First we had the Utah monolith. Then we had the one in Romania. Now a third monolith has appeared, this time on Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California.
The 10 foot tall metal structure was discovered at the top of the mountain on Wednesday morning, with hiker Ray Johnson telling The Atascadero News it has not been there the previous day. Like its predecessors, there are no clues as to how the Californian monolith got there or what purpose it serves — other than to spark rampant speculation.
The monolith's construction appears similar to its siblings in Utah and Romania, being a smooth, three-sided structure with a triangular footprint. It also seems to be made of reflective stainless steel, put together with rivets and welding. Read more...More about California, Monolith, Culture, and Other
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