- "It would easier to describe what wasn't stolen, Detective."
- ―Beverly Evestrom
A very wealthy resident and a member of Los Angeles' high society, Beverly was married to a Mr. Swanson and had a daughter, Heather. She resided in a large mansion on North Kingsley Drive. During one night (according to Beverly, it happened "At least a year ago."). Beverly attended a social function hosted by Dr. Harold Stoneman and his wife, though Beverly returned home and found that her house had been burglarized. Among the forty-three pieces of property stolen were a tiara, black sapphire ring and a Faberge cigarette case. Beverly reported the incident and list of stolen items, though she lied about the cigarette case, claiming it's worth to be $25,000 instead of $10,000, to increase the insurance claim.
Events of L.A. Noire
Beverly was visited by Detectives Cole Phelps and Roy Earle, who arrived to inform her of her recovered valuables. Heather arrived and the Phelps revealed a connection between the burglary and Julia Randall. Ironically, Beverly's daughter's fiance and best friend were responsible for the theft.
- Her character is based off of Mrs. Hylton, a robbery victim and the mother of the murder victim's friend in the 1948 film "The Naked City".
- Beverly has a Talbot GS26 parked in her garage.
- Her last name might indicate that she is of Scandinavian ancestry possibly Swedish.
- According to Beverly, one stolen item was a "priceless tiara that has been in the family for fifty years."