- No footprints were visible in the area. Experts remain unsure how it showed up there.
Ook mysterieuze metalen monoliet opgedoken bij het Friese dorpje Oudehorne: https://t.co/DCiYj7BO4e— NU.nl (@NUnl) December 6, 2020
This one is different than the Utah monolith
The new monolith in the Netherlands is different than the Utah one. For example, the Netherlands monolith is not shiny. And it might have been there for some time since there had been ice formed around the structure, according to Newsweek.
What is it?
Hikers in the Netherlands suspect the monolith is a “New Year’s Eve stunt,” according to Friesland broadcaster Omrop Fryslan.
The monolith craze
This all began with the Utah monolith. The mysterious Utah monolith came almost out of nowhere when a team of biologists discovered it about two weeks ago, prompting a social media reaction from all over the world. Later, another mystery monolith appeared in Romania. Then, one showed up in California. A fourth one later showed up at the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom.