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(@mark_chamberlain_stevens)
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This just came up in another thread.....when I compared the Owl Cave map to Hawk's...look what moved.....Hawk did say his map was a living thing, apparently the falls and Glastonbury Grove can travel...Owl Cave used to be in Pearl Lakes...if that's OC in Hawk's map, then that's another moving target....

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Posted : 28/07/2017 9:57 pm
(@1stdragonarse)
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Posted by: Mark Chamberlain Stevens

Frog-Moths?????

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colorful buggers!

(and my thought of giant which was black dog... drats! foiled again!)

maybe the owl could symbolize race of giants... they aren't what they seem after all 😉

I have total recall of everything and anything I ever made up.

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Posted : 28/07/2017 10:00 pm Mark Chamberlain Stevens liked
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Posted by: Mark Chamberlain Stevens

This just came up in another thread.....when I compared the Owl Cave map to Hawk's...look what moved.....Hawk did say his map was a living thing, apparently the falls and Glastonbury Grove can travel...Owl Cave used to be in Pearl Lakes...if that's OC in Hawk's map, then that's another moving target....

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I have a t-shirt with the Owl Cave map on. It's so awesome. I love in the last episode of Season 2 when Coop, Truman and Hawk are all in Truman's office and that eerie dark woods theme playing. Coop says, 'Giant, little man.' Then Pete Martell walks in and says, 'Grand Theft Auto. The Log Lady stole my truck.' Coop says something like, 'The Log Lady didn't steal your truck. Wyndham Earle stole your truck. The Log Lady will be here in one minute.' It's exactly one minute in real time. That scene is timeless, ironically. 🙂 I loved how that theme played when Hawk was heading toward Glastonbury Grove.

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Posted : 29/07/2017 12:24 am Mark Chamberlain Stevens liked
(@mark_chamberlain_stevens)
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I have a t-shirt with the Owl Cave map on. It's so awesome. I love in the last episode of Season 2 when Coop, Truman and Hawk are all in Truman's office and that eerie dark woods theme playing. Coop says, 'Giant, little man.' Then Pete Martell walks in and says, 'Grand Theft Auto. The Log Lady stole my truck.' Coop says something like, 'The Log Lady didn't steal your truck. Wyndham Earle stole your truck. The Log Lady will be here in one minute.' It's exactly one minute in real time. That scene is timeless, ironically. 🙂 I loved how that theme played when Hawk was heading toward Glastonbury Grove.

That was a fond memory for me as well......not sure we're going to be fond of what happens when Hawk and Frank Truman confront the situation on 10/1 and 10/2 that we'll see in Part 13.....

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Posted : 29/07/2017 12:33 am
(@trina_jones)
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Maybe an eclipse???  Or the actual moon phase.  

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Posted : 29/07/2017 2:01 am
(@twinpeaksseeker)
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Posted by: Lucas Bracci
Posted by: Myn0k
Posted by: Lucas Bracci

The map in big size :

https://tinyurl.com/y8fjzmfu

 

An animal part ? 

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This reminds me of Cole's drawing of the deer / moose thing in the previous episode. 

 

 

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Or maybe this :

 

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Could it be related to the white dog leg found in Mr.C's trunk after his car wreck and arrest?

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Posted : 29/07/2017 3:07 am Myn0k liked
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Indeed. And the frog-moth feet/hands remind of Dr Jacoby's flashed augmented middle finger in part 5.

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Posted : 29/07/2017 4:22 am
(@mangoson)
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The visual representation of "The Evil That Men Do." perhaps??? He's spitting fire(?) at an animal's claw

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