December 2 Recently, a mysterious metal boulder appeared in Utah, USA, 3.6 meters high, of unknown origin, but suddenly disappeared in just nine days, causing heated discussion in public opinion. On December 1, the New York Times published an article saying that someone took pictures of the disappearance of the boulder and made public photos of the scene.
On the evening of November 27, local time, 34-year-old photographer Ross Bernard came to Utah to shoot metal boulders, but accidentally witnessed the demolition of the boulders.
He said that at 8:40 p.m., four unidentified men came to the scene. After pushing the boulder hard, they continued to push from the opposite side. Finally, the boulder fell to the ground and gave a “bang”. The man took the boulder apart and loaded it on a unicycle to take it away.
One said, “That’s why you don’t leave the garbage in the desert”, and another person directs, “Don’t leave traces.”
Bernard’s friend, Newlands, 38, secretly took several photos with his mobile phone. The photo shows that four men are wearing gloves but not wearing masks. The boulder is a hollow structure made of plywood. Newlands said that it took 10 to 15 minutes for the wave to pull the boulder out, as if it were taking a mission. Overseas Network Liu Qiang)