CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) - A homeless New Mexico man is living in a tunnel he made himself right near a public park, and the city where he has dug this intricate home in the ground can't do anything about it.
“Dig yourself a house underground and you always have a home. I think it's sweet,” said Rosey Burge, Clovis resident.
Eight feet underground is where Sean Heron lives. He decided to get some peace and quiet by living where the sun doesn't shine.
Heron didn't want to be on camera, but says he's been homeless for a year. It wasn't until recently that his hideout was discovered by someone who posted a tour on Facebook.
The underground tunnel has drawers, closets, a bed and more. All of this is just behind Beacham Field in Clovis, a recreational baseball field.
Friday, March 23, 2018