This man sleeps under a bridge in Tennessee just one small dividing wall away from railroad tracks that usually see up to one train every hour 24/7. Most of the trains pass by at 40-miles per hour or faster, just 8 feet from the location of where he places his head at night.
When the cars roar through the breeze picks up as your eyes are filled with passing dirt and dust. The constant sound of train engines passing under have turned the belly of the 5-lane bridge above black. Charles doesn't mind one bit citing, "It's dry and I have a mattress." He has been homeless for the past 6-years living in California, Texas, Georgia and now Tennessee.