Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: THE TWIN PEAKS SOLUTION (serious)
From: scott@bbxsda.UUCP (Scott Amspoker)
Date: 1990-10-12, 14:36
In article email@example.com (John Clayton Webster) writes:
> >Unfortunately, a very strong spolier is required here. My fanatical
> >friends and I honestly believe this explaination to be true....
> >[vampire theory deleted]
As much as I hate to admit it, it's one of the best I've heard. (In
fact, I once described TP to someone as "Dark Shadows meets Dynasty").
The vampire theory has some advantages:
It ties together the supernatural elements in a classical
way instead of a yuppy-90's way.
The killer could be anybody. Coop is looking for clues in
all the wrong places.
There could be more than one killer (already a pet theory of mine).
After they "solve" Laura's murder they still have serious occult
problem on their hands therefore allowing the series to continue.
We can then start wondering who's "one of them" and who's not. (Hint:
rememeber the scene with Josie smearing blood on her lips).
We can have a end-of-season cliff hanger where Coop becomes
"one of them". (Ooops. that's been done :-)
Oh well, thanks for the ideas.
p.s. assuming they are paralleling classic story lines, then it is
almost certain that Doc Hayward is "one of them".
-- Scott Amspoker Basis International, Albuquerque, NM (505) 345-5232 unmvax.cs.unm.edu!bbx!bbxsda!scott