‘No Mercy’ Bonus Episodes: More from Fort Scott, Kansas

In search of the nuns who haunted Fort Scott

Hostess Sarah Jane Tribble embarks on a mission to learn more about the Sisters of Mercy, the nuns who founded Fort Scott’s Mercy Hospital and were once prominent community leaders. Tribble’s first glimpse into her life takes her to an old monastery. To learn more about the founding of Fort Scott Hospital, listen to episode four.

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How is Josh doing?

Before Fort Scott Hospital closed, Josh was a teenager coping with aging grandparents and the emotional distress of his mother’s opioid death. The family’s problems worsened after the hospital closed. Tribble calls Josh to find out his next steps. If you’d like to hear more of Josh’s story, we’ll tell it in Episode Six.

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“Where It Hurts” is a podcast collaboration between KHN and St. Louis Public Radio. The first season expands the storytelling from Sarah Jane Tribble’s award-winning series “No Mercy”.

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