Monolith disappears from the distant Utah desert, but public intrigues remain

Last week, prof Mysterious monolith It was spotted near Canyonlands National Park in Utah by park personnel as if it had just emerged from red mud.

And like that, he is gone.

The monolith, about 10 feet high, was discovered last week by state wildlife officials counting large sheep populations on the southeastern edge of Utah. The area is so remote that the Utah Department of Public Safety has said that if someone tries to get a closer look at it, it could very well “get stuck and call for a rescue.”

The mysterious monlith spread after its discovery.
(Utah Department of Public Safety)

However, “reliable reports” indicated that the “illegally installed structure” was removed by an unknown destination, and the removal is believed to have occurred sometime on November 27th. mentioned That one Instagram user posted online that he ventured to see the thing himself. Ricardo Marino said he saw a pickup truck heading in the opposite direction at that time and it appeared to be carrying something large on its bed.

Marino was reportedly joined by someone else and the two read, “Bye B ****”, written in where the body once stood. And someone might have urinated in the place.

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Since then, other visitors have piled rocks near the site around what appears to be the top piece that may have torn off while it was removed.

David Aarrow and James Rogers of Fox News contributed to this report

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