Flynn grew up in
the village of Dunn Burrow as a child he
read about Schliemann's discovering Homeric
Troy in 1873. He attended
school in London and married Lona Campbell,
an anthropology student.
He often accompanied her working on digs through
out the world. Before they'd met Lona was well on her way to
establishing her reputation as a premiere investigator.
spent twelve years studying the site until the
Dam was completed and the Keep was submerged.
In the 1951 while Campbell was out of the
country on a dig, Flynn began work one of his
most controversial projects, the MacThoy Menhir.
on Ebverold MacThoi and his research.
died in 1958 of a liver condition at the age of 40.