A Third Monolith Simply Appeared in California



Right here We Go Once more

Okay, critically, who’s doing this? Knock it off.

A 3rd monolith has appeared on high of Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California, as noticed by native information correspondent Connor Allen.


In contrast to the “newbie welder” travesty that was the second monolith discovered close to a well-known archeological web site in northern Romania, this monolith seems to be as pristine as — or maybe even shinier than — the first one, discovered within the Utah wilderness late final month.

Is it a advertising and marketing stunt? Aliens enjoying a joke? We nonetheless have zero readability on the origins or goal behind the unusual buildings.

It’s the identical triangular design made out of chrome steel, and stands about ten toes tall. Surprisingly, this monolith wasn’t anchored to the bottom just like the one present in Utah and will simply “be knocked over with a agency push” according to local news outlet Atascadero News.


If previous is prelude, we’ll now be ready for the roughly 200 pound set up to vanish in a single day — just like the ones discovered within the Utah and Romania.

Whereas we don’t understand how the Romanian monolith disappeared, we’ve got a first-hand account of how a gang of four men toppled over the one in Utah late Friday night and taking it with them.

READ MORE: New mysterious monolith appears in California [CNET]

Extra on monoliths: A Gang of Men Apparently Stole the Utah Monolith



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