Paul Dale Roberts was born in Fresno, California. He drifted from
city to city in California. Everywhere from Palm Springs, Lake Tahoe,
Anaheim, Monterey, Visalia, Stockton, Sacramento, Elk Grove, Carmichael,
Citrus Heights, San Bruno. Paul was always the 'new kid on the block.'
He moved around a lot because his father was a tax investigator. Some
places of course, he moved on his own, such as Lake Tahoe where he
was a professional dancer for Jeff Kutache's Dancing Machine and lived
in a cabin with all of the dancers. In fact Jeff Kutache's Dancing
Machine was the first number for Cher, when she went solo and appeared
at Harrah's Tahoe. Paul was a movie extra in movies like Rollerboogie
and Skatetown USA. He auditioned for the Gong Show and American Bandstand.
At one time he took his dancing career seriously. Then Paul moved
onto other things, like joining the Army for 12 years, working with
the Drug Suppression Team (CID) in Germany as an undercover narcotics
agent, then joining Military Intelligence as an Intelligence Analyst
and finally joining OPFOR (Opposing Forces) and wore a Soviet uniform,
ski mask, black gloves and pretended to be a Soviet defector named
Corporal Dowbowski, using a fake Russian accent, teaching elite troops
the Soviet Threat and the W.E.F.T. (Wings, Engine, Fuselage, Tailsection)
in regard to killing Soviet aircraft and using a variety of Soviet
made weapons. For a time Paul dabbled in private investigation work.
He wasn't too successful being a Private Investigator and decided
to try his hand promoting aspiring artists and writers in animation
and comic books. Paul leaves the private investigation work with his
retired CHP cousin Robert Crain, his website can be found at:
He published his first comic book The Legendary Dark Silhouette
(which is now a movie in production. It will be produced by Howard
Nash - Howard Nash is a well-established New York Independent movie
producer with many credits under his belt). The movie deal is all
over his website at www.jazmaonline.com. Paul is 52 years old and
has traveled around the world visiting exotic places such at Bangkok
- Thailand, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, Moscow, Russia, Papeete and Morea,
Tahiti. Paul has traveled to about 48 countries and territories! Paul
has a 19 year old son named Jason that lives in Texas. His son is
a newspaper photographer and the supervisor for the newspaper's ad
section. Paul has two wonderful dogs. Pika, a Jack Russell Terrier
and T-Rex a big black Chow with a big black tongue. Paul has taken
lessons on flying a helicopter and a Cessna airplane and to this day,
he still hasn't received his pilot's license. Paul also dabbled with
skydiving and it scared him more than any ghost! Paul will never,
ever jump out of a moving plane! Before Paul was a ghostwriter for
HPI, he is known in the comic book community as a comic book journalist/critic.
He has many quotes published in various comic books. Paul also writes
travel articles and ever once in a while Paul will get a hair up his
you-know-what and write a political article. He does try to avoid
political commentaries, but sometimes he can't help it. Paul joined
H.P.I. (Haunted and Paranormal Investigations) of Northern California
and has always been interested in the paranormal. Paul will always
remember the day he approached Shannon
McCabe, President of HPI and said..."Shannon,
hi my name is Paul, I'm a freelance journalist, I would like to write
about this investigation." It's been a strong bonding between
Shannon and Paul ever since! Paul was born with adventure in his blood
and has done everything from fire fighting with the California Division
of Forestry, worked disasters like the Northridge Earthquake with
the Governor's Office of Emergency Services and everything else mentioned
in the beginning of this bio! Paul also comes from a law enforcement
family that includes 3 retired CHPs, one retired Oakland policeman
and other assorted law enforcement family members. Paul has been on
the world wide Canadian radio station called X-Zone and was a guest.
Paul discussed his time with Military Intelligence and what he knew
that the government knew in regard to UFOs. Paul has written many
UFO related articles and has been published several times in UFO magazine.
Paul says....."that it's hard to investigate UFOs and ghosts
are easier to find". Paul's favorite quote is "Carpe Diem"
which means 'Seize the day!"