Giles Caron burst onto the scene in the sixties in an explosion of productivity. During his brief five year career, he produced over 570 stories before disappearing in Cambodia at the age of thirty. He had planned on quitting because his career arc, covering several back-to-back vicious wars, had already taken it’s toll on him. He never had the chance and on April 5, 1970, Caron went missing on Route 1 between Vietnam and Cambodia.

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron

Northern Ireland, August 1969 © Gilles Caron