Feindts interest in water-related UFOs was preceded
by his fascination with aircraft. As a boy, he carved balsa
replicas of flying machines and in his teens, flew model
aircraft. Carl followed his passion and became
a cadet in the Civil Air Patrol. After graduating
from high school, he went on to
study aircraft engineering at the Academy of Aeronautics
in New York City (off La Guardia Airports runway).
Following two years of service in the Air Force, Carl was
forced to return to civilian life due to a family hardship.
He joined a major airline where he worked in customer service
for over three decades.
retirement, Carl was interested in becoming active in
Ufology (the study
of UFOs), about which he 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,
he studied microfilm rolls at the University of Delaware,
exhaustively covering the years between 1923 and 1967.
To Carls amazement, he
found approximately 750 UFO-related articles
in Delaware, the second-smallest state in the United States!
by the fact that aircraft,
as we know them,
cannot emerge from water or submerge into water,
Carl started assembling water-related
UFO cases. His research endeavor into this
aspect of the UFO mystery has grown into an increasingly
large data base and website.