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4-4-2021

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The Cedar City, Utah Monolith

    Here are 4 of the most notable Monoliths found in the desert so far. There were others like the one found in Las Vegas. We have a personal interest in the one found near Cedar City, Utah. Watch the video below!
   This one was up for 4 years before anyone found it. It is now gone, removed by a group from Moab, Utah. It vanished less than 10 days after being found by Officials counting wildlife in the desert. It was in a very remote area in the desert. Within a day hundreds of people were hiking in to see this monolith.

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    This is the monolith at the top of Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California This monolith only lasted 1 day – up on Wednesday and gone on Thursday, then back up on Saturday. Then gone again! Not much was heard about this monolith.
Cedar City Monolith
Moab, Utah, Monolith

The Moab, Utah Monolith

The Pine Mt. California Monolith

Pine Mt. California Monolith

The Romanian Monolith

    In the Romanian city of Piatra Neamt there is another monolith found just days after the one in Moab, Utah disappeared. We don't know anything about the fate of this monolith. We do know that the surface of it was rough, compared to the smooth reflective surface on the other monoliths.
Romanian Monolith

The Cedar City Monolith

    This one only lasted for a few days from the day it was first found. The day after we saw and photographed it, it was gone! This one was bigger at 4 ft. wide and at least 10 ft. tall. It also had a button that (at one time) opened a drawer which dispensed a metal object, a counter to count the button presses and a solar panel on top to power all this. This took a lot of work. Later we learned that it wasn’t even made of metal, but was a plastic material with a metallic looking skin. It was impressive!

The video will give you a closer look and an idea of what it was like
 off-roading into the area. Map included. Pause the video to view
the map!

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Download the GPX - Zip file to the Monolith

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