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An 86-year-old, real-life Robinson Crusoe
Yorkshire man, Brendon Grimshaw, who is 86 years young, lives life like a real life Robinson Crusoe on his own island he bought for £8k in 1962.
He may be on to something! To read the original article, click here.
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