The first obelisk-like object was discovered in the American state of Utah earlier this 12 months. Since then, related works have been found in about thirty completely different locations around the globe, together with Australia, Sweden, the UK, Spain, and Poland. They seem in odd and sometimes distant locations, with many later disappearing with no hint inside just a few days.
Yet one other mysterious monolith has appeared out of nowhere, this time – on a hill in San Francisco, California, proper on Christmas Day. The 7-foot tall development was found on the Corona Heights Park in the town’s Castro and Corona Heights neighbourhoods, radio station KQED reported.
Unlike different monoliths, made of shiny metallic and engraved with some unusual coordinates, this one represents Christmas spirit, as it’s made of gingerbread. The uncommon discover seems to have been created in a lot the identical manner that gingerbread homes are, with the icing used as glue to carry its panels collectively.