Do You Really Want To Fuck With This? The Alternative Timeline Of Sarah Palmer

Out of all the returning characters in Twin Peaks, The Return, Sarah Palmer might be the one whose life turned out to be the harshest and most cruel. Thinking about how her life was back in the original run of Twin Peaks, it really wasn't even close to good then, either. SARAH PALMER IN THE …

Lost in the woods – The connection between Sycamores and portals, part 2

Glastonbury Grove, Twin Peaks. 2440 Sycamore Street, Buckhorn. Sycamore Street, Ranco Rosa, Las Vegas. Three places. One of them, of course, long known to all Twin Peaks fans: Glastonbury Grove and its 12 Sycamore trees in the Ghostwood forest outside of town. The other two are new ones seen in Twin Peaks: The Return. What's …

Twin Peaks and the legend of King Arthur – All you need to know

Let’s go back to the last episode of season 2, Beyond Life and Death, that aired on June 10, 1991. While standing in front of the drawing of the Owl Cave map, Sheriff Truman mentions Glastonbury Grove – a place in the Ghostwood forest with twelve sycamore trees standing in a circle. Cooper thinks for …

The connection between Sycamores and the portals – A New York theory

The original run of Twin Peaks left us well aware of the 12 Sycamore trees standing in a circle at Glastonbury Grove, where the portal to the Black Lodge (or Waiting Room, or The Red Room) is located. In more recent times, Twin Peaks: The Return has hinted that Sycamores have connections to at least …

The failed roll of film that became “something more”

It all began with the visual art. David Lynch went to art school and he worked with whatever material that seemed to be of interest in the moment; assemblages, photography, painting, collages and sculptures. His works are the results of a chaotic creative processing of mixed media. Lynch included everyday objects into his art. Stuff …