The Utah Department of Public Safety announced on Monday that an unexplainable metal mass found in the Red Rock State of Utah.
The department stated in a statement on its website that the DPS Aviation Bureau and Utah Wildlife Resources Department discovered the structure on November 18, when he was hunting and killing parts of southeastern Utah.
The overall photo shared by the department shows a metal column approximately 10 feet long with four sides. The surface is shiny, but it does not seem to be reflective.
During this mission, they found an unusual object and landed nearby for further investigation. The crew found a piece of metal installed on the ground in a remote red rock area.
The statement added that there was “no obvious indication” of who installed the monolithic structure, but reminded the public “no matter which planet the authorization comes from, it is illegal to install structures or artworks on public land managed by the federal government without authorization.”
According to Lt. Nick Street, a spokesperson for the Utah Department of Public Safety,
We are almost 100% convinced that this is some kind of installation attempt. There was no attempt. They successfully installed it in southeastern Utah on the red rocks.
Because the installation location is remote, the exact location of the installation is not disclosed to prevent individuals from trying to find the installation location.
They are likely to be in trouble and need rescue.
The statement concluded that the Bureau of Land Management would determine whether further investigation is needed.
It’s stainless steel. It’s with popular rivets. Humans must piece this statement together…
According to the timing, as far as we know, it may have been placed 50 years ago. 60 years ago, and because it was made of materials, it didn’t. “Weathered – it wasn’t. This is an internee. “
The town of Red Rock is one of the five most famous hiking areas in Utah for tourism. This area is a canyon country in southern Utah, which includes all five national parks in Utah and many monuments and state parks.
DPS warned against trying to find the boulder. About a month later, a Californian woman who had been missing for nearly two weeks in Zion National Park, Utah, California, was found safely.
Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, has not been seen since taking a private shuttle bus into the Grotto area of the park on October 6. Her disappearance prompted multiple search and rescue operations, as Courtier did not have a mobile phone and did not leave a travel itinerary.
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