Mysterious Metal Monolith Found In The Wilds of Utah

According to foreign media CNET, Utah’s KSL television station reported an mysterious metal monolith found in the wilds of Utah on Saturday, sharing images taken by a helicopter crew of the Utah Public Safety Agency: a mysterious metal object was inserted on the ground. The staff was assisting the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources to count the sheep.

KSL reporter Andrew Adams tweeted the location’s idea of ​​the news, which mimics the plot of “Star Trek”.

mysterious metal monolith found in the wilds of utah

“I think its height may be between 10 and 12 feet,” pilot Bret Hutchings told KSL. “We kind of joked that if one of us suddenly disappears, then I think the rest of us will run away.” The players carefully observed after landing. Hutchings said that the mysterious metal monolith found in the wilds of Utah was firmly inserted on the ground and speculated that it might be related to NASA or might be a work of art.

mysterious metal monolith found in the wilds of utah

The Utah Department of Public Safety shared this story on Facebook, saying: “For our members of the Department of Safety, no day is the same. The situation they encountered recently when they were performing the task of counting bighorn sheep was very… Unique.” The department keeps the specific location of the metal monolith confidential.

mysterious metal monolith found in the wilds of utah

This mysterious metal monolith found in the wilds of the Utah desert has striking similarities with the extraterrestrial boulder props created for Stanley Kubrick’s iconic film “2001: A Space Odyssey” (2001: A Space Odyssey). The Utah Department of Public Safety shared a photo on Instagram and asked a question: “Curious people want to know, what exactly is this?” The team here at Area 51 Aliens will be posting updates in regards to this metal monolith but it does seem strange that a metal monolith would be out in the desert for no apparent reason. Don’t you agree?

 

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