ABOUT The PODCAST
Lore is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed podcast about true life scary stories. Our fears have roots. Lore exposes the darker side of history, exploring the creatures, people, and places of our wildest nightmares.
Because sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction.
Each episode examines a new dark tale from history in a style similar to a campfire experience. With over 5,500 5-star reviews on iTunes and over 5-million average monthly listens, that's clearly a good thing.
New episodes are released every two weeks, on Mondays.
ABOUT THE Television SHOW
Yes, Lore is on its way to the small screen! While the process began just 6 months after Lore was launched, the news didn't go public until April 2016. Aaron is working with two powerhouse companies to make it happen: Propogate Content (with former NatGeo head Howard T. Owens and former NBC head Ben Silverman), and Valhalla Entertainment, the producer behind The Walking Dead.
In October of 2016 it was announced that the series has been picked up by Amazon Studios, and a full season has been ordered. Also revealed, Glen Morgan (legendary X-Files writer and producer) has joined the team as showrunner. The expected premiere is sometime mid-2017.
ABOUT THE BOOK SERIES
In March of 2017, it was revealed that Aaron would be bringing Lore to the printed page. In a major deal with Del Rey Books (Penguin Random House), the wheels have been set in motion for The World of Lore book series.
Great stories shine in any medium, and adapting the podcast to the book format is an exciting opportunity. Expect the same beauty, attention to detail, and thrilling experience you've come to expect from Lore.
ABOUT Aaron Mahnke
Aaron is the writer, host, and producer of Lore, as well as the author of a number of supernatural thrillers. Aaron has a deep love of the mysterious and frightening that began with Unsolved Mysteries and The X-Files — a love that continues to this day. Basically, he's a nerd for anything unexplainable or supernatural.
Aaron lives with his family in the historic Boston area, in the very heart of Lovecraft Country and the epicenter of the Salem witch trials. You can follow him on Twitter, and learn more about him on his website.