Hermit, 74, who has invested 40 years living in a remote cabin in Scotland stars in new BBC documentary


    ‘ It’s a good life’: Elderly hermit, 74, who has actually invested 40 years living without electricity or running water in a hand-made log cabin by a remote Scottish loch, stars in new BBC documentary

    • Ken Smith lives in a log cabin he built on the banks of Loch Treig in the Highlands
    • The pensioner has actually spent four years fishing and growing his own vegetables
    • He utilized to build fire stations but shunned contemporary life at 26 after an attack by goons on a night out
    • A 2019 stroke has actually left him with blurred vision and amnesia

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