Huge mysterious ‘alien’ monolith appears out of nowhere confusing locals

What exactly is it?
  • A local man in Wales found a steel monolith that’s 10-foot tall
  • At first, he thought it was a structure for collecting rainwater but as he got closer to it, he realized that was not the case
  • Similar monoliths have been discovered across the globe over the years

Published on Mar 14, 2024 at 5:37PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 15, 2024 at 4:19PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain

A mysterious monolith appeared out of nowhere in Wales.

And people are wondering what exactly is going on here.

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The monolith, which appears to made of steel, appeared on a hill in Hay-on-Wye, a small town in Wales.

A local man called Richard Haynes randomly ‘bumped into’ this massive, Toblerone-shaped steel structure over the weekend, and he’s taken to social media to work out what might be.

Haynes was the first person to take photographs and he told local newspaper(s) that when he first saw the odd monolith he thought it may be some sort of structure for collecting rainwater.

However, as he got closer to it, he realized it was a lot taller than he thought, standing at least 10 feet tall (30 meters) and is made of steel.

It may be weird, but it’s not unprecedented.

Amazingly, similar steel monoliths have already appeared elsewhere on the planet over the last few years.

They’ve already been discovered in Utah, Romania, Turkey, Germany, the Netherlands, Colombia, Spain and Paraguay.

No one knows where they come from, but we can safely conclude there’s no proof they’re made, or brought here, by aliens.

In other mysterious news, apparently, after a very long time, the CIA has revealed what the mysterious ‘Area 51‘ is used for.

And after extensive research, NASA has concluded there’s no proof aliens exist, and most UFO sightings are ordinary objects and phenomena such as airglow.

The key word is ‘most’, isn’t it?

These monoliths may just be art installations put in place by an artist who wants to cause confusion.

Some of the images used for the article were created with AI

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