The latest ‘monolith’ that’s part of a global trend has been reported at the County Grounds Park in Wisconsin, except unlike the other ones it isn’t a metal structure.
Visitors to a Wisconsin park were baffled to see the 8-to-9-foot-high monolith that had turned up next to a hiking trail.
According to a report by UPI, the lack of snow atop the structure indicates it was installed sometime after Friday night’s snowfall.
Thought everyone should know that there’s now an 8-foot monolith in the County Grounds Park in Wauwatosa. pic.twitter.com/HCkJeyzHqH
— Chris Drosner (@WIbeerbaron) January 3, 2021
Unlike the other metal monoliths that have appeared in the UK, Texas, Poland, Colombia and California, the structure in Wisconsin appeared to be made of cardboard or plywood covered in aluminium foil.
One was reported in India as well, at a park in Ahmedabad.
Here’s how people reacted to the latest monolith:
And it looks like cobbled together trash
— Harris Tweed (@DriftMarlo) January 4, 2021
COVID entertainment provided by aliens for the stupid humanoids.
— KathyK💎 (@kakempen) January 3, 2021
— Matt Zimmerman (@mvzman5) January 3, 2021
Its the dark arts…
— 6%Greg (@7fish27) January 3, 2021
Nothing! Its made of wood and painted silver….. LAME!
— Michelle (@Mishymash1971) January 3, 2021
Monolith-ish. I give it an E for effort. pic.twitter.com/1nhVZPYOIg
— Scottie “Now What?” Cie 😷🙃 (@scottie_cie) January 3, 2021
The mystery structures started popping up around the world after the first such metallic structure was spotted in a Utah desert on November, 10.
There have also been monoliths for the festive season, with a gingerbread monolith turning up in San Francisco around Christmas.