Toronto: New mysterious monolith discovered in Canada

Toronto: New mysterious monolith discovered in Canada

A mysterious metal pole, found in a desert area of ​​the United States and other locations around the world, has now been discovered in the city of Toronto, Canada. The apparently hollow, several-meter-high monolith appeared on the outskirts of Toronto on Thursday, It has been said in Canadian media.

Many residents wanted to take a look at the column on Thursday and Friday. Others were concerned that a large crowd of curious visitors might encourage further spread of coronovirus. The Canadian government called for the population to stay home.

On Friday morning, the earlier bright pillar was painted red. Several people allegedly tried to remove the paint from the object.

Similar columns were recently discovered in the cities of Vancouver and Winnipeg, Canada. Monoliths have previously appeared in Poland, Romania and the Netherlands. Stell was found in the Tunas community of Salzbach in southern Hesse in Germany and near Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria. So far, no one has claimed to erect these pillars.

The discovery of the first such monolith in late November in the US state of Utah led to wild and not always serious speculation on the Internet. Because the metal pillar was reminiscent of the monolith from Stanley Kubrick’s film “2001: A Space Odyssey”, fans of science fiction films said the metal column was the work of aliens.

Icon: Mirror

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