Helicopter Pilot Finds Strange Monolith In Remote Part Of Utah
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November 23, 2020: While counting wild bighorn sheep populations from a helicopter, two government employees discovered a strange metal monolith in a remote part of Utah (United States). Thus far, it is is not known who made it or put it there, or what purpose it serves. The monolith protrudes more than 10 feet (3 meters+) out of the ground it is planted in, and is shaped like a triangular prism about 2 feet wide. It has a smooth finish and shows minimal signs of weathering. The location is a remote rocky gulch, and there are no tracks or other immediate signs of how such a large and heavy object was placed in the earth.

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