Bones Found In Flynn Disappearance Case
Forensic experts are testing bones believed to be the remains of ERROL FLYNN's son SEAN, who went missing during the Cambodian War in 1970.
The late Hollywood star's 28-year-old photojournalist offspring disappeared 40 years ago when he was captured by guerrillas while reporting on the war in Cambodia.
Two explorers discovered a jaw and femur bone in Cambodia's central Kampong Cham province earlier this month (Mar10) and handed them in to authorities in Phnom Penh for testing.
A U.S. embassy spokesman confirms that "possible human remains" are being analysed in Hawaii, amid reports they are those of Flynn's son.