Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Who did it
From: (Maxwell Anderson Hopkins)
Date: 1990-05-01, 11:44

In article  Jon.Webb@CS.CMU.EDU writes:
 >I think
> >that following this conversation, while driving to pick up the bicycle,
> >he got Donna to tell him (Dr. Hayward ) where she hid the necklace,
which they went and
> >dug up together. (There's no way anyone could have found it just by
> >knowing the location unless they were there when James put the rock on
> >it; they would've had to be in the woods watching the two of them, and
> >it would be too malicious of Lynch to put the murderer just at the right
> >place in the woods at the right time.)

I came to similar conclusions about the, however I thought that James
dug it up. Why, you might ask?  Well, the necklace was buried at Donna's
request to protect James from the police, however James is in a secret
society with the police and really wouldn't fear them.  Also James
probably dug the necklace up to remember Laura by. He seems to have
genuine affection for Laura even though I believe that he was
investigating her to find out who  her cocaine connection is.  Along
those lines, does anyone else think that James is coozying up to Donna
to try to find the cocaine source?  About the necklace though,  I don't
think that Donna or Dr. Hayward would have any reason to dig up the