Bob Hohler

June 1986
Yankee;Jun86, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p68
Bob Hohler, Christa McAuliffe's `personal' reporter, was assigned by her hometown newspaper, the `Concord Monitor' to follow the space teacher's every move for the seven months prior to her death. Then, tragically and reluctantly, he became part of the story in the media blitz that followed the Challenger explosion.


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