Gingerbread Monolith Mysteriously Emerges On San Francisco Hilltop On Christmas Day

Posted by Abdul Rafay in Bizarre On 28th December 2020
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Well, this is not happening the first time as the Monolith had been discovered previously in other countries too. But it is a bit different as it is found on Christmas day and people are surprised? On Christmas Day on a San Francisco hilltop, a nearly 7-foot-tall monolith made of gingerbread mysteriously emerged and crashed the next day. Holding together by icing and adorned with a few gumdrops, the three-sided tower fascinated the town on Friday as word spread about its presence.

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The gingerbread monolith was first found by Ananda Sharma, an app maker

The delicious structure is filled with icing and gumdrops that emerge unexpectedly in San Francisco's Corona Heights Park. The gingerbread monolith was first found by Ananda Sharma, an app maker, who noticed it during his morning jog. Posting a picture to Twitter, he said: ‘Ok who did the gingerbread monolith?’

Credit: Utah Bureau of Land Management
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As per General Manager, We all deserve a little bit of magic right now

Sharma told KQED that, before he saw it, he smelled the monolith:' It made me smile. Who did it, I wonder, and when did they put it there? 'Said he.

City officials have embraced the monolith, with the Park Department claiming it will not be taken down any time soon.

‘We all deserve a little bit of magic right now,’ general manager Phil Ginsburg told KQED.

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A large number of people visited to see the monolith

‘Looks like a great spot to get baked, we will leave it up until the cookie crumbles,’ he added.

It has already had its significant number of visitors since reports of the monolith broke, and no one has yet come forth to demand it.

One tweeted: ‘The gingerbread monolith is real. So real that I even watched someone lick it. And then I proceeded to say a prayer for them. On that note, merry monolith!’

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The new find pays tribute to the famed monolith of Utah

The new find pays tribute to the famed monolith of Utah, with thousands occurring worldwide since it first emerged in the Red Rock desert of the state. It was observed by a helicopter monitoring bighorn sheep on November 18.

The crew confirmed discovering the 12-foot metal object 'mounted in a remote region of red rock' on the ground, with no note or sign to show who positioned it there.

The State Bureau of Land Management declared just over a week after it occurred that the monolith had mysteriously vanished.

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In nations such as the US, UK, Germany, Spain, and Poland, more than 70 monoliths have emerged around the globe

Since then, in nations such as the US, UK, Germany, Spain, and Poland, more than 70 monoliths have emerged around the globe. One of the only exceptions that have not been made from a silver alloy is the gingerbread monolith. Beachgoers uncovered an eight-foot-tall mirrored monolith on the Isle of Wight on December 6.

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An artist named Tom Dunford, who revealed that he had built the monolith as a gesture to those around the world

An artist named Tom Dunford, who revealed that he had built the monolith as a gesture to those around the world, later admitted this. The day after, in Colombia, and even more remarkable structure was found, this time a gold monolith.

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