Driver Photographed Mysterious “Monolith” Hovering In Sky Right Above Pacific Northwest U.S.

In recent weeks, the development of enigmatic monoliths in Utah, Romania, and California’s central coast has captivated the curiosity of internet users, with some intrigued by the mystery they may represent and others believing that they may be a harbinger of a worsening of fortunes in 2020.

We anticipate that this will be the case now that a “monolith” has been seen in the heavens itself.

While driving home from work in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, a plumber named Jeff Jacobs captured some incredible photographs of what seems to be a “monolith in the sky.”

The source of the peculiar phenomena, which resembles a shadow cast against a beautiful sunset, is unknown, but your idea is as good as ours.

Jacobs took the stunning shots for his wife Rena, but the 56-year-old driver had no clue the photos would spark a new round of internet conjecture.

According to Metro, Jacobs claimed, “All of a sudden this rectangle appeared.” “It was only visible in the sky for a few seconds.” It wasn’t there at first, then it was, and then it vanished as fast as it appeared. That fast!”

“All I could think was, ‘What the heck is that?'” “I’m just a north Idaho kid, and things like that don’t happen here.”

Since the photographs were released, some have theorized that there may be a link to the iconic Utah monolith, which was erected 800 miles away from Idaho by unknown parties.

“A few of people have mentioned it may be the Utah monolith, and it is that form,” Jacobs said. “In the big scheme of things, Utah and Idaho aren’t that far apart; the two states are linked.”

The Idaho “sky monolith” arose only a few days after the Utah monolith vanished.

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