Willie Farrow’s mail delivery route took him through the same Winston-Salem, North Carolina, neighborhood every day. But as he pushed letters through one resident’s door drop, he noticed something that he had never seen before – and it was terrifying.
By the start of 2014 Farrow had already logged 14 years working for the U.S. Postal Service. Therefore, many of his day-to-day responsibilities – delivering letters, collecting outgoing mail, leaving packages on doorsteps and so on – had likely become routine.