Two college students hiking the southwest discover a strange cavern of beauty and intrigue. The site appears very old but there is no explanation for the complex way it was constructed deep into solid rock. Grant Cameron, a young Washington, D.C. reporter has a lot to learn about how Washington hides and keeps its secrets. Assigned to a story about millions of dollars missing from a Congressman’s office, Grant is led to begin digging through the archeology of the Southwest. That some congressional secrets would involved the previously unknown caves and discoveries of the student explorers involves Grant with a mysterious contact known only as Dr. Chaco, and leads him through a world of top secret information that gets deeper and darker and more dangerous as he investigates.
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Roger Daniel is a veteran of two decades in print, radio, and television news. He is also a forty year student of ufology and archeology. He is also the author of the true crime book "To Ride a Rocking Horse" and self-help book "Detour: How Did I Get Where I Am After I Mapped Out My Life So Well."
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