For 60 nights, Anthony Herron, also known as F.L.O.W., has watched over a stranger’s house in Long Island. Since he’s started camping out, Jennifer McLeggan, the homeowner, said he has become like family to her and her two-year-old daughter.
“We kind of treat F.L.O.W. like he’s just a part of the house now,” McLeggan told Newsweek. “I know it has to end, but it will be bittersweet when it does.”
Herron first heard McLeggan’s call for help on July 11 when McLeggan posted her story outside her home in Valley Stream.