**Could you imagine dying alone? Glynn Wolfe died alone…in Los Angeles…he was 88. No one came to claim his body; the city paid to have him buried in an unmarked grave—sad, but not an unusual event in larger cities.
Glynn’s situation was unique, however, because he was no ordinary man. He held a world record. If you look in The Guinness Book you will find him listed as the Most Married Man, of 29x. This means 29x he was asked, "Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife…forsaking all others do you pledge yourself only to her, so long as you both shall live?" And 29x Glynn Wolf said, "I do," but it never quite worked out that way.
He left behind several children, grand-children, great grand-children, a number of living ex-wives, and several ex-in-laws—and still, he died alone. He spent his entire adult life looking for something he apparently never found—and he died alone.