My oldest daughter, Annette, and I have regular discussions about how to present materials we find of interest to our various audiences, whether family history (real or fictional), quirky stories, transmedia projects, or - one of her best - Flat Stanley adventures for children. We have talked about telling the story of a town we come across in our historical readings, perhaps where an ancestor lived.
I just heard about the 'Pine Point Project' - check it out, and see what you think? Does it remind you of any of your family history research? How do you think 'the Goggles' did on this project? I found it fascinating... especially when I see they started to make it a book, and instead it became something else! ;-)
Thanks to Dan Curtis for bringing Pine Point to my attention.
Families are Forever! ;-)