Paul was born in Cape Girardeau’s Southeast Hospital, raised in town, and educated by the Cape public school system. He was a four-year Mass Communications Major with an English Minor at Southeast Missouri State University. Paul’s grandfather, Randolph P. Smith, was a 50-year-practice attorney in Cape, and was also a judge, plus the town’s City Attorney for ten years. Paul’s father was his grandfather’s paralegal assistant, having been educated in Cape, at SEMO, and at Washington University Law School. Paul’s mother was a longtime school teacher in nearby Scott County, where some feel the 1941 UFO crash occurred, just outside of Cape’s city and county borders. Today, Paul lives and works in western Missouri, working on other books and movie screenplays.
Greg Lawson is a 10 year military veteran and is a career law enforcement officer who is currently a detective in Central Texas. His expansive and diverse background along with his academics studies leads to his interdisciplinary perspective on education, training, and human interaction.
The Reverend John Marcus Polk was born in 1969 in Raleigh, North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting, and another Bachelor of Arts Degree in Metaphysics from the University of Sedona. This university granted john the title of International Metaphysical Minister after his studies were complete. Rev. Polk is also a Reiki Master, and an instructor in Usui Reiki. He is the founder of Wolf Spirit Ministries, LLC. In addition to all of this, Rev. Polk was gifted with the ability to be a channel and a medium. In his book, “Yahweh, The Biblical God, is an Alien” Polk adds his insights into Ancient Alien Theory as a theologian, in the area of exospirituality and how we humans should value our own human experience over what we are told is reality.
Dr. Frank Thayer is a professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications at New Mexico State University. He is a New Mexico native from Grant County whose three degrees are al form NMSU. He has worked in New Mexico and in Canada as a reporter-photographer, editor, an advertising and public relations writer, as well as being a journalism educator in both countries. He has written three journalism textbooks and many published professional and scholarly articles. His current teaching concentration is in public opinion and propaganda, reporting, news writing, and editing.