In 1962, British newspaper editor Brendon Grimshaw bought the tiny deserted Moyenne Island in the Seychelles for £8,000. In 1972 he moved to the island and has remained its caretaker ever since. The man is now 86 years old. Grimshaw has planted 16,000 trees and reintroduced giant tortoises to the island. He has reportedly been offered upwards of $50 million dollars for the island, but he has always refused to sell and the island is now a national park.