- Director:Tim Burke
- Writer:Nik Blahunka,Anne Collins
- Cast:Lani Minella,Samara Lerman,Adrienne MacIain
|Lani Minella||-||Nancy Drew (voice)|
|Samara Lerman||-||Mel Corbalis (voice)|
|Adrienne MacIain||-||Rachel Hubbard / Kim Hubbard / Gossiping Girl (voice)|
|Emilie Rommel Shimkus||-||Corine Myers (voice) (as Emilie Rommel)|
|Khanh Doan||-||Izzy Romero (voice)|
|Kasey Brockwell||-||Leela Yadav (voice)|
|Nicole Fierstein||-||Megan Vargas / Gossiping Girl (voice)|
|Scott Carty||-||Ned Nickerson (voice)|
|Charissa Bertels||-||Paige Griffin / Gossiping Girl (voice)|
|Shanna Palmer||-||Gossiping Girl (voice)|
This is the first Nancy Drew game that has no male suspects.
On Mel's guitar is a sticker that says "Creepy's Corner", a corny horror record that was featured in Nancy Drew: Secret of the Old Clock (video game).
In the rec room, there is artwork to the left of the TV that looks like Poppy Dada's artwork, who was featured in Nancy Drew: Secret of the Scarlet Hand, Nancy Drew: The Haunted Carousel and Nancy Drew: White Wolf of Icicle Creek.
There is a book in the library that is the same book in Nancy Drew: Message in a Haunted Mansion.
In the lost and found drawer you find Rachel's notebook are also Bess's bracelets from Nancy Drew: Ransom of the Seven Ships and a garden gnome from Nancy Drew: The Haunting of Castle Malloy.
If you enter the bathroom, Nancy Drew will sometimes make random references to previous games, such as "What was the deal with all those glass eyes?" from Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull and "Not nice, Dwayne. Not nice at all." from Nancy Drew: Ransom of the Seven Ships/Nancy Drew: Stay Tuned for Danger.
On top of Mel's dresser next to her sampler is a goth version of the doll Naughty Tina from Nancy Drew: Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon.
Nancy can get an easter egg by rearranging the starburst tokens in a special order.
The final puzzle Nancy solves after facing the culprit is a reference to Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Pit and the Pendulum".