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Biography of Carl Feindt
My interest in water-related UFOs was preceded by my fascination with aircraft. As a boy, I carved balsa replicas of flying machines and in my teens flew model aircraft. I followed my passion and became a cadet in the Civil Air Patrol. After graduating from high school, I went on to study aircraft engineering at the Academy of Aeronautics in New York City (off La Guardia Airport's runway). Following two years of service in the Air Force, I was forced to return to civilian life due to a family hardship. I joined a major airline where I worked in customer service for over three decades.
Upon retirement I was interested in becoming active in ufology (the study of UFOs), about which I had been reading since the early 1960s. A wonderful opportunity presented itself when Jan Aldrich, a UFO researcher, asked for volunteers to do local newspaper searches. Over the course of eight years, I studied microfilm rolls at the University of Delaware, exhaustively covering the years between 1923 and 1967. To my amazement, I found approximately 750 UFO-related articles in Delaware, the second-smallest state in the United States!
Intrigued by the fact that aircraft, as we know them, cannot emerge from water or submerge into water, I started assembling water-related UFO cases. My research endeavor into this aspect of the UFO mystery has grown into an increasingly large data base and website.
I have appeared on TV's History Channel documentaries "Deep-Sea UFO's" and "Deep-Sea UFO's Red Alert" I presented my paper "Physical Influences of a UFO on Water" at the Mutual UFOs: Network (MUFON) Symposium in Denver, Colorado. I have been a guest on numerous radio talk shows nationally and continue to give lectures across the Untited States and Canada. I am also the author of the book UFOs and Water was published in 2010.