And now, if you're interested, you can own the Island. Yup, it's for sale and has been since 2010. The price has been reduced from $4 million to $2.4 million. But it has nothing of value, according to this slide show from the New York Times.
The island has no inhabitants, no electricity, no fresh water and no arable land -- nothing of value, it would seem. It has been for sale since 2010, the price reduced to $2.4 million from $4 million.