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By Brian Murphy

Presently sooner than Christmas in 1943, 5 military aviators left Alaska's Ladd box on a attempt flight. just one ever lower back: Leon Crane, a urban child from Philadelphia with little greater than a parachute on his again whilst he bailed from his B-24 Liberator ahead of it crashed into the Arctic. on my own in subzero temperatures, Crane controlled to stick alive within the useless of the Yukon wintry weather for almost twelve weeks and, amazingly, walked out of the ordeal intact.
81 Days under 0 recounts, for the 1st time, the entire tale of Crane's notable saga. In a drama of awesome unravel with moments of out of the ordinary success, Crane realized to outlive within the Yukon's unforgiving panorama. His is a story of the human potential to undergo severe stipulations and excessive loneliness—and emerge more desirable than sooner than.

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