I noticed this always happens for Spooky games where people flip spots.
The Pinside avg is broken since it includes data points based on NON-games.
With games that have few sales, this skews it even more so.
Seems fair to both Spooky and the Pinside users to fix this to make it accurate.
Many use pinside in calculations and estimates when gauging future sales. Once that average settles out with some real game sales, then people take it as gospel and iggnorant to reality of the problems on the front end.