A mysterious metal structure was discovered in Utah’s remote region by a crew team flying on a helicopter. They were counting bighorn sheep population when the team found something unusual in the middle of the barren land: a shiny piece of metal, erected solid on the ground.
It was about 3m tall, and the crew went down to check out the structure. Many people find this a familiar scene from a movie while the man who found it calls it something ‘out of this world.’
Speaking to KSL-TV, the pilot, Bret Hutchings, recalled, “One of the biologists is the one who spotted it and we just happened to fly directly over the top of it. He was like, ‘Whoa… turn around!’”
The team jokes about how this might something NASA did or how one of them are going to go missing after this. Bret has his own opinions about the actual origin of this, “I’m assuming it’s some new wave artist or something or, you know, somebody that was a big [2001: A Space Odyssey] fan.”
People are soon calling it mysterious Utah ‘monolith’, which is a fancy way to call a tall, standing structure. Of course, the common premise from the public is that this seems like an alien-related structure. But seeing how it is a metal with screws on it and how it resembles a scene in a movie, this might have been man-made.
Soon, someone revealed that a 4chan user has confirmed that this metal has been sitting there for 4 years undiscovered.
Utah has its own share of mysteries, such as the Skinwalker Ranch which story was publicized by a family of four who moved out from the 512-acre land just 18 months after living in there in 1996. The man claimed he’s seen UFO’s, crop circles, and even had his cattle mutilated surgically more than once.