S1E10 - The Cop, The Clerk, and The Body
They call it a speakeasy, but some things are too hard to say.
Someone Dies In This Elevator 010 - The Cop, the Clerk, and the Body
In The Cop, The Clerk, and The Body, they call it a speakeasy, but some things are too hard to say.
This episode contains alcohol, Homophobia, mistreatment of a corpse, Transphobia, police corruption, violence, and death in an elevator.
The trailer in the episode is for Thirteen Podcast. Thirteen is a series of feature-length, atmospheric, spooky stories told on the Thirteenth of each month. The series explores an eerie universe of supernatural and occult tales
Someone Dies In This Elevator is a spoiler-driven anthology podcast. Please visit our Website for transcripts and mono-mixes for this episode.
Sean Howard (he/him) as Frank.
Ezra J. Wayne (he/him) as Tommy.
Michelle Kelly (she/her) as Eleanor.
Rashika Rao (she/her) as Maryanne.
Chris Magilton (he/him) as Bill.
Scottye Moore (they/them) as Philp.
Jessica Crimes (she/her) as Archie.
Sierra Doss (she/her) as Marge.
Sean Lenhart (he/him) as The Cop.
Kristen DiMercurio (she/her) as Voice From The Back.
Brad Colbroock (they/them/he) as Employee.
Written by Evan Tess Murray (he/they) and Directed by Tal Minear (they/them).
Script Editing by Jesse Schuschu (he/they).
Dialogue Editing, Sound Design, and Mastering by Brad Colbroock (they/them/he).
Music by Trace Callahan (they/she).
Executive Produced by Colin J Kelly (he/him) and Tal Minear (they/them).
Artwork by Tal Minear (they/them).
Marketing by Ali Fuller (they/them).
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