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Another mysterious monolith appears in recreation area, this time in Cedar City

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Hikers and UTV riders visit the site of a metal sculpture in Three Peaks Recreation Area, Iron County, Utah, April 3, 2021 (Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News / Cedar City News)

First Monticello, then Romania, California, and now in Iron County. Once again, a mysterious metal monolith has materialized in Utah.

Acting on a reader’s tip, St. George News / Cedar City News set out Saturday afternoon to locate and document the large metal sculpture within the Three Peaks Recreation Area.

The reader’s photo depicted a person standing next to a steel panel jutting upward, with an outcropping of rock visible in the background – giving it an appearance similar to the one discovered in southeastern Utah last November.

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That piece of metalwork, whose creator/installer remains unknown, attracted national attention and eventually brought hordes of people to the remote site in San Juan County like moths to a flame, until it was dismantled and stealthily removed by a disgruntled group of four men less than a week later, St. George News reported.

Click here to read the entire story from St. George News. All photos are courtesy of St. George News / Cedar City News.

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