Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Re: Odd Things (Navy in town)
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Brad May)
Date: 1990-11-14, 15:39
Reply-to: bmay@news.UUCP (Brad May)
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Doug Krause) writes:
> >In Episode 1 Cooper says to Diane that Twin Peaks is 5 miles south of the
> >Canadian border and 12 miles east of the *state* border. No state speci-
> >fied at that time.
I'm confused. The only border it could be east of is the *west* border, i.e.
Puget Sound. This would place it darn near next to Seattle. But all the
geographical discussion has put Twin Peaks in *Eastern* Washingon. If it were
in Western Washington, it would explain fog horns and sailors in various epi-
sodes. But many other things would not make sense, such as Josie's shopping
trip to Seattle the night of the fire, which would then only be a 1/2 hour
Could Cooper have said 12 miles *west* of the state border?