FAQ About Utah Monolith
When was the Utah Monolith discovered?
On November 18, 2020, state biologists of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources were in southeastern Utah carrying out a survey of bighorn sheep from a helicopter when one of the biologists spotted the pillar and told the pilot, Bret Hutchings, to fly over the location again.
Where was the Utah Monolith found?
The Utah Monolith was installed by unknown individuals on public land in a red sandstone slot canyon in Lockhart Basin, in northern San Juan County.
How big was the Utah Monolith?
The metal structure stood 3 m (9.8 ft) tall above the bedrock, with each of the sides being 58 cm (23 in) wide. It was a triangular prism that had three sides.
When was the Utah Monolith removed?
Days after the announcement of its discovery, in November 27th, 2020 the Utah Monolith is removed by recreationists.