A MYSTERIOUS monolith has reappeared near Las Vegas leaving cops baffled over where it came from. The eerie mirrored column was discovered along a popular hiking trail in Nevada by search and rescue teams four years after a similar one was spotted just minutes away during the Covid-19 pandemic. Creepy pictures of the tall slab of metal show it overlooking the rocky hills of Gass Peak.

Due to its mirrored and reflective look the monolith almost blends in perfectly to the rocky background. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) took to X to speak about the shocking find. They said: "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! "Over the weekend, Las Vegas Metro Search and Rescue spotted this mysterious monolith near Gass Peak north of the valley.

HOW did it get up there??" There has been no official explanation given for how the bizarre sculpture ended up in Las Vegas. An almost identical monolith appeared in the party hotspot in December 2020 underneath the Fremont Street Experience canopy. MONOLITHS have been showing up across the globe in a mysterious phenomenon in recent years A monolith is technically a single block of stone, usually shaped into a pillar.

Geography experts have taken Utah government officials to task for describing a weird, 12ft tall object found in the desert as a monolith. That's because it appears to have been fashioned from metal - not stone. T.

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