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A mysterious monolith (code name for tower similar to the George Washington Monument) has suddenly popped up in Las Vegas.

The Las Vegas Police Department broke the story and shared these photos on Twitter:

It appears very shiny and reflective, almost giving the appearance of being see through or like a cloak.

But the biggest question remains:  Who put it there?

And perhaps even bigger:  Why?

And if this feels like “old news” it’s not….but that’s because these have popped up in other cities in the past 4 years.

In fact, one also popped up in Las Vegas back in 2020:

This is not the same story, this is new.

They have also been spotted on a hillside in Wales:

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In fact, according to local Fox13, some think the new Vegas Monolith was previously located in Utah:

It’s been quiet lately when it comes to monolith sightings in Utah. Too quiet.

Over three years since a mysterious monolith appeared… and then suddenly disappeared… from southeastern Utah, a similar object has now appeared one state over.

Perhaps Utah’s monolith was looking for a brighter stage on The Strip?

Las Vegas police shared photos of a monolith that the department’s search and rescue teams discovered over the weekend. The shiny monolith was discovered near Gass Peak.

“We see a lot of weird things when people go hiking like not being prepared for the weather, not bringing enough water… but check this out!,” the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department wrote on social media.

In 2020, a monolith was discovered just east of Canyonlands National Park during a count of bighorn sheep. However, days after it was found, it was removed by a group who delivered it to the Bureau of Land Management.

Local Fox5 has more info on the new 2024 Vegas Monolith:

A mysterious monolith was discovered north of the Las Vegas Valley.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said their Search and Rescue team discovered the strange formation over the weekend.

It was located near Gass Peak in the northern area of the valley.

Las Vegas police used the strange formation to remind hikers to the “TRAIL” acronym while enjoying the outdoors.

Here is CBS covering the monolith in Wales:

Vox reports there have been Monoliths pop up in Utah, Romania, California and New Mexico:

Into the fiery, plague-ridden nightmare-scape of 2020, like a gift from some benevolent higher being, has come a source of true wonder and delight: the wandering monoliths of Utah, Romania, California, and New Mexico.

The monoliths are long vertical slabs of metal, each 10 to 12 feet tall. They appear with no warning and disappear just as quickly: First, one in the Utah desert, which emerged on November 18 and vanished on November 27. Second, one outside the Romanian city of Piatra Neamt, which appeared on November 27 and disappeared on December 2. Third, one at the top of Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California, which appeared on December 2, was taken down on December 3, and reappeared on December 4. And fourth, one in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which appeared on December 7 and was taken down the same day.

They look like alien artifacts. In part, that’s because they are heavily reminiscent of the monoliths of Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, where vast black monoliths are deposited by aliens to guide human beings from one stage of evolution to the next.

Kubrick or no Kubrick, all four of these real-life monoliths are eerie, solitary objects. No one knows whether another will suddenly appear, or whether it, too, will vanish into the night.

We know very little about these monoliths at all, in fact, and that seems to be part of their point. They are a beautifully inexplicable phenomenon, and proof that the world still contains marvels.

What do you think is going on here?

And the big question….Why?


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