Adventurer tracks down Utah monolith

DAVID SURBER STANDING BESIDES MYSTERIOUS MONOLITH WHILE SAYING (English): "All right, y'all wanted the magnet test, so I didn't bring a strong one but not sticking."

Courtesy: David Surber @davidsurber_

The Utah monolith is gone

but amateur adventurer David Surber

caught a glimpse of it before it disappeared

Date: November 25, 2020

DAVID SURBER STANDING BESIDES MYSTERIOUS MONOLITH WHILE SAYING (English): "So, is it solid? Not solid. Sounds a little bit like a cardboard box.

The monolith was discovered on November 18

in a remote southeastern Utah desert

No one seems to know where it went

or who the creator is

Video Transcript

DAVID SURBER: All right, y'all wanted a magnet test, so I didn't bring a strong enough one but not sticking. OK? Those are the attempts.

[FOOTSTEPS]

So is it solid? Not solid. Sounds a little bit like a cardboard box. And then-- let me get to a lighter side-- we got rivets and handprints from-- probably from [? diesel ?] days going all the way up. And then it's three different panels, and you see there. So all the panels are separate and then riveted. Hollow, riveted, not magnetic.

- Hey.

DAVID SURBER: Hey. A few people were asking me to get all those answers, so.