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Carrie Page is "the missing page"  

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(@andres_cruzalegui)
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Haven't been here in a while so forgive me if this has already been discussed:

I saw a post on another site linking Carrie Page with the missing page of her diary. That was my initial thought as well. Hawk does confirm in The Return that there is still one page missing. We all know Laura Palmer would regularly write about her dreams in her diary. Could she have writtent an entry about a dream she had where her name was Carrie and she lives in Odessa, a weird nightmarish dream, where a corpse is just rotting in her home. This just might fit my interpreatation of TP so I understand why some might not be on board with this. I have always thought of the lodges as metaphysical access points that link with the dreamworld. Cooper is physically trapped in this dream world (not the same as saying he's just some dude having an elaborate dream that we all know as Twin Peaks) and is playing out various scenarios as a test but seems to be trapped in a perpetual loop, either because he doesn't understand what needs to be done or because hes just doomed to be doing this eternally. I do not think he ever left the lodge.

 

I would love to hear what you all have to say 

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Posted : 13/09/2018 8:58 pm Ben Uhl and Myn0k liked
(@brian_hardin_ii)
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I would almost take this idea as being possible except for one thing:

Cooper asks "What year is this?"

This indicates he is somewhere in time or in an alternate time-line.

Had he instead asked, 'where are we?' then that would indicate they were out of place (or in a dream).

I think Lynch is too careful with his dialogue and what he depicts on screen, so I just can't buy this Carrie Page being a missing page theory.  There is no other evidence.

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Posted : 14/09/2018 9:30 am
(@myn0k)
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Posted by: Brian Hardin II

I would almost take this idea as being possible except for one thing:

Cooper asks "What year is this?"

This indicates he is somewhere in time or in an alternate time-line.

Had he instead asked, 'where are we?' then that would indicate they were out of place (or in a dream).

I think Lynch is too careful with his dialogue and what he depicts on screen, so I just can't buy this Carrie Page being a missing page theory.  There is no other evidence.

Just to play devil's advocate, he may have asked what year it is because he's confused and things don't add up. In reality (hah!), the year may not be relevant. 

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Posted : 14/09/2018 10:52 am
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