Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: The Message
From: hafken@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (David Hafken)
Date: 1990-10-07, 21:41
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article  yacullo@remus.rutgers.edu (Mike Yacullo) writes:
> >
> >Has anyone considered the possibility that the message Bobby's father
> >showed Cooper was NOT from outer space, but rather some 'unseen
> >force/personna/whatever'  had simply used Mr. Briggs computer to send
> >a message?

This is what I believe -- it is much more plausible.  Now I know that word
has no meaning when we are talking about Twin Peaks, but I don't think even
David Lynch would try to have us believe that this message was sent from a
distant galaxy, meaning the actual message would have to have been sent
hundreds if not thousands of years before Major Briggs recieved it. (Unless
of course, time travel is involved here).

I think it makes much more sense that some outside person or supernatural being
used this opportunity to send Cooper a message through Briggs, which I think
_is_ significant.

Dave


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