Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Who Killed Emerald Palmer?
From: (Rich Rosen)
Date: 1990-05-07, 22:48

In article <>, (Cisco's Buddy)
> > } How?  Mistaken identity is not any pathological syndrome of which I am
> > } aware. Dental records could tell them apart, but he'd have to decide to
> > } doubt the positive identifications by people who knew her well to go to the
> > } inconvenient step of checking dental records.  What he was after was how
> > } the girl died, not who she was.
> > 
> > Except that if he was thorough enough to discover particles of pumice on
> > the back of her neck, he was *bound* to notice that her hair was dyed,
> > or discovered traces of hair dye.

As has been mentioned numerous times before, it would be hardly be unexpected,
inappropriate, or otherwise bad form for part of the story to hinge upon
Albert, that swell guy and self-important snotnosed twit he, being WRONG, being
so goddamned cocksure of himself and how much better he is than the local
hayseed police force that he just plain MISSES something (perhaps even
something that [Ubizmo forbid], Truman DOES catch).

Sorry if this sounds a little too double entendrish.  Look for significance
where there's none intended...
"This isn't an argument... it's just contradiction."	Rich Rosen
"No it isn't."