Spotted by many from the highway below, this monolith was in a more urban area than many others, and, as expected due to that, was removed by a vandal the next day. Left in its place was a rock with a message hinting that someone named “Ben” had removed it.
Wooden monolith appeared in the Hillcrest neighborhood in Washington DC. The monolith was constructed in front of a home, while the property owner was on a walk on Dec 6th.
Monolith is stll there on 15th December, after contacting property owner through Facebook.
Next to a small pond in a Nature Preserve outside of Oudehorne, Netherlands the monolith appeared with no footprints in the area. The monolith is not made of very glossy material and is therefore not reflective like other monoliths, but has a rather 'cloudy' appearance. The monolith does reflect in the water of the pond it sits next to. Cold weather caused the monolith to frost/dew over as seen in pictures.
The monolith disappeared the day after it was discovered.
Locals suspected the monolith to be an end of year prank, which are common in the area. However, the quick disappearance suggests otherwise, because if it was, locals say, 'it would still have been here'. The owner of the land was not happy with the monolith because of the visitors, but does not say he is the one who removed it.
Located in the center of Ferrara (Piazza Municipale), Italy, it was set in the night between 5 and 6 December. Then, a message in English was sent to local journals, claiming the monolith was made by "Fox Moulder"
Two locals spontaneously set up the monolith as a "sign of hope" on St. Nicholas Day (Dec. 6) in Katschberg, where it was originally discovered and quickly disappeared from. It the reappeared on Dec. 10 in Salzburg in the middle of a snowstorm on the 18th hole of the St. Michael golf course. This one might be gone by the end of the week.
Two monoliths have been “discovered” in Boulder, Colorado, however they look suspiciously similar. Many theorize that the same person put the monolith up in Chautauqua Park, snapped a photo, then moved it to a location outside a Taco Shop in downtown Boulder. Regardless, this monolith is so far unexplained. For now, it will be counted as one monolith.
A monolith appeared in Kristiansand, Norway on Monday outside a local lighting store. Store owner and employees say they were uninvolved and as amused as everyone else. However, the lighting company has security cameras, however the footage of when the monolith was erected was removed.
The clip lacks video from when the column is mounted. This part of the video is simply clipped.
Outside of San Diego, in Scripps Ranch a monolith was erected in a shopping mall for a single day before it was removed by a group. Following that report, Fox 5 News that they interviewed a group that managed to re-claim the parts of the Monolith. They claimed it will reappear in the area soon.
The monolith was rebuilt with involvement of the mall owners. However before it was unveiled, it was destroyed.
Another Monolith was discovered on Compton Beach in the United Kingdom, located on National Trust Land. The monolith is located on the south coast of the Isle Of Wight, an English island on the country's southern coast. On the 8th December 2020; a designer called Tom Dunford , who lives on the Island, claimed responsibility for the monolith to the BBC; Saying that he created it "purely for fun" and "as a tribute to others that have popped up around the world". Mr Dunford also said he put the monolith up at 04:00GMT on Sunday 6th December 2020, after telling trusted friends and relatives about his plan.
The National Trust is closely watching the beach to ensure that social-distancing takes place and overcrowding doesn't happen.
The monolith has been sold via online auction with 53 bids for £810.
In Albuquerque a monolith stood for a single day before it's destruction. After it's removal, Albuquerque Police Department says that they recovered the monolith and it's being sent to a crime lab.
Reported to our monolith team via private message on December 13th, we learned about this monolith in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada on Red Sands Beach. It's reported that the monolith was initially spotted on December 7 2020.
Vadu beach monolith, 3 faced, about 2.5-3m tall, clear signs of vehicle tires around at the time of finding. Clean sides, edges are riveted. One side contains symbols from the Predator lore (Yautja alphabet), translation is incomplete as not all symbols match: ? A 5 H 35M 17S ? 8(or 2) 3 8(or 2) 8(or 2).
Almost positive that those are Star Coordinates. That first symbol is most likely an "R" so the first two letters would be Right Ascension.
RA 05H24M17S then the 52328 are the degrees.
First symbols could suggest a time 5 hours, 35 minutes 17 seconds.
Also it's been cited that the symbols could be the coordinates for Orion Nebula.
Orion Nebula Coordinates: Right ascension: 05h 35m 17s. Declination:−05° 23′ 28″.
In the Zandstraat in Beneden-Leeuwen region, a monolith 3 meters high appeared. It appeared in front of a local restaurant and bar, that appears to be capitalizing on the monolith by selling monolith fries. The owner of restaurant says it is not known to them who built the monolith.
A neighbor protested this monolith and it's placement causing the municipality of West Maas en Waal to remove the monolith immediately.
In Lansing's Old Town, Michigan a monolith was constructed on Dec 8th. This one was welded, and unlike other monoliths, this one has a inscription in english directing you to the monoliths official website.
YouTuber "I did a thing" created a monolith somewhere in australia, and it's location is currently unknown. Some controversy surrounded this monolith as the youtuber claim credit for all the monoliths, a claim that is not true. While admitting to this late in the video, the title and intro do play into this falsehood.
A small monolith only 2 metres high, hollow was found for a single day, before vanishing.
An Eyewitness reported:
I was there on 10th Dec. in the afternoon and workmen ( who were there also the day before working on the locks of the canal ) informed me that it had disappeared that night . Apparently this M had been supported by a metal pipe, which had carefully been connected to four small 'flippers' every 90 degrees. Obviously to make the M. stand better since the place where it was put was not flat but in a slope ..
Who or whatever took the Monolith away again obviously did a very thorough job .. with this metal pipe as a support system. Yet .. the Monolith was gone again when the workmen arrived in the morning of 10 12. The metal pipe was left though.
Notice the way they ( obviously worth a piece of chalk ) marked the place where the flippers were to be welded onto the pipe .. amazing ! hard to figure out ..
This monolith was discovered in a potato field in Baasrode, Belgium. Its construction seems amateuristic, and the monolith appears dented in many photographs. The farmer in whose field the monolith was found was contacted by an unknown caller the evening before and asked if it was allowed to place an object in his field as a joke. The farmer consented, without knowing what the object would be. The following day the monolith was discovered. Because of the call, the classification of this monolith is easily questionable.
To local news, the farmer explained that he was unaware of the hype surrounding the monoliths discovered elsewhere. The farmer thinks it is a fun distraction from coronavirus, he's pleasantly surprised by the attention from visitors that come to take pictures, but he ultimately thinks the monolith 'is just a stupid pole'.
In western Colorado, near Grand Junction there stands a monolith in the Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort.
Crews at Sunlight Mountain Resort in Glenwood Springs tell us that the installers of the steel structure were mindful enough not to place it where it would interfere with skiing and riding traffic as they prepare for their season-opening.
The ski resort will be inspecting the monolith. They say they are “hopeful they can accommodate the placement, but we have torches ready if needed. No hard feeling to the monolithers.”
Vancouver's monolith brings something new to the party... music. This 10 foot tall, 2 feet wide monolith can be found right outside of the Vancouver Hack Space. This one is most likely a knockoff created by the Hack Space as tribute to all things sci-fi, as it will sometimes play the theme song to "2001: A Space Odyssey" and emit a variety of science fiction sounds effects.
In the Southwest of France, in Toulouse, France on Pech-David hill a monolith appeared for a single day on Wednesday before disappearing. The monolith had an engraved inscription that read: 12 - 13/06 43°34'22.7″ N 1°22'46.3″ E.
It was an advertisement for the Bricks music festival.