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Tom Dunford, 29, was out walking the dog with his fiancee and sister at 7.30am on Sunday when he saw the mysterious mirrored object ahead of them on the island's Compton Beach.
He told Sky News: "We went down the steps and to the right about 100 yards in front us we saw this big reflection of the sun.
"I knew about all the monolith stories recently, so I recognised it straight away."
time to start plotting the coordinates to discover where they're going to land.
originally posted by: Silcone Synapse
I was also wondering if anyone is mapping out the locations of these-Because theres always the chance they are by the same person or a group who are laying out a puzzle of some kind.
Maybe the lat/long values have been chosen to be used in a code of some kind?
It could be a treasure map left by some rich eccentric type.
I am hoping its something like that rather than some viral marketing campaign.
It’s still shiny silver and still quite reminiscent of a John McCracken sculpture. McCracken was a skilled minimalist artist who died in 2011, according to The New York Times. The artist’s son told The Times his father had talked about creating art meant for remote places before his death. The theory is inconclusive, but the David Zwirner gallery, which has hosted McCracken’s work for decades, says it’s indeed a McCracken piece.