What a week! On Monday I shook hands with David Lynch (more about that later) and today, which marks the 20th anniversary of the airing of the Twin Peaks finale, Mark Frost started following @thatsourwaldo on Twitter.
The second Twin Peaks podcast is available. In 55 minutes, Matt, Mel, Brad and Caitlin cover the Benjamin Horne's foot fetish, James Hurley's intelligence and the squirrely peasant man at the end of the bed post in the 2nd episode of Twin Peaks, Traces To Nowhere.
This blog welcomed exactly a thousand unique visitors in its first month of existence. And one out of five visitors returned at least once. A sincere thank you to all who passed by! Eyeballs keeps us going and growing, so please return (daily) to check out what's new in the world of Twin Peaks.
Some of the folks at USA’s Psych are big fans of the offbeat, early ‘90s drama, Twin Peaks — such big fans that, after their well-received “Dual Spires” homage in December, they might pay homage to David Lynch’s surreal soap a second time.
Welcome to Welcome to Twin Peaks dot com!
What better day to launch this site than David Lynch's 65th birthday? Happy birthday, Mr. Lynch! May life bring you many more years, works of art and chocolate bunnies!
The original idea behind Welcome to Twin Peaks was to showcase the many photos I've shot at the actual filming locations in Washington state. But since even after 20 years my Twin Peaks obsession is still uncontrollable, and I have a wealth of Twin Peaks related discoveries to share, this site will become much more than a slideshow. If anything, it will show you that Twin Peaks is still very much out there.