“He did odd jobs for others, but rarely left town. Despite having taught driver’s ed to high schoolers, Holt had given up driving a car. He opted for a bicycle instead and finally the mower. His mobile home in the park was mostly empty of furniture — no TV and no computer, either. The legs of the bed went through the floor.” In other words, it seemed unlikely that Geoffrey Holt, the caretaker of a mobile home park in Hinsdale, New Hampshire, would be worth millions. But the story doesn’t end there. New Hampshire man had no car and no furniture, but died with a big secret, leaving his town millions.