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Someone Dies In This Elevator

Tal Minear

A spoiler driven anthology series, where there is always an elevator and someone always dies in it - but everything else is different.


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5 out of 5 stars from 31 ratings
  • Unique

    Interesting, creative, well written & acted. I’m happy every time a new episode is released.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Unique Premise-Well Crafted

    This is a truly unique premise in the very crowded world of audio fuction. It hooks me in every episode. Well-written, produced, and acted. Very creative and engaging. Highly reccommended.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • I'm loving this podcast. The 'spoiler-y' nature of the premise raises the stakes a bit every episode. After all, some times you only stick with a story because you want to know what happens, and well... Someone is going to die in that elevator. But rather than being hindered by that restraint, it's a launch point for flight. And because it's an anthology, there's always something new to discovery in every release.

    MJ Bailey
    5 months ago
  • Worth listening to!

    My brother (Colin Kelly) and (Anna Rodriguez) did a fantastic job.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • Interesting. Very interesting.

    Lala J
    6 months ago

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