Favorites: Black & White Lodge Curiosities

Here at 25YLSite, we handle a lot of heavy lifting. Analysis, interpretation, deep discussion, introspective interviews…you name it, we’ve got it. “Favorites” takes a lighter approach to the material we normally cover. Each week, we will take you through a list of favorites—whether it's moments, scenes, episodes, characters, lines of dialogue, whatever!—in bite-sized articles perfect …

A Journey To The Underworld Of Twin Peaks

Symbols. Waterfalls. Basements. Mythology. The maps of Twin Peaks. The red curtains. Laura, Teresa and Maddy. The secretive work of Major Briggs. Alchemy. Rivers. Portals. Demons and entities. The sound at the Great Northern. Mountains. Caves. Visual analysis. The Black Lodge. Rivers. The palace of the Fireman and Señorita Dido. Mike. Time. And, maybe most …

Drama, Myths and Magical Connections – The Motels Of Twin Peaks

In the Twin Peaks universe, motels have been visited and revisited quite a few times over the years. Motels have been made locations of importance, huge and small, and places for happenings of strange, funny, mundane or even supernatural events. Some of the motels are only seen once or twice. Others, however, are fundamental to …

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 …