A diary and a box of belongings offers a devoutly Catholic mother living in rural Missouri, USA in 1990 a second chance to know Sebastian, the estranged son she has lost to AIDS. In this emotionally-charged haptic experience for Oculus Rift Touch visitors are seated in the back seat of a photorealistic vintage 1986 Cadillac Sedan Deville (shot with photogrammetry and 3D modeled), behind two grieving parents, Ed and Mary-Helen, as they take a magic realist journey down a country road (360 video landscapes shot on location in rural Missouri), a memory lane populated with scrapbook artifacts from their son’s peripatetic life. Here, visitors get to know Sebastian through the drama unfolding in intimate proximity in the front seat (shot with Depthkit volumetric video capture) and by interacting with artifacts from his life, a box of personal belongings that changes over the course of the journey (sets of objects are randomized so that different visitors may get different photos and diary entries.) Visitors can pick up these objects (real archival objects 3D scanned and modeled) and photographs, examine them, and begin to construct an image of the man and his life. Who was he? Was he "a disgrace?" like his father says or "a good man" as his mother believes? Some visitors may dislike that he is religious or that he has sex with men whatever the visitor's background and prejudices, they will have a different relationship to those objects and will construct Sebastian in a different way. For visitors who have already visited the multimedia web narrative, queerskins.com, some of these objects will immediately resonate with the diary entries they have read or voiceovers they’ve heard. For others, the website offers a way to further discover and deepen the story once they are out of headset.