Alex Nursall is a writer, director, illustrator, and occasional bassist currently based in Toronto. As a writer and illustrator, her work has previously appeared in FLARE, The Toast, TSN’s BarDown, Jezebel, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Vice, and Apartment Therapy, among others. She is the co-creator, co-writer, director, producer, casting director, makeup artist, and sommelier for Parkdale Haunt. She also does voice work, but mostly by accident. She likes hiking, F1, nice beer, and her dog, and she dislikes having to write semi-serious bios for websites.

Emily Kellogg is an award-winning writer, editor, voice actor, and veteran book publishing professional based in Toronto, Ontario. Her work has appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail, The Humber Literary Review, Minola Review, The Puritan, and Room Magazine. In 2018, she was named one of three finalists for the carte blanche/Creative Nonfiction Collective Society prize. Emily is the co-creator and co-writer of Parkdale Haunt. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Book and Media Studies and English from the University of Toronto, and is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Guelph. She is a proud member of The Writers Union of Canada (TWUC), co-host of the Speakeasy Reading Series, and an editor at HELD Magazine.

Ian Boddy is an Audio Engineer at the Pirate Group in Toronto, Ontario. He is extremely passionate about sound and music, and the intimate and powerful role it plays in all our lives. Born and raised in the city, he has experienced life from a myriad of perspectives—caregiver, groundskeeper, cook, musician, counsellor, security—and has been called the Second Greatest Tiger Wrestler despite not having wrestled any actual tigers.* Ian recently started another big job—being a dad—which means he can wear socks with sandals anytime he wants, fuss over the thermostat and tuck his polos into his cargo shorts and nobody can say anything.

*Arguably still a perfect record.


Parkdale Haunt is an original podcast

Created and written by Emily Kellogg and Alex Nursall
Directed and produced by Alex Nursall
Engineering and sound design by Ian Boddy
Theme music by Phil Wright
Recorded at Pirate Toronto
Distributed by the Rogers Frequency Podcast Network


Alex Nursall as Judith Antoni
Emily Kellogg as Claire Sterback
Ian Boddy as Owen Hopkinson
Carson Pinch as Adam Lawrence
Taylor Davis as Austin Bird
Jocelyn Dotta as Lydia
Amy Bowman as Tabitha
Caroly Larson as Debbie
Chelsea Andrade as Ellen
Doug Walker as Reggie
Kyle Anderson as Viktor (and other assorted voices)
Will Sloan as the Toronto History YouTuber
Phil Wright as The Fireman (and other assorted voices)