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UFOs photographed cruising over the desert

An Open Minds reader sent us a few pictures her mother took of UFOs seemingly cruising over the desert somewhere between Oklahoma and Arizona.

Shemika Brown sent us these images, and says they were captured by her mother. Brown’s mother was traveling from Oklahoma to visit Brown in Arizona. After previewing the pictures she took of the mountains from her car, Brown’s mother spotted these odd objects. She thought they were planes. However, Brown took a closer look and saw they looked more circular.

Here is what she wrote us:

I have three pictures and in these pictures I believe there are three UFOs in them. My mother was driving to Arizona from Oklahoma to visit me. When she  arrived that night she showed me all the pictures she had taken while in the mountains. That’s when she discovered the three objects in the picture. My mother thought that it might have been planes. So I began to look at the pictures and it was clear to me that these were in fact not airplanes! Airplane don’t fly together like that! I proceeded to further investigate the picture. I zoomed in on the photo and wow! I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. Each object was circular like a disk, and had lights on the front. I’m sending you these pictures. To help us understand what the objects are. Thank you!

Brown sent the pictures to us to help her figure out what might be in the pictures. In a couple of the images there is glare from inside the vehicle reflecting on the window. However, this doesn’t seem to be the case in the first picture.

First UFO image. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

First UFO photo. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

First UFO image close-up. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

First UFO photo close-up. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Second UFO photo. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Second UFO photo. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Second UFO photo close-up. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Second UFO photo close-up. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Third UFO photo. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Third UFO photo. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Third UFO photo close-up. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

Third UFO photo close-up. (Credit: Shemika Brown)

There appears to be three objects in each of the pictures. We were not quite sure if these were reflections or not, so we asked Brown if it was OK to post the pictures to get your opinion. She was cool with that, so let us know what you think.

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.

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    Totally looks like the reflection of car headlights in the distance. Sorry I have seen this before as a passenger – thinking ‘that would so make a neat UFO photo’ myself. lol

    Think that happens as the car rounds a curve or bend in the road and reflects at an angle from the inside front to side. You can also make out a second set nearly identical to the first just a bit higher up, but lighter, showing a secondary bounce of the same pair.

    I work in film and one of the things I do when scrubbing the footage is look for reflections of crew and gear in glass and shiny objects to try and indentify the source.

    Though I believe in EBE’s and know there are some great shots of ufo’s, I am really sceptical about images – they can usually always be explained.

    just my two cents worth…

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