Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Calm speculation (was Re: Wild Speculation)
From: tneff@bfmny0.BFM.COM (Tom Neff)
Date: 1990-10-10, 00:38

In article (Brian L. Kahn) writes:
> >All things considered (more or less) I think the biggest clue we have
> >so far is Jennifer Lynch (author of Laura's Diary) being quoted
> >somewhere that she thinks people will be really surprised when they
> >find out who the killer is.  Ben Horne is NOT surprising.  Neither is
> >Leo.  Neither Ben nor Leo did it, guaranteed.

Great, now all we have to do is figure out what it takes to surprise
Jennifer Lynch.  :-/  I mean, is "Killer Bob" supposed to be surprising?
Is Harry Truman supposed to be surprising?  Jerry?  Donna?

I mean, you certainly can't judge by THIS group's definition of
'surprising' -- just about everyone's been a suspect.

Anyone for Doc Hayward as the killer?  He might have resented Laura's
bad influence on his daughter.

Lucy?  She knows about everything seamy in Twin Peaks, and she has secrets.

The Log Lady?  She was right there, and she's nuts.

Pete Martell?  He "spotted" the body first -- when in doubt, follow the body.

Mrs. Palmer?  Certainly a nut case.

Hmm, let's do a poll.  See other message.

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