Duckandcover, I thought you were going to say you had encountered the truly strange Dark Fall TV phenomena.
A handful of people reported their televisions turning on by themselves when playing the games. I can honestly say that it's not a stunt on my part, as I do get emails from players reporting the fact. It's a worry, but rather exciting.
Dumbledore, The Piskie Folk was a pleasure to write. I thought a little humour and whimsy was called for, occasionally. The games can't all be spooky, damp and dark. There's actually quite a bit of (attempted) humour in both games, which keeps me sane when writing the larger overall narrative. Matilda Fly's theatre reviews were a favourite, poor thing. She'll never tread the boards of London's WestEnd again.
I have been a bit mean on Polly White, but I can say (whisper) that she hasn't hung up her ghosthunting gadgets just yet. She will achieve her final vindication, back in her start location of Dowerton. Whether Nigel decides to attend is another matter.
The ghosts are waiting, in the dark places, the forgotten places. Waiting for you: Darkling Room Games