The chronicled perils of Detroit, Michigan, birthplace of Motown and the rise of Eminem and Kidrock, have shown just how quick the mighty can fall. Once known as the “Paris of the Midwest” for its stunning architecture and a leader in the automotive industry, Motor City is a shell of its former self. Prior to filing bankruptcy in 2013, which became the largest municipal filing in U.S. history, then-Mayor Dave Bing devised a plan to bulldoze 10,000 homes to shift focus and investments into “better” areas of the city. Today, it’s one of most dangerous cities – if not the most dangerous city - in the United States and continues to get absorbed by nature and misfortune. From the decaying of the once roaring Silverdome, to the blight that surrounds the city, there seems to be little hope of recovery for the once booming city.