Aquamarine Dreams: Ralph Ring and Otis T Carr
Las Vegas, August 2006
Ralph Ring is a brilliant innovative technician who as a young man in the late 1950s and early 1960s worked closely with Otis T. Carr. With the aid of his small team, Carr, who was himself a protegé of the great inventor Nikola Tesla, built a number of flying disks, which worked…. prior to their experimentation being forcibly terminated by government agents.
In a dramatic experiment, Ring co-piloted a 45 foot disk a distance of ten miles, arriving at their destination instantaneously. Ring, now aged 71, tells his story to Project Camelot — the first time it has been reported.
See the Ralph Ring page on Project Camelot…
…for a full description of Ralph’s work, including photographs, blueprints, and rare archived audio of Otis Carr interviewed by Long John Nebel, the Art Bell of his day.
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