopter pilot finds ‘strange’ monolith in remote part of Utah – Shared Content

Shared Content – The Guardian


A mysterious monolith has been discovered in a remote part of Utah, after being spotted by state employees counting sheep from a helicopter. The structure, estimated at between 10ft and 12ft high (about 3 metres), appeared to be planted in the ground. It was made from some sort of metal, its shine in sharp contrast to the enormous red rocks which surrounded it.

The particular individual counting bighorn sheep from the sky came across something you don’t see every day. Not much information has come about its since it went viral a couple of days ago but like always, online has lead to many speculations in what it actually is. “That’s been about the strangest thing that I’ve come across out there in all my years of flying.”, Ben Hutchings told local news channel KSLTV. Mimicking famous sci-fi movies or animated series, the monolith symbolism is very alien.

Not to get into conspiracy but archaeology is an interesting subject in determining objectional history. From fossils to underground cities, impossible builds and finally monoliths such as this fit into that category. Then again, if there was more of it below than it would have been something of mainstream attention. Peer-reviewed, some said it was the work of John McCracken although he died in 2011. Liam Sharp sums up what I see in this discovery “I love this. I imagine it’s an art piece, but what if it isn’t”.

Undisclosed so explorers won’t traverse into the harsh environment and potentially get lost. Lost in the purpose of a prank because hollow or not hollow would be very difficult to install. It does not seem to far below sea level and cliff sides look like an old river of some kind because of erosion or a technical eclectic conducted? Overall I would be interested in reading about further scientific findings such as carbon reading on the metal to see how old it is and match at the level it has risen from.

Need more data to double down on what this actually is…



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