“Here’s what hell looked like: Hathaway was now homeless and living in a Subaru Outback in the Boeing parking lot with his 18-year-old son, Conner, who was also an addict. Hathaway says 2010 was a pivotal year—that’s when Purdue Pharma LP, maker of OxyContin, changed the pill’s chemistry so it couldn’t be crushed into a snortable powder or heated into a vapor for inhaling. The new version had a time-release formulation; it was useless to addicts who were crashing. ‘That is the beginning of the heroin epidemic,’ Hathaway says.” Bloomberg: Hooked. A raging heroin addiction fueled a former Boeing engineer’s yearlong, 30-bank robbery spree.