New mystery monolith emerges in California after Utah one vanishes
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A new monolith has appeared out of no where and been destroyed in California, just days after the Utah and Romania one vanished.
The structure emerged in the city and caused a stir on social media as no one has come forward to claim the strange appearance.
Last month a similar structure was seen in Utah which was followed by another one on a hill in the Romanian town of Piatra Neamt.
However, the mysterious metal column found standing in Utah's desert was knocked down and dismantled by a group of men who considered it "trash", according to a witness.
The second similar structure in Piatra Neamt, Romania, also vanished, reports Mirror.
Authorities said the owner of the property is still unknown but whoever propped the monument up should have sought permission from the country's Ministry of Culture.
The local mayor Andrei Carabelea wrote on Facebook : "There is no reason to panic for those who think there is still life in the universe.
"My guess is that some alien, cheeky and terrible teenagers left home with their parents' UFO and started planting metal monoliths around the world.
"First in Utah and then at Piatra Neamt. I am honoured that they chose our city."
The California object has also reportedly been torn down overnight by a group of right-wing men who live-streamed the incident.
A video posted online shows a group of three men pushing the statue and shouting "America First" and "Christ Is King".
A man can be seen wearing a "make America great again" headband.
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The man was heard saying the monolith construction was "gay" and it was then replaced with a wooden cross, reports Vice.
“Christ is king in this country. We don’t want illegal aliens from Mexico or outer space,” a man in the video says. “So let’s tear this b**** down.”
After the structure was taken down, a man said on the DLive account: "It was a learning experience. Nobody got arrested … It was fine because it was funny."
Mysterious monolith found in Utah desert goes unclaimed sparking theories
The structure was spotted on Twitter on Wednesday after Connor Allen tweeted: "Breaking news. There is currently a monolith at the top of Pine Mountain in Atascadero!!"
He added: "How did it get there? Where is it from? How long has it been there? I do not have these answers yet."
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