By Seth Mydans
"'LET’S rock 'n' roll,' said Tim Page, once one of the wild and daring young photographers of the Vietnam War, strapping himself into the front seat of a four-wheel-drive van.
'Like Flynn and Stone, three intrepid journalists left Phnom Penh on a hot morning headed for Kampong Cham,' he said, narrating his departure recently with two colleagues.
He settled back for the long ride, past the town of Skun, known for its fried spiders, past hypnotic rows of rubber trees, out to this dusty village near the Mekong River where he believed the bones of two missing war photographers, Sean Flynn and Dana Stone, were buried.
It was not an unusual journey for Mr. Page. Now 66, he has been on this hunt for years, determined to find answers and to come to terms with the war that has dominated his life."