Memory Motel is a narrative podcast that finds the drama in what we want to remember or forget. Featured in Wired, The Guardian, IndieWire, The A.V. Club, Salon, the podcasts Criminal and Sampler, among other venues. Created and hosted by Terence Mickey, a writer and Moth storyteller.
#03: The Hidden Flaw in The Golden Rule
In Morocco, Ed Gavagan finds the hidden flaw in the Golden Rule.
#02: Who Knew Her
When Nick Flynn decided to interview his mother's ex-boyfriends, he discovered that a memory central to his childhood was false.
#01: Song Of Increase
When Jacqueline Freeman became a beekeeper, she needed guidance, and she found help in the most unexpected and obvious places.
#11: The Ideal Hostage
In 1973, a bank robbery captivated Sweden and led to the first diagnosis of Stockholm Syndrome. In "The Ideal Hostage," Kristen Enmark returns to the scene of the crime to cast off the stigma of a syndrome that never made sense to her.
#10: Not By Accident
#09: The Right to Oblivion - Part 3
In Part 3 of "The Right to Oblivion," despite Eric's desire to forget, his past relationship with Chris returns to threaten him.
One of the best pods!
I am a big time podcast listener and only recently discovered this podcast and I love it! Great stories, skillful narration. Thank you so much.
It’s coming back!!
I heard a rumor this is starting up again! Hope so! It’s excellent!
I haven’t finished listening but after the last two episodes and I’m really excited to listen to more. I am however disappointed to see it looks like the podcast ended abruptly.