If you haven't driven through downtown this week, more specifically past Rosa Parks Square, then maybe you haven't had the chance to see the silver Airstream trailer sitting outside.
The 'silver bullet' is part of the StoryCorps nonprofit organization that records people's stories.
Georgia Public Broadcasting is hosting the StoryCorps event. The goal of the event is to collect, record, and store the stories people share in the mobile recording booth parked in Rosa Parks Square.
StoryCorps gives anyone in Middle Georgia a chance to come in, sit down, and record whatever they would like to talk about for 40 minutes.
Once the recording session is finished, two copies of the session are made. One goes home with the person who told their story, the other is sent to the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.
Once at the Library of Congress, each story is saved as a historical document.
The StoryCorps trailer travels across the country to gather stories of every day Americans, so future generations will have a way to listen and learn about the lives of Middle Georgians.
Vice President of G.P.B. Jon Hoban, says Macon was a perfect fit for StoryCorps.
"It's a nice size city, but it's an opportunity to tell the stories of Middle Georgia. People know Georgia for Atlanta and Savannah and Athens...and I think the stories of Macon are those that don't get told as often as they should," he says.
The StoryCorps mobile recording booth will be parked downtown at Rosa Parks Square until March 12. The crew plans to record 150 interviews from anyone who signs up.
If you are interested in telling your story, or would like to know more information about StoryCorps, you can click here.
Or you can call them at 1-800-850-4406.