Michael O'Flynn
Fictional Character
The Two Georges
POD: c. mid-1760s
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: North American Union
Date of Birth: 20th century
Occupation: Coal Miner
Spouse: Unnamed
Children: Four or five
Relatives: Dermot Coneval (cousin)

Michael F. O'Flynn was a coal miner from Charleroi, Pennsylvania. On 15 June 1995, he took part in a protest demonstration in New Liverpool, Upper California where "Honest" Dick the Steamer King shouted angrily at the miners and was murdered by a sharpshooter.[1] A few weeks later, Thomas Bushell interviewed O'Flynn in Charleroi and learned from him that Joseph Kilbride, a suspect in the case, had probably gone to Boston.[2]


While investigating in Charleroi, Bushell noted that Flynn's wife was blonde and would have been pretty if not for wear and tear. There were four or five children (he could not see clear enough for a precise count), the oldest of which was a boy, born circa 1982. Both mother and son were hostile to Bushell's presence.[3]


  1. The Two Georges, p. 205, HC.
  2. Ibid., p. 229-231, HC.
  3. Ibid., p. 222-223, HC.