This interactive spatial narrative was created for a digital storytelling course. It is an experiment in a non-linear take on the oral tradition. Since footage is in excess of 3 hours, it is near impossible to experience the story in its entirety. Instead, users are encouraged to jump around the map at their leisure, moving forwards and backwards in time, much in the way that the subject’s own memories are incomplete and achronological. The narrative is bookended, however, with introductory and closing videos that provide some deeper context to the content in between. You can experience the piece in full screen mode here. As noted in the introduction, this is a work of FICTION. All similarities to real persons, places, or events are purely coincidental. All footage is shot in Vermont.