Is Highpool evidence that supernatural events exist in Wasteland canon?
For those of you who don't know for forgot: There was a small settlement called "Highpool" you could visit in the original Wasteland. During your visit, it was possible to slip and fall on some slippery rocks which would cause a bunch of kids to laugh at you. You were given the option to kill these kids (or just ignore them). If you opted to attack, after wiping them out there wouldn't be any blood or bodies, and they'd simply reappear. Attacking them again, and wiping them out, no blood or bodies. Eventually, after attacking them so many times, they would finally be killed and a mysterious man would suddenly appear out of nowhere (known as the "Red Ryder" I believe) and attack. If you killed the Red Ryder, Highpool would suddenly, and instantly, turn into a ghost town. Whereas before going on your rampage, Highpool was inhabited, green, and had water flowing into it. After your rampage, it would be completely uninhabited, barren, and the water would be dried up. If you walked around the abandoned Highpool, you could even occasionally hear children's echoing laughter in the distance.
So does this event, in fact, count as a supernatural one?
If so, does that mean other encounters with the supernatural are fair game for Wasteland 2?
Keep in mind the developer who originally wrote up Highpool is being brought back for Wasteland 2...