Michael John Lynch

Michael John Lynch, 62 years old, of Manchester, MO, passed away on April 23 after a heart
Michael was born on September 17 th , 1961 to William Albert and Dorothy Jean Lynch in Visalia
In 1987, Michael met Véronique Vallerie at a single’s retreat. After a beautiful wedding in
France in 1990, their union was blessed with children, Nicolas and Arielle.
Michael became fascinated by the unexplained and all interest of Parapsychology from a very
young age after he saw a UFO in the fields in front of the family home in Stockton, MO. While
having a degree in Interactive Multimedia, Dr. Lynch also obtained his Doctorate of Philosophy
with applied Science Degree in Parapsychology in 2000. Angels, aliens, big foot, fairies, UFOs,
USOs, Crop circles, conspiracy theories and many more were all in his expertise. Michael went
on to be known as an expert in his field as all his information was backed by scientific research.
Michael was a radio celebrity for over 25 years and was also requested on many TV shows for
his knowledge.
Michael was loved by all, but especially by his family. He was funny, original, very talkative,
and full of spirit. He was a great dad who was so proud of his children’s success and a great
husband to Véronique.
Michael was predeceased by his father William Albert Lynch. He is survived by his wife
Véronique Lynch and two children Nicolas Lynch and Arielle Lynch, by his mother Dorothy
Lynch, his sister Kathy Grover and her family, his brother William Lynch Jr. and his family.
A private viewing will be held in Saint Louis on May 1 st and a grave site service will be held in
Hartley’s cemetery in Fair Play, MO on May 26 th , 2024, at 2PM
We will all miss him very much.


  1. Gary Grover on April 29, 2024 at 1:43 pm

    Sorry for your loss. Michael was a good man who was very knowledgeable of the paranormal. I’ll miss him!

    Gary Grover

  2. Sarah Engle on April 29, 2024 at 4:02 pm

    My dad and Michael have been good friends for years. I am so sad to learn of Michael’s passing. He was and is such a fun, interesting, and warm person. He will be extremely missed.

    With love,
    -Sarah Engle

  3. Mike Wilkerson - ConspiracyAgents.Com on April 29, 2024 at 10:04 pm

    Few people left everyone they met in their lives with learning moments, but The Doc? He left me with VOLUMES of knowledge, questions and things that made me to “hmmmm” every time I met him. Whether it was for lunch, a podcast capture session, or just reconnecting to see what’s going on in our lives – Michael was a TRUE ORIGINAL – one-of-a-kind and I’m so honored to have been by his side as his Producer and Co-host in the Conspiracy Agents Podcast.

    His commitment to fostering people to think for themselves rings LOUDLY, and BOLDLY, just like he did when he walked into a room to deliver the information we all only had a splinter of.

    White Shorts, Doc. You are already missed, friend.

  4. Steven LaChance on April 29, 2024 at 11:13 pm

    Michael was one of the first people I met when I started researching the unexplained. He always inspired me to question what I believed and he would urge me to research more. He was one of the kindest people and always made you feel valid and heard in his presence. We remained friends throughout the years even after I moved to Mexico. I held him in the highest regard even when we disagreed on an idea or a view. Those were the best conversations. The ones where you disagreed and could debate your ideas. He had this way of always making you see things in a different way. I am going to miss him. Fly high my friend.

  5. Mary Elizabeth Beary on April 30, 2024 at 3:43 pm

    My most sincere sympathies, condolences and prayers to Dr. Lynch’s family and loved ones. What a shock. The loss of someone like Dr. Lynch from this earthly place just feels like a heavy hit. He was too young. Too bright, brilliant, kind, fun, curious, involved, studious, giving. The list really does go on and on.

    There just aren’t many people in the planet who could hold a candle to his wit, intellect, passions for all things out of the ordinary as well as just all things. He was generous of spirit, of mind and of his time.

    I’m not sure I know anyone else quite as energetic, positive and who always sees a way, an opportunity, a path, a plan. That’s why he made for such a remarkable investigator, researcher, radio & film talent – and, friend and mentor.

    To his wife and children – your husband and father made magnificent contributions to this world, perspectives and all the people in this world. He was incredibly loved and respected. His impact and legacy isn’t going anywhere. He was always very proud of his family : ) He isn’t very far, just a frequency or so away. Thank you for sharing him with the rest of us. He will forever be greatly missed.

  6. Joshua Dickson on May 1, 2024 at 12:00 pm

    So sad to hear this, Fly High. My Condolences to the family.

  7. John and Janet McCarthy on May 1, 2024 at 5:27 pm

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Mike was always fun to talk to. He will be missed. You are in our thoughts during this difficult time.

  8. Rev., Dr. Renae Nagle on May 3, 2024 at 4:55 pm

    There’s so many things that I want to say about my dear friend, Michael which would take volumes to write… And even though he was one of the most brilliant, funny, original thinking outside of the box, strategist, and Truthfinder, that I would ever have the honor to be in his presence, perhaps his most enduring quality was the kindness of his heart at the time that he shared with me. The many hours that we talked about everything under the sun, and how he graciously agreed to proofread my second book and make the most intelligent suggestions was a selfless act of kindness. His contributions in that book will live on, in the written word forever! His love of his family, his wife, and his beautiful son, and daughter, who he just adored, were so blessed and well loved! I still talk to him every day and hear his voice encouraging me to continue with my work. There is, and will never be another person so human. I love you forever as my friend ngh, Galactic, brother Michael!💕😎 Rev., Dr. Renae Nagle

  9. Stuart and Michele Elmore on May 5, 2024 at 6:46 am

    We are shocked to hear of Mike’s death. I met Mike at SMSU in Springfield back in the 70s. We reconnected after our boys became friends. Please accept our sincerest condolences.

  10. Trish (Pat) Fidler on May 6, 2024 at 5:10 pm

    I am so saddened to hear about Mike. I grew up down the road from him in the beautiful country. He was good friends with my cousin, so we spent a lot of time together throughout the years. Mike was also so kind to me, funny and extremely smart. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. Rest in peace, Mike. May God bless each of you.

  11. Lynn Monèt on May 7, 2024 at 8:39 pm

    Where to begin! Dr.Mike was a loved guest on my podcast. He will be forever fondly remembered by all of us who were fortunate enough to have known him. He was a monumental man with a great love for his family. My condolences to his family at this difficult time.

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