Something that wasn't listed there, I found an heretic's body (mud-covered and masked) next to a broken doll in the area near Remembering the Lost. I'm pretty sure it wasn't there in earlier versions, as such models only appear near the mines.
Also yes, it was a mistake. I copied that page to not have to format everything and forgot to rename it on the first line.
I noticed other changes, but it's more on the gameplay side. Apparently, the developers removed some chases, and not just in the new easy difficulty. I can confirm you're no longer chased when going out of the chapel after hearing Lynn is in the mines. I'll eventually check them all since I'm attempting an Insane run with no battery reload.
The 2015 timeline may be a typo (it may have been written 2013) as in the note it's written September 17, the exact time when Outlast took place. Also RB mentioned tat the game takes place shortly after Outlast so 2-3 years isn't "shortly".
I found another clue on the year of Outlast 2. The corn sacks you can find throughout the game are dated 28-10-2012. From what I found online, corn harvest in the US starts in October. The game has to take place before October 2013, or they would have starved to death by 2015.
The way it is told in the comics, Waylon meets Simon after the 3rd issue and before the 4th. In the third, the Pauls identified Park as the sole survivor but he had yet to leak any info, hence why they publish articles under his name to harm his credibility.
Chapters will be moved to their respective pages after all of them are collected. Regarding the Murkoff Account synopsys, I was thinking of entirely summarizing the story after the fifth issue gets released in a chronological order.
I figured since we have Documents and Notes, it would be useful to have a page to list all chapters. Right now to find such list you need to load a page which uses the navigational template for chapters, or go directly to Category:Chapters. Those lists can be added to the game pages though.
By entirely summarizing the comics, you still mean on a single page or each issue its own?
In regards to Hope's mother, although that wasn't planned from the start, murkoff account info reveals his mother's silence had been bought and they might have made up her death for the sake of avoiding lawsuit.