We can't get it in Canada, so a co-worker has been making a DIY emulation. This person has not had lunch in a few weeks and seems to be fine with that. I'd try it, but I can't get past the whole looks like vomit thing.
Really late to the party on this game. I just finished it and had to read if anyone else experienced what I had.
I knew beforehand that there was nothing supernatural going on after reading a review, plus as mentioned above you do find an invoice detailing electrical problems.
That said, I most definitely heard other footsteps occur on a few occasions. I too heard the whisper "Hey you" in the basement. It was definitely a girl's voice (Sam?). Lastly, a room I had yet to enter had the lights off, checked another room, came back to it a moment later to discover the light turned on.
I'm convinced these were deliberately placed to plant the idea that you may not be alone in the house.
Vanilla was its "Golden Age" for me. An mmo was an entirely new experience for me, and it basically sucked me and a group of friends into it for many years with its fresh experience. Having raided MC-Naxx, TBC felt routine for me. It was already at that rush to 70 to start raiding again, which does detract from the enjoyment. I honestly liked Wrath's aesthetic more, plus seeing a lot of old guildies again that quit end of Vanilla to mid-TBC. I'm sure I'll be there for the next expansion, as we (me and friends) seem to for every new one. I may quit constantly out of boredom, but I'll always love the game and the memories it holds.
My immediate reaction was to choose Mud. Upon a quick search I notice it listed as a 2012 film due to a small audience seeing it at Cannes. I'm sticking with Mud as it wasn't until 2013 that us regular folks got to see it.