Katie Dallow died. She's dead.
But what does that mean to you? You don't know her. You can't remember her.
Yet you see your friends on social media. You see them in grief and pain. They post memories of her life. They create events for memorials. They create pages in memorandum. They still post messages to her account.
You see them at the services. Funeral. Buriel. Visiting the grave. Visiting the places they once knew Katie in. You visit some of these yourself. Not because you knew Katie. But because you are a friend to the people who go. These things are for the living. These things are for the dead.
What is the meaning behind this behavior? Why do people behave this way? How has that behavior changed in the age of social media? You cannot help but wonder.
You cannot help but explore.
We invite you to explore the story behind our world through our experience treatment. This document establishes the foundation of our story world. We build our design elements for our experience upon it.