Meet Alan Hill, the lone resident and current custodian of Detroit's Packard Automotive Plant, a one-time hub of the luxury car industry.
The factory went bust in 1956 and was used by a mishmash of industries thereafter; trucking companies, theatre prop storage, even a shoe manufacturer took up shop until the late 1990s when everyone was booted out.
Today Alan and his dogs are the sole residents of the cavernous 40-acre plant. It's their job to keep the premises – littered with beat up cars, forgotten furniture and abandoned machinery – secure and safe. Despite the lack of running water or modern facilities the factory suits Alan's purposes just fine. He gets to park his car in his house for starters.