New Metal Monolith Appears on Pine Mountain in California
A new mystery shiney metal monolith has appeared atop a Pine Mountain in located in northern Ventura County in California. The three sided obelisk appeares to be made of stainless steel, 10-feet tall and 18 inches wide. The object was welded together at each corner, with rivets attaching the side panels to a likely steel frame inside. While the Utah monolith was firmly buried in the dirt, the local reports suggest the California monolith is merely standing on the ground and could be pushed over. With this, the monolith mystery has deepened further at a time when questions remain unanswered over appearance followed by the disappearance of metal monoliths in the Utah desert and Romania.
The Utah monolith was first spotted on 18 November by state helicopter crews helping wildlife biologists count bighorn sheep. The object, about 11 feet tall and apparently made of stainless steel, removed after 10 days
Amid mounting international attention of the mystery, third metal monolith suddenly appeared November 27 close to an ancient Dacian fortress in Bâtca Doamnei plateau, near an archaeological site in Romania. It also had a mirrored surface but appeared to have been covered with graffiti. The monolith in Romania also vanished.