Claire Martin

Producer, To the Point/Which Way LA?

Producer

Claire Martin on KCRW

On June 11, 1998, Jon Aujay set out for a long-distance run in Devil’s Punchbowl Park, near Palmdale. He was  never seen again .

"The Deputy Who Disappeared"

On June 11, 1998, Jon Aujay set out for a long-distance run in Devil’s Punchbowl Park, near Palmdale. He was never seen again .

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Where have all the honeybees gone?

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