Sometimes, news stories echo in our minds for years after they’ve occurred. With each season of Shattered, we select one of those complex, true stories and take an in-depth look. Season 4 charts the life and death of Jimmy Hoffa. Season 3 tells the story of a string of murders that took place in the mid-1970s in Oakland County, Michigan. Many people know the case as the Oakland County Child Killer. Season 2 tells the story of Rick Wershe Jr., also known as White Boy Rick. At 14, Rick became the youngest FBI informant ever and helped bring down some of Detroit’s biggest drug dealers. Then the FBI abandoned him, and he became the dealer. Season 1 investigates the disappearance of Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton. The boys’ father, John Skelton, is the main suspect. Almost a decade later, the mystery of what happened to the boys remains open, with their small Michigan hometown wondering - could a father have committed an unimaginable crime?


Introducing: Everything is Fine

As we work away on Shattered: Season 5, host/producer Jeremy Allen is back with a brand new invention. It's a podcast called Everything is Fine.

As we navigate one of the strangest time periods in history, we are sure to question everything and wonder if what we’re doing is right. The only solid answer available is, “who the hell knows?!”

Jeremy is a father of three and husband to Kelly. Like most of us, he's working from home currently, while trying this whole homeschooling thing out. It’s territory he's not familiar with - at all!

Each day for the next few weeks, Jeremy will document what life is like with an audio journal. His family will guest star along the way. Here's a preview.

You can subscribe to Everything is Fine wherever you listen to Shattered.

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