A metal monolith was found in the Utah desert during a helicopter survey of bighorn sheep. The Division of Wildlife Resources spotted the object on November 18th. The crew landed to check it out and found a three-sided stainless-steel object is about as tall as two men put together. They also found no clues about who might have driven it into the ground.
Helicopter pilots discovered a strange metallic monolith on federal land in the Utah desert. Currently authorities believe it’s part of an art installation. pic.twitter.com/hF6uJtdYZL
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