The bizarre metallic monolith that was discovered in a remote area of the Utah desert has now been removed for good by a group of hikers, one of whom is said to have said, “Don’t leave garbage in the desert.”
Since the monument’s discovery last month and the subsequent revelation of its location, the site has slowly turned into a tourist hotspot, leading some environmental activists to remove the object in the name of protection. of the landscape.
The monolith disappeared on the night of November 27, but a Facebook user called Ross Bernards explained how he witnessed the structure being knocked down and removed.
Bernards explained how he and a group of friends passed many other hikers on their way to the monument, but had room to themselves for an hour and 40 minutes after arriving.
At 8:40 p.m., Bernards said he saw a group of four men approaching the site. He goes on to explain what happened next in his Facebook post.
“4 guys came around the corner and 2 of them came forward. They pushed a few pushes on the monolith and one of them said, “You better have your pictures.” Then he gave it a big push, and he walked past, leaning to one side. He yelled at his other friends that they didn’t need any tools. The other guy with him at the monolith then said, “That’s why you don’t leave garbage in the desert.” Then all four of them came and pushed him almost to the ground on one side, before deciding to push him back on the other when he then jumped up and landed on the ground with a loud bang. They quickly broke it and, as they carried the wheelbarrow they had brought one of them, all looked at us and said, “Leave no trace. It was at 8:48 a.m. “
“If you ask why we didn’t stop them well, they were right to get rid of them. We stayed the night and the next day we went to the top of a hill overlooking the area where we saw at least 70 different cars (and a plane) coming in and out. Cars park all over the delicate desert landscape. No one follows one path or the other. We could literally see people trying to approach it from all directions trying to reach it, constantly changing the unspoiled landscape. Mother Nature is an artist, it is better to leave her art in the wild.
According to other reports, the first people to arrive at the scene after the monument was removed noticed that the words “bye, bitch” had been scrawled in the dirt near where the monolith had been placed and that it there was “a cool pee stain right next to it.”
An eyewitness also describes seeing a truck leaving the scene with “a large object tied in the bed with the hatch open.”
Utah state officials say they have nothing to do with removing the monolith.
Meanwhile, to make matters more bizarre, an object almost identical to the Utah monument was discovered days later in Romania near an ancient fortress and archaeological site in the town of Piatra Neamt.
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