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Lower Manhattan ‘monolith’ sighting

Tribeca photographer Milo Hess spotted a mysterious “monolith” — origin unknown — on the corner of Greenwich and Franklin Sts. Sunday morning.

A group of “stunt artists” going by the name The Most Famous Artist recently took credit for unexplained 9-foot tall monoliths that suddenly appeared in different spots around the globe, in Utah, California and Romania.

Could there be a connection?

At first there was speculation the vertical objects were linked to aliens — or maybe just some marketing campaign.

Hey, maybe the Lower Manhattan mini-monolith is worth something!

According to the New York Post, the stunt artists are now offering to make more of the quirky curios — at $45,000 a pop.

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