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Arizona man records UFO video on his GoPro

While filming his dog shake off water in HD, an Arizona man believes he caught a UFO as well. The YouTube site is owned by Dano Grayson, and he has a lot of beautiful HD videos from around the Arizona area. In this video his camera appears to be on the ground, his dog comes walking up from a river and shakes himself off.  At normal speed there doesn’t appear to be anything out of he ordinary. However, when he slows down the video, you can see a small object shoot out of the corner of the screen and zoom across the sky. In some of the comments people have suggested it is a bird, bug, jet, or a hoax. Take a look and decide for yourself.

To help demonstrate that he is genuine and not a hoaxster, Grayson posted a video today showing how he extracted the clip from his raw GoPro footage.

I would also argue that this sort of video does not fit the hoaxing profile. By looking at his other uploads you can see that he is often taking videos of Arizona landscape. I might add he does a great job of it. This video fits along those same lines. With a hoax, often the other uploaded videos are sketchy UFO videos, or the hoax video is the first and only one to be uploaded by an anonymous person. While the video may be of something mundane, like a bug, bird or jet, it does not fit the profile of a hoax.

Either way, he has a lot of beautiful videos, and I love watching his dog, Tequila, shake off the water in slow motion.

About Alejandro Rojas

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Alejandro Rojas is a radio host for Open Minds Radio, editor and contributing writer for Open Minds magazine as well as OpenMinds.tv. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating phenomena up close and personal. Alejandro has been interviewed by media organizations around the world, including the largest cable and network news agencies with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM.

20 comments

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    I find it strange that the object never seems to fly past the dogs head, when the trajectory should clearly lead it in that direction.

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    Michael M Clarke

    As a former Agent and detective for the last 30 years, I am as skeptical as they come. This is interesting and I would love to know all the usual; relative distances etc… It is interesting to note that the UFO bears a resemblance to a typical military fighter aircraft. However, it can be seen in the video that the craft does not fly in a straight line, but makes a turn in the first frames. This would be impossible at the apparent speeds of flight. Worth looking at closely.

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    Which UFO is it? The one that appears near the top of the sky (0:46 seconds) and moves to the right? or the one that appears at the bottom of the sky (0:56 seconds) and moves up?

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    Could be something flung off Tequila as the dog shook itself dry. There’s a lot of motion with tail, ears, collar, tags, fur all flying in different directions, throwing off water and whatever airborne particles momentarily catch the light.

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    DOG DRIBBLE!!

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    you could argue that one thing is the cursor and the other is something else that you just cant say what it really is. Its too obscure.

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    The object passes in front of the mountain on the right and appears after the dog is already in the foreground and shedding some water. So my guess is that it’s a tiny water droplet thrown in an arc very close to the lens. The GoPro has huge depth of field, so even tiny objects close to the lens remain in focus. I’ve seen bona-fide UFOS myself, so I’m not a debunker. But in this case my guess is that we’re looking at a water droplet.

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    Looks like a valid image shooting up, not down or out. It also briefly resembles a triangular shape.

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    Alejandro to my eyes at least clip speed 5% makes it looks like a triangular stealth jet banking.

    At 0.65% though there’s much more expansion and contraction of various parts of the form suggesting to me it’s either some form or morphing technology or something like a moth in flight.

    Love the camerawork though the angle the lighting the setting even Tequila performs like a world class Disney live action star.

    Technology only goes so far though and this guy’s clearly got the eyes and instincts of a talented artist.

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    If the dog wasn’t there spraying water drops and stuff in all directions I would find this interesting, now it’s clearly coming from the dog… It’s certainly a UFO, as in unidentified flying object, though not alien…

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    Sigh. Its an insect flying by. Those HD cameras can pick up a lot of detail.
    Disclaimer: I do believe in UFO’s .

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    Looked like a bird

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    This is just an optical illusion. The object is a water droplet that that goes over the camera. The angle makes it appear as though it is far away when, in fact, it is not. It’s all about the head shaking and the angle that changes. The droplet seems to take an odd angle, but anyone who has a dog knows they shake from nose to tail and change speeds. These angle changes account for the droplet trajectory. If you watch it enough and not think “anomalous” then you will see it. “When you hear hooves, think horses, not zebras”.

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    Thabks everyone for the input, I’m still uncertain to what it was but am open to the bug suggestion. I also wish to get the origina file to someone who may be able to prove it’s validity. I shoot photos in the amazon rainforest and do a little bit of filming as well however editing is still very new to me. also please note I do believe in life somewhere in outer space, maybe even within the Milky Way . I have personally witnessed new species being discovered in the rainforest so i can attest to there being unkowns on out planet however I remain skeptical to the idea of intelligent life traveling such distances and attempting to remain so hidden. any more input is greatly appreciated.

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    Not a water droplet, that’s for sure. It changes size and trajectory mid-air which water can’t do. At 5% it really looks like a delta winged aircraft. Damn. The MIC has won. If they have technology like that there’s nothing to stop them from being the ruling class for the next 1000 years.

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    lol at those claiming it’s something off the dog as if that would be moving towards the animal. A bird? Maybe although I haven’t heard of any bird that could move near that speed. Which is for me the main consideration. Even accounting for distance distortion, I can’t think of anything that would move with that speed. It could be a camera produced defect . So far it remains a UFO.

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    Need to capture stills and blow them up to a size that eliminates things like bird wings etc. I see something that might be bird wings, but have to work on images to know for sure.

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    it cant be seen at full speed but only by slowing the film down, that seem strange to me why would you slow it down in the first place

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    It looks suspiciously similar to the B-2 or stealth bomber. If you take into consideration the fact that Mesa is close to the Yuma proving grounds it would seem that the logical explanation is an armed forces prototype. When I lived in La Paz County, AZ I saw several different flying objects all of which could be described as the image in the video. Maybe it’s a UFO or more likely it’s a YTBIFO.(yet to be identified flying object)

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    i agree with the 1st comment, very strange that it disappears behind the dogs head, we should see it briefly again before its out of frame

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