Alejandro Rojas and Martin Willis, UFO Updates, guest Paul Carr, is back after several years discussing his personal UFO sightings, what is new with Aerial Phenomenon Investigations, the UFO community and more.
BIO: The perfect storm of being born a Sputnik baby, a low curiosity threshold, and a high threshold for social disapproval, Paul Carr has had a lifelong fascination with the exploration of outer space and all things unexplained. He went to high school in northeast Texas, and after earning a B.S. in physics at Iowa State, became a spacecraft systems engineer - a career that now spans 38 years and many different space missions. While working at the Applied Physics Lab in Maryland, he earned an M.S. in applied physics from Johns Hopkins University.In 2011, Paul was recruited to join the Aerial Phenomenon Investigations team, introducing him the world of field investigation of anomalous aerial phenomena - a topic he’d found fascinating since the 1960s. In 2017, he took over as director of the independent organization that continues to investigate reports worldwide. He lives in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. with his wife, two teenagers, and an unjustifiably large number of pets. His preferences include: hoppy ales, Shure microphones, music by dead people you’ve never heard of, Terry Pratchett’s novels, and interchangeable lenses. Although very large, he remains mostly harmless, and his children know it.