In the past 24 hours, a Reddit post appeared with latitude/longitude information of the exact location of the tall, silver monolith that was recently found by Utah state wildlife and public safety officers on November 18, 2020, when they were counting bighorn sheep in the rugged, reddish rocks of southern Utah.  The Reddit user, Tim Slane, who posted the coordinates, said he found them by tracking the UtahDPS helicopter until it went off radar. Slane concluded the helicopter had landed and posted the location at Reddit.

Now, a 33-year-old former U. S. Army infantry officer, who saw the new Reddit location information, also found aerial map comparisons of the lat/long one year apart from August 2015 when there was NO monolith — to October 2016 when there WAS the monolith.

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