New Monolith Discovery in Las Vegas Sparks 2020 Mystery Revival

Aiden Starling

Updated Sunday, June 23, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Hikers in Las Vegas have stumbled upon a remarkable discovery that has reignited a global mystery from 2020. A tall, shiny monolith, eerily reminiscent of those that appeared worldwide a few years ago, has been found on a local hiking trail.

To revisit the phenomenon, mysterious monoliths began surfacing in late 2020, with sightings reported from Utah to Romania and even downtown Las Vegas. These enigmatic structures left everyone puzzled, as no one witnessed their placement. Theories abounded, ranging from art installations and elaborate pranks to extraterrestrial involvement. Utah officials even issued reminders that developing public lands without authorization is illegal, humorously noting that this applies regardless of one's planetary origin.

Over a brief period of less than a month, 23 monoliths were discovered before the occurrences abruptly ceased. Fast forward to the present, and it seems the intrigue has returned. The newly found Las Vegas monolith shares striking similarities with the original structures, and its origin remains a complete mystery.

Interestingly, this isn't the first monolith to surface this year. In March, a hiker in Wales came across a similar object atop a hill, accessible only by foot.

The reappearance of these monoliths leaves many questions unanswered, captivating the public's imagination once again. For a closer look at this latest discovery, watch the video and dive into the enigma that continues to baffle and inspire.

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