A couple days ago, the news broke big that a couple investigators may have found Sean Flynn’s remains in Cambodia. As quickly as the story arose, doubts began. Tim Page, Flynn’s close friend, expressed his doubts, backpedaling began, and conflicting reports arose. The bones are headed for a forensic laboratory. Perhaps we’ll have an answer. Perhaps not. Here’s a link to one of the better stories on the discovery (by the very talented journalist Tim King, who’s put in his own time in war zones...Read Full Story
Well, the forensics have been run, and it looks like the bones recently discovered in Cambodia were of "non-caucasian" origin. In other words, they were probably those of some of the one million people killed by the Khmer Rouge when Nixon and Kissinger had their Excellent Adventure in Cambodia.Here's reality:War reporters pay tribute to Cambodia lost To Stone and Flynn--gents, goodnight and travel well.SRead Full Story
For decades, it's been a mystery what happened to Sean Flynn, the young photojournalist son of actor Erroll Flynn. He went missing in 1970, while taking photos in Cambodia for Time magazine. Flynn was captured by the Khmer Rogue, along with Dana Stone, and never seen again. Some believed that Flynn had lived in captivity.However, a jaw and femur found in a mass grave in Cambodia may be Flynn's. Testing will be done this month to determine if they are, indeed, the eathly remains of Sean...Read Full Story
The directorial debut of Cambodia-raised 20-year-old Brendan Moriarty has come a cropper with the critics in the US, after his movie The Road to Freedom opened last Friday.
According to the New York Times critic Jeanette Catsoulis, the film is “Loosely based on the fate of Errol Flynn’s only son, Sean (woodenly portrayed by Joshua Fredric Smith), a photojournalist who disappeared in Cambodia in 1970” and is “a bona-fide howler.”
Indeed Catsoulis seems to relish crucifying the movie in print...Read Full Story
Los Angeles, CA Mythic Films producer of the documentary film LOST BROTHERS posts the last known footage of Sean Flynn, son of Errol Flynn.Read Full Story
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Sean Leslie Flynn (born May 31, 1941, declared dead in 1984) was the son of actor Errol Flynn. He went missing while traveling in Cambodia in 1970. Find more Sean Flynn news, pictures, and information here.