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Who is the woman appearing after the end credits?

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(@teo-peaks)
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Posted by: fullgomenakias

thats pretty clear. the entire building is supposed to be on top of a building that has no top floor. and it disappears once mr.c leaves.

So the scene from FWWM with Ronette, Laura and Teresa and Leland must have happened in some alternate reality, hence Mrs. Tremond's grandson appearing... Just a thought.

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 6:08 pm
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I think the Blue Diamond motel is right in Deer River where we left it. The fact that it might interface with the Other Place is a whole different thing.

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 6:14 pm
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Remember, Deer River is ITSELF a doppelganger, of Twin Peaks!

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 6:14 pm
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Deer Meadow?

This is interesting, since the electric pole seems to have changed position, the whole first part of FWWM might have happened in some alternate reality.

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 6:27 pm
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Posted by: Nedim Ercan

She resembles Mrs. Tremond/Chalfont.

Yep. A younger version. Had the same thought. 

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 7:53 pm
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I think this is darker side of the motel, one dimension closer to the black lodge or something like that.  In order to get to the room above the convenience store Mr. C and the woodman phased "over" so to speak.  Which is how the woodsmen move constantly, back and forth between that darker plane and the plane where all our characters are.  I'm sure if they phased back over while at that dark motel they would have been at the regular Diamond Motel.  Instead Mr. C picked up the phone and got sent back to the Convenience Store.  I'll bet a couple of bucks if they had phased back on the staircase they would have been in the Palmer house.

I'm really intrigued by the idea that a place associated with the first murder is either a hiding place or a cell for Jeffries now.  I have no idea why that would be. 

And kudos to everyone who nailed that wallpaper from that TEENY FRACTION of a frame a couple of epsiodes ago.  Freakin eagle eyes on this forum.  I dig the idea that Mrs. Tremond/Chalfont gave Laura sort of a "handheld" portal when she gave her that picture frame. 

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 8:26 pm
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James Trainer in the Facebook Twin Peaks Logposting group did a bit of photoshop, adjusted some levels and, bam! Her creepyness!

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 10:14 pm
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Posted by: Christen Phillips

I think this is darker side of the motel, one dimension closer to the black lodge or something like that.  In order to get to the room above the convenience store Mr. C and the woodman phased "over" so to speak.  Which is how the woodsmen move constantly, back and forth between that darker plane and the plane where all our characters are.  I'm sure if they phased back over while at that dark motel they would have been at the regular Diamond Motel.  Instead Mr. C picked up the phone and got sent back to the Convenience Store.  I'll bet a couple of bucks if they had phased back on the staircase they would have been in the Palmer house.

I'm really intrigued by the idea that a place associated with the first murder is either a hiding place or a cell for Jeffries now.  I have no idea why that would be. 

And kudos to everyone who nailed that wallpaper from that TEENY FRACTION of a frame a couple of epsiodes ago.  Freakin eagle eyes on this forum.  I dig the idea that Mrs. Tremond/Chalfont gave Laura sort of a "handheld" portal when she gave her that picture frame. 

totally agree about the darker side of the motel. A haunting of it.

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 10:20 pm
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I thought of it as the 'upside-down' version of the motel, to borrow from another television program...

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 10:40 pm
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I thought of it as the 'upside-down' version of the motel, to borrow from another television program...

or a video game (silent hill). I agree with u. The motel is haunted by these spirits and the way to enter the haunted reality of it is the convenience store. 

Perhaps the store is the entry for all kinds of haunted upside down versions of various places. 

But what is really intriguing to me is that this place is not only an entry but an exit. I have this strong sense that someone else is in there imprisoned that must escape. The idea of locked motel rooms gives me the impression of prison cells.

 
Posted : 21/08/2017 10:48 pm
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I was tempted to do some Twin Peaks flavored reviews of the place on Trip Advisor, but thought better of it.   I don't want the poor owners of that place losing business because of my twisted sense of humor 

 

 
Posted : 22/08/2017 12:40 am
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Posted by: PossiblyPale

I was tempted to do some Twin Peaks flavored reviews of the place on Trip Advisor, but thought better of it.   I don't want the poor owners of that place losing business because of my twisted sense of humor 

 

lol. Thats good old fashioned self-control

 
Posted : 22/08/2017 1:55 pm
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