Paul Crehan almost got an Academy Award-winning director shot, ruined a famous comedian’s car, cost a well-known production company a fortune when he hired a schizophrenic alcoholic, and ruined another director’s chances for selling a movie by making the stupidest but most consequential clerical error in all of TV history.
On the other hand, he got a former SS officer to admit on national television that of course the Nazis killed millions of Jews; lured a fugitive out of hiding when the FBI couldn’t; and helped a gang member turn his life around.
Adored by his dog, unknown to millions, friend to President* and King** alike, Paul Crehan is a television writer and producer who loves writing novels.
His first, “The Secret of Alpine Valley,” is the result of a lot of research he conducted while working on TV’s “Unsolved Mysteries” and “Proof Positive”.
That’s pretty much it. He hates zucchini. That may be worth mentioning.
* Burt Baxter, President of the local Mountaintops Club in Keokuk, Iowa
** Joe King, Paul’s dry cleaner