TWIN PEAKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Signals mysteriously sway outside the Double R Diner / Mar-T Cafe at the corner of Bendigo Blvd. and North Bend Way



Before Twin Peaks ever aired on television I was a huge fan. I knew that anything David Lynch created would be a coolly weird event.
So the excitement and anticipation of viewing the first episode was like a twisted Christmas morning – and the present was Twin Peaks!

This begins my first entry into the surreal world of Twin Peaks that turned into a real life experience.

I had never been a true “fan”, as in fanatic, of any TV show, movie, sports team, actor or actress.  Even my Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll History that I lived through during the ’60s and ’70s of bands that I loved never achieved what I would consider as “fandom”, as it was more of a lifestyle.
But with Twin Peaks I really got involved, I loved that show so much that I wanted to live there – and since I couldn’t, I did the next best thing – I visited Twin Peaks and stayed at the Great Northern / Salish Lodge for about three days in 1993 and visited all of the places that I had come to know and love on the series.

Twin Peaks Archives will relate my real-life adventures in a surreal world where the TV series and real life converged into a quasi-experience thanks to the weird and wonderful vision of David Lynch.


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