A light-hearted and scotch-fueled conversation/interview show featuring guests talking about the Paranormal & UFOs, Ancient History & Lost Civilizations, Popular & Ancient Cultures, Science, Technology, and Philosophy.

Hosted by 32nd degree Freemason Chris and his co-host Alex. Our mission is to bring the fringe to the light so the show’s listeners can “Learn Some Cool Sh*T” they may not have known otherwise. Or, gain fresh perspectives on subjects close to their hearts.

Ad-Free, Sponsor-free, and 100% listener supported. We’re kind of like the Joe Rogan Experience, but without the plugs for ONNIT or Alpha Brain.

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I’m a 32nd Degree Freemason, an award-winning Creative Director, Copywriter, and Public Speaker. As a long time listener of shows like Fade to Black, Coast to Coast, and the Joe Rogan Experience, I in fact had inspiration for starting The Den of Lore Show from Grimerica.

Darren and Graham have been amazing mentors from the start, and I couldn’t have gotten this far without their encouragement. I like ancient knowledge, symbolism, long walks on the beach, and the “occasional” glass of single malt Scotch. Not that blended crap – that’s barely whisky.

Seriously, what’s the point of blending Whisky?! – My editor is telling me I am getting off Track. Anyways, I sincerely hope you enjoy what we have in store for you in The Den of Lore.


I’m Alex, Chris’s right-hand-microphone, brother, and the actual official good looking co-host of the show (Sorry CoCo). I’m big on metaphysics, ancient secrets, sacred geometry, and economics.

My job is to ask the big hitting questions. The deep introspective questions. The questions that REALLY make people think.

I’m also here to make sure Chris doesn’t go completely off the rails every episode so we both get to our respective homes and to bed at a decent hour. Otherwise, without me there, every episode would be like 5 hours long. And, I’m pretty sure Chris would accidentally burn the studio down with his vape pen. He’s kind of special like that.

I share Chris’s love of Scotch, but keep things a bit more mellow in my enjoyment during episodes. I invite you to share a glass of Glenn in the Den with us and enjoy the show..


I’m the show’s official co-host. I’m an 11-year old female domestic short hair that has been Chris’s boss since we first met. I can routinely be found monitoring Chris’s work performance from the back of his char, or his lap. The website is as good as it is due to my constant micromanagement of this project.

I don’t say much on air, although you may hear me speak up with the occasional bump of the microphone or meow in agreement on a topic. My subjects of focus are chasing the red dot and catnip vintages.

I am pushing for Chris to immortalize me in a special plushy toy for our Denizens to take home for themselves, but we are a ways away from that happening. The manufacturers just can’t get the likeness right. Dare to dream they say.


My name’s Indy! I’m a 2 year old long-haired rescue from South-Eastern Ontario! I do the show’s subject and special guest research – which means I am a kitten that can’t respect personal space, and lying on keyboards or important documents is my pass-time. If the live broadcast cuts out unexpectedly, its probably my doing.

My knowledgable realms include bird catching, chewing on things, being absolutely-freakin-adorable, and finding inventive ways to sleep in strange places.

I’m never on air myself, but I have been known to hang out near the studio’s entrance, or on the control station during working hours. They’ve tried to lock me out of the studio when working, but I figured out how to open the door myself.

Denver Michaels

I’m Denver Michaels, an author with a passion for cryptozoology, the paranormal, lost civilizations—basically all things unexplained. I hope that you will enjoy my posts and check out my books.

My first book takes a look at the lake monster phenomenon in the United States and Canada. Piggybacking off the first book, my second work tackles water monster legends, sightings, and myths in South & Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Learn more about my second book.

In my third book, available April 3, 2017, I take a look at the Mountain State and ask: Why does West Virginia experience a disproportionate amount paranormal activity? 

If you would like to report a sighting, or for other correspondence please contact me.

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