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Author: Serial Productions & The New York Times

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A story of lies, family, America, and what Covid revealed, as well as what it destroyed.
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2022-10-1203:165

A three-part series from This American Life producer Nancy Updike. When Rachel McKibbens’s father and brother died suddenly last fall, two weeks apart, from Covid, she’d had no idea her father was sick, and no idea her brother was dying. They were unvaccinated, but the story of what happened started long before that. All three episodes of "We Were Three," a new show from Serial Productions and The New York Times, are available wherever you get your podcasts on Thursday, October 13th, 2022.
Part 1: Black Box

Part 1: Black Box

2022-10-1345:1310

A grieving daughter discovers a detailed record of her family’s final days. For more information on 'We Were Three': https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/11/podcasts/we-were-three.html
Part 2: Assassin

Part 2: Assassin

2022-10-1350:379

Rachel retraces how her family, over decades, fell apart and came back together. For more information on 'We Were Three': https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/11/podcasts/we-were-three.html
Rachel goes back to California, to the place where she grew up and where her brother and father died, to find answers. For more information on 'We Were Three': https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/11/podcasts/we-were-three.html
Comments (5)

eb

Wow! Incredibly sad. Who could have imagined two people dying of COVID-19 wasn't the saddest part of this podcast? COVID-19 took the father and son's body, but the dad beat down his son's spirit and muddled his daughter's view of herself long long before COVID-19 entered their lives. Frankly, Rachel could use therapy for the past and present. And yet she has found an area within herself where she is at peace and thrives. Excellent excellent journalism by Ms. Updike. I'm sure she has hours of additional interviews, which could have extended this revelation of misery and sadness. Here's to Rachels' (Ms. McKibbens') journey towards reconciliation with her past and a brighter future filled with peace and purpose

Apr 3rd
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H

Karma karma karma is right. But not for Rachel. Serves him right.

Nov 12th
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H

Yes, listen to some idiot without a medical degree. I can understand being hesitant about the vaccine but treatment ? What

Nov 12th
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Siobhan McGrogan

So sad.

Oct 26th
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Melissa

Sad.

Oct 21st
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