Utah Monolith

FAQ About Utah Monolith

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10 months ago | gizem

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.

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10 months ago | gizem

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.

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10 months ago | gizem

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.

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10 months ago | gizem

When was the Utah Monolith removed?

Days after the announcement of its discovery, in November 27th, 2020 the Utah Monolith is removed by recreationists.

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