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Weird Monolith Found in Utah Desert 👽🏜️


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A metal monolith, planted firmly in the ground with no clear sign of where it came from or why it was there, was discovered at the base of a barren slot canyon in Utah's Red Rock Country.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/24/us/Utah-monolith-red-rock-country.html

 

https://www.cnn.com/style/article/utah-monolith-art-trnd/index.html

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Do you guys think an artist put it there?  Given that they said it's too remote for most people to access..... I find it a little hard to believe someone lugged something like that out there and spent the time to put it in the ground.

 

I can reason that the ground would look "undisturbed" after a few weather cycles.

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10 minutes ago, Dirty_habiT said:

Do you guys think an artist put it there?  Given that they said it's too remote for most people to access..... I find it a little hard to believe someone lugged something like that out there and spent the time to put it in the ground.

 

I can reason that the ground would look "undisturbed" after a few weather cycles.

someone def put it there. occams razor 

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i read somewhere movie prop, as this area has been historically used as a filming location, which was an interesting theory.....and even though that is a decent theory, there is still nothing proving what its exact origin is, which is kind of the draw for people i think. a mysterious item just appeared in the desert, and that is all we know.

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3 hours ago, Dirty_habiT said:

Do you guys think an artist put it there?  Given that they said it's too remote for most people to access..... I find it a little hard to believe someone lugged something like that out there and spent the time to put it in the ground.

 

I can reason that the ground would look "undisturbed" after a few weather cycles.


My bet is college band music video or student film. Huge pain in the ass to get it out there. Why bother taking it with you?

 

I am curious how deep into the ground it goes

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