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The Fan Dossier: Albert Rosenfield’s Questioning Of “Señor Droolcup”

The fan fiction below was written by Cameron Cisneros and submitted to Twin Peaks: The Fan Dossier, a writing contest hosted by Welcome to Twin Peaks with the support of Flatiron Books and Mark Frost. A new entry is shared every Fan Fiction Friday.

“Oh, by the way, I personally found and talked with the waiter who delivered your glass of warm milk from that night. The world’s oldest and most decrepit room service waiter remembers nothing unusual about the night in question. No surprise there. Being 104 years old, Señor Droolcup has, shall we say, a mind that wanders.”
—Albert Rosenfield

 

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The Fan Dossier: Albert Rosenfield's Questioning Of “Señor Droolcup”

Read the transcript of Albert Rosenfield's interview with “Señor Droolcup,” a witness in the shooting of Agent Cooper in room 315 at the Great Northern.

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