Dobby from Harry Potter spotted outside woman’s home

  • Dobby from Harry Potter spotted outside woman’s home

Dobby from Harry Potter spotted outside woman’s home

Vivian Gomez, from the United States, says she was checking the security cameras that monitor her driveway when she spotted the creature, The Sun reports. "The other two cameras didn't pick it up for some reason".

The video has spread far and wide as it has amassed over 5.5 million views on Facebook, over 100,000 shares and has spread across other social media websites as well.

There have been a lot of unusual things captured by security cameras.

In a series of comments on the video, Gomez claims the footage is completely undoctored, and maintains she has no idea what she saw.

The clip shows what appears to be a small figure with skinny legs and large ears walking along the path in front of her house, doing a little jig. Dobby ultimately sacrificed his own life to save Harry and his friends in Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows. This has to be a gag video!

Harry Potter fans couldn't help but notice the weird video and they joked about what the "creature" could possibly be.

"Does your son sleepwalk", asked one commenter on Facebook.

Gomez was quick to dismiss the accusation as she denied making any adjustment to the video.

Another Twitter user wrote: 'idk why but the way movin his arms about halfway thru this vid is so wholesome like he look so excited to be out in the world'.

What do you think is happening in this video?

"Good to see that #dobby is alive and thriving", said one Twitter user.

Video gamer Ninja pointed out how there was a second shadow visible at the start of the clip.

It didn't take long before the video went viral and everyone had something to say about Dobby being caught walking around and apparating away on Muggle footage.

"Their house elf must be sleepwalking", one wrote.

No matter if it is a little kid, Jake the alien or Dobby in the video, there is one thing that is for certain - content such as this can not be stopped from traveling the web in a flash.