In "Escape from Innsmouth" there's a mythos event that thematically seems like it should only harm investigators in alleys and streets, but that mechanically probably applies to all investigators. I wanted a second opinion just to be sure, though. Do you interpret the following text to apply to all investigators or just those in spaces marked "alley" or "street" (of which there are many in the scenario):
A few members of the mob begin singing a horrid, croaking melody, and in response, the sea begins to sing along. The inhuman notes echo through the alleys and streets, insinuating themselves into the minds of all who hear it. Each investigator suffers 2 facedown Horror.
I know the last sentence reads conclusively. Maybe I'm just taken aback by how brutal the event is, but doesn't the second-to-last sentence suggest it's only for alleys and streets?