Kyle J. Pantermoller is a creative writer, songwriter, and scientific researcher currently residing in Southern Georgia.
Kyle is a student member of the Parapsychological Association (PA) and the founding member of the North American Institute of Parapsychology (NAIP). Since March 2014, the NAIP has initiated research in the areas of psychokinesis, intuition, clairvoyance, telepathy, and limited dream studies, with primary emphases on public perception and conformity. In addition, the NAIP maintains an active interest in providing expert testimony and forensic support to local, state, and federal law enforcement and government agencies.
His educational background includes an Associate of Science degree in Justice Studies at the University of Maine (2007), and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a Minor in Social Psychology at Park University, Missouri (Summer 2015). After completion of his current program, Kyle will continue his education by enrolling in a Master’s program in a closely related field of study.
Furthermore, Kyle is both a writing and publishing member of ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Since 2006, Kyle has moderated an online songwriting community where he devotes much of his time to helping new songwriters improve their work and progress to writing commercially viable lyrics for their music. In Spring 2013, Kyle launched Urban Coast Media Group (UCMG), a venture that allows creative writers and songwriters to create, publish, market and receive royalty payments for their works. Other interests include; traveling, reading, and running.
Lastly, Kyle is a second-term Staff Sergeant in the United States Air Force working as an Airfield Operations Training Manager. He entered the military in 2008 and has previously resided in Maine and North Dakota.