Talking to ghosts was never really easy, but Chae-seon was more worried than usual when it came to Elwin- his will gave a clear “fuck this town and everyone in it minus these four guys” vibe, and she didn’t want to piss someone right off the bat. Still, knowing that the afterlife was lonely, she hastily made a care package for him and tried to meet up with the blue apparition. She only saw a glimpse of him from across the graveyard, but she called out to him anyway. "H-Hey, um, Mr. B-Beaumont?"
Elwin had thought it a capital idea to haunt the graveyard. It was an easy task - just hang out above his grave. He had been looking at headstones and speculating on the way they died, and then he heard the voice.
The ghost perks up, a grin on his face as he turns to face the newcomer. “Why hello there!” He greets, uncharacteristically cheerful for a dead person he supposes. Ah well - when you’re happy to be in the unfeeling abyss, it’s hard to keep all that pep contained.
“You already know my name but I’ll introduce myself anyway. Elwin Neil Beaumont, dead Executioner at your service. How may I help you today? Here to find a helpful ghost? I may direct you to Mr. Jonathan if that’s the case.” He offers the woman a winning smile.