No running water or electricity — what it's really like to live 'off the grid'

Titus Morris has been living in a remote part of the Appalachian Mountains for eight years with no electricity, no running water, no cell phone, no car and even no shoes in the summer.

  • His monthly expenditure is around $140 and he makes a small income by training and shoeing horses.
  • He says he lives in a similar way to the Amish community, but he does not follow their religion and practices pure Christianity instead.
  • Adding to the mystery, he has no official form of ID.  His parents got him a social security number for him as a child but he never signed it and later decided to revoke it. His birth certificate washed away in a flood and he has never had a driver’s license.

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