Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: request for info: where is it??
From: billmors@wpi.WPI.EDU (William Britton Morse)
Date: 1990-11-02, 08:32

In article <114030012@hpcuhd.HP.COM> grega@hpcuhd.HP.COM (Number 6) writes:
> >glad@csli.Stanford.EDU (Clayton Glad):
> >
>> >>Can anyone summarize the various clues to locale that have appeared?
> >
> >That's easy.  In Cooper's first dictation to Diane, driving into town,
> >he indicates that Twin Peaks is X miles east of the state border,
> >Y miles south of the Canadian border.  Someone who still has these things
> >on tape can supply values for X and Y, but his speech places TP firmly
> >in the North-Western corner of the state.  

TP can't be based in the "northwestern" corner of the state because the
northwestern corner of the state of Washington borders on Canada and the
*Pacific Ocean*.  It must be the northeastern corner of the state where
the border is with Canada and Idaho.  By the way, the filming for the pilot
(Snoqualmie Falls, etc.) is in North Bend, which is about 40 minutes east
of Seattle on Interstate 90.

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