There's no question that homelessness is a serious problem. In some parts of the country, it can be a killer with the snow and the cold. We complain about panhandlers in the medians and on the street corners. It's easier to look away than it is to look at the homeless and panhandlers.

In this social experiment, unsuspecting people walked by relatives pretending to be homeless. Would they notice their family members? Or have the homeless become invisible?

Here's a question for you, "Would you notice your family member if they were in this position, or would you look through them?"