Will Millard was feared dead five years ago when he went missing on island where Allen is now awaiting rescue

An explorer who was feared dead when he went missing for weeks in the Papua rainforest five years ago said the plight of his mentor Benedict Allen now awaiting rescue in Papua New Guinea felt “horribly familiar”.

The family of Will Millard lost contact with him after his satellite phone was smashed in a white-water gorge when he made a “geographical error” while researching inter-tribal trade routes in 2012.

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