Southwest Airlines recently said it knows the location of the missing Utah monolith — with a corny joke.
Southwest Airlines shared a tweet that joked about the mysterious Utah monolith, which was spotted in Utah about a week ago before it disappeared.
- The airline tweeted a photo of the monolith with numbers photoshopped onto it, suggesting the monolith is a sign at an airport gate.
- The airline said: “Sorry y’all, we needed it back.”
The search is on for the monolith
People across the world are wondering what happened to the mysterious monolith, which was likely an art project rather than an alien object. The New York Times reports the Utah monolith was dismantled by four men.
- “In a year full of chaos, the sudden appearance and disappearance of the monolith has proved quite a distraction amidst the 2020 news cycle. Naturally, as curators of the odd, unusual and unknown, we’re on the hunt for the missing extraterrestrial artwork. Who placed this shining beacon in the Utah desert? Who took it away? Where is it now?”