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Subject: Re: What Bobby said...
From: boyajian@ruby.enet.dec.com (Cisco's Buddy)
Date: 1990-05-12, 21:10
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <20968@boulder.Colorado.EDU>, kelley@boulder.Colorado.EDU (Kelley McDonald) writes...

} when Hank beat Leo up, did he say he would take apart his "Chippy" before
> > killing him?  What is a "Chippy", was he refering to Shelly or to Leo's
> > corvette?

Shelly. "Chippy" is a slang word along the lines of "frail", "dame",
"skirt", etc., etc.

} The blood on Leo's shirt was Jacques Renault's.

It is?  No, that was Cooper's guess, based on the blood on the shirt being
the same type as Jacques'. He isn't the only one in the world with AB-.
He didn't seem the worse for wear the last time we saw him (which was at
least two-and-a-half days after Shelly found the blood-soaked shirt).

} The "Log Lady", her name is Margaret, right?

That's what it sounded like.

} Was the log saying there was an eye-witness?  "A woman's voice".

For the record, here is a transcription of the log's testimony:

    "Dark. Laughing. The owls were flying. Many things were
    blocked [?]. Laughing. Two men, two girls. Flashlights
    pass by in the woods over the ridge. The owls were near.
    The dark was...was pressing in on her. Quiet then. Later,
    footsteps. One man passed by. Screams far away. Terrible.
    Terrible. One voice."

    (Cooper) "Man or girl?"

    "Girl. Further up, over the ridge. The owls were silent."

What the log was saying was that there were screams, coming from a single
voice, a girl's. (Probably Laura's.)

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