At about 4pm local time on Friday, December 11th, Craig Sim and Jonny Poulson found the first Scottish monolith outside of their business in Lerwick. Although they claim to not know how it appeared, it does appear almost centerfold in front of the office with the logo of the company "Art Machine" prominently displayed in the pictures.
A monolith three meters in height was found in Oosterhout by the Wilhelmina Canal.
This monolith was a fake one,it's was made for commercial purposes
Located in a garden, in Hamoir, Belgium stands this Monolith. It's painted, and etched with 'Made in Atlantis' in small lettering on one side.
Hungary has spotted its first monolith, this time in Budapest. The monolith is in the middle of a grassy pain alongside the Újpalota housing estate. According to Hungarian news: "In terms of country image, Santa Claus has not dropped the first Hungarian monolith in the most fortunate place."
"A few days ago a new monolith has stood out among the vineyards of Baron Longo, in Egna. At the foot of Castelfeder, in one of the oldest wine-growing areas in Italy, a monolith similar to those reported in other parts of the world appeared"
Local police discovered and overturned the monolith in Schwarzenberg Park in Hamburg, Germany around 1:15pm local time on December 12, citing safety reasons.
“This is a measure to prevent danger. We noticed that the thing is shaky. And before it tips over and injures someone, we have laid it out so that no one can be injured” said police officer Michael Mannigel
After "he was killed by police officers", the monolith reappeared in the evening and eventually disappeared in the early morning.
A monolith was spotted on Sunday the 12th of December, in front of the main entrance to Borken's Youth Castle, near a youth christian center. This monolith has a very impressive mirror finish, making it stand out from other monoliths.
This two dimensional rendering of a cartoon monolith is now keeping portland weird. Created by @MikeBennettArt on Dec 12, it is located at NE 11th and Alberta Street, Portland, Oregon.
Monolith confirmed vanished by a monolthtracker local verification team member on Dec 14th.
Sometime Saturday morning, a roughly 8-foot metal structure was placed near the gate at Holidaze pop-up holiday bar in the Rose Garden at Walton Arts Center.
In the snowy mountains of Vermont, 1,800ft above the ground a monolith was discovered. It's sturdy construction was revealed when local news tried to move the monolith. Local news cited that the first spotting was a hiker, Miriam Zlotin, on December 12th after two feet of snow fell, covering any possible footprints around it.
On Dec. 20/21st, 2020 it was reported on by local news, and confirmed existing at that point by wcax news. However once it had captivated local attention, it confirmed disappeared by the 23rd, and reported disappeared by the 24th. Peter Borden investigated reports that the monolith had been taken away. He found only the base of the structure, sand and footprints.
This monolith was reported to the media from Tečovice, near Zlín, Czechia. This one is being monitored for authentication. If you have any new information, please send in edits to this page.
After the one of Baron Longo, Egna, a new monolith appeared in Trentino. The object was spotted by a woman from Vigolo Vattaro who sent the photo to a local journal (Il Dolomiti)
Local photographer Matt Lazzarotto and his wife found this monolith on a hillside while hiking in the Bachelor Heights. The sight of this one is pretty stunning, with it perched on a cliff covered in snow overlooking a wide valley.
It has happened again! This time in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. A mysterious metal monolith has appeared at the Farm Campground & Events. The strange metal structure, measuring 10 feet-tall, showed up in the "nest area" of the campground. The nest is a "sacred meditation area" of the campground and the area is often used for the opening ceremonies of music festivals. The Farm plays host every year to the Spaceberry Music Festival, where many attendants dress up as aliens, as well as the annual UFO Conference, thus the classification of Questionable.
In Bald Rock, South Carolina, a new monolith was discovered. Calvin Bowman said on Sunday around noon, he was hiking with some friends along Bald Rock when they came across a monolith.
According to Greg Lucas with DNR, they do not believe it was the same kind of monolith seen in other places but a copycat version.
Lucas said when a DNR employee found the "monolith" on Monday morning, it appeared to be already half blown over because of its flimsy construction. It seemed to be made of three pieces of tin nailed to a post.
DNR removed the structure on Monday.
A large metal monolith could be seen in Lethbridge Sunday, December 13. A monolith is a single large block made in the style of an obelisk or a geometric slab. By Monday morning, it had vanished. It could be seen by pedestrians and motorists on the north side of Whoop-Up Drive, east of the Oldman River and just down the hill from the Galt Museum. The City of Lethbridge told Lethbridge News Now they did not set up the metal monolith.
The metal monolith, planted firmly in the ground with no clear sign of where it came from or why it was there, has been found in a small village northeast of Iran’s capital Tehran.
After the discovery and swift disappearance of the mysterious shining metal monoliths in many places in the world, the new towering structure has popped up at the top of a valley in Niknam-Deh, a small village north of Jajrud, around 15 kilometres east of Tehran.
The new monolith is erected between the mountainside and a ravine, according to a reporter of Asr-e Iran news website. The shiny metal structure in the village is around three metres in height. The reporter says letters ‘N’ and ‘S’ have been inscribed on the metal object, showing directions to north and south. Local officials have not provided any explanation for the appearance of the new monolith in the area.
A monolith has appeared in Ružomberok. It is located in the city center near a small Tesco on a square pedestal made of artificial grass.
Another Austrian monolith has been found in a field near Peuerbach in Upper Austria. The land owner discovered the 3.1 meter high, metallic monolith on December 14 and supposedly removed the monolith.
In the small town of Hessigheim, with 2474 inhabitants, a monolith appeared. Located on private property in proximity to the Hessigheim rock gardens.