Not one weekend newspaper goes by that I don’t see at least one -if not several- World War II veteran obituaries. It is estimated that 430 of the ‘greatest generation’ vets pass away each day. So with Independence Day approaching, I thought I’d post a link to the story of a noble WWII vet with a remarkable survival story. I remember listening to Edgar Harrell being interviewed years ago by Charles Morris on Haven Today. It was such an edge-of-your-seat true tale that we didn’t dare miss the next day’s episode! I wasn’t able to find that same interview unfortunately, but you can listen to Harrell’s interview on In the Market with Janet Parshall by clicking here. You can also watch him tell his story on a video posted below. Edgar wrote an autobiography about his experiences called “Out of the Depths.” I highly recommend this to you! And don’t forget to say thank you to the veterans who fought for your freedom (regardless of which war) in your life!