Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: incontinuity?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (William Sherman)
Date: 1990-11-02, 12:53
Reply-to: email@example.com (William Sherman)
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org.Buffalo.EDU> email@example.com writes:
> > If Sara was the source/inspiration for the sketch of BOB, which
> > is rendered by Hawk from her dream/vision, why isn't Leland
> > aware of this? It seems to me that she would certainly tell her
> > husband about her vision and he would certainly want to see the
> > drawing of his daughter's killer. Why then is the first sight he
> > has of the sketch later with the OAM? Also, if the sketch was
> > drawn before the murder of Jacques, why then did Leland kill
> > Jacques? If he saw the sketch, he would know BOB was the killer!
My impression was that when Sarah was telling
Andy and Harry about BOB, Leland was ridiculing her supposedly psychic
vision. So perhaps he didn't think that the vision would have any
connection to reality (such as it is), so he didn't look at it.
Also, hsaw the sketch when he was in Ben's office, and the OAM
was nowhere around.
Andy did the sketch; Hawk was upstairs with Leland, searching Laura's
Another far-fetched explanation (which might sit well with those who
believe that Leland was molested in childhood) is that it took Leland
a few days before a repressed memory of BOB could surface. When he
said, "I know that man!" it was far from casual.
>> Bill Sherman firstname.lastname@example.org <<
"The equality pi3(S2)=pi3(S3) ... was one of the main sensations of the early
thirties." _Homotopic Topology_, by Fomenko, Fuchs and Gutenmacher; p. 68