The Prince Of Silence

William John Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, a British nobleman who lived in the 19th century, was “the Prince of Silence.” An introvert since childhood, he became a complete hermit after a woman rejected him.

He was so averse to company that he only communicated through letters. Servants had to ignore him if they ever saw him outside, and he would “act like a tree” so no one would notice him.

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