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by gavriloP
Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:13 pm
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

Also I just remembered. In FWWM Mike (Aka Phillip Gerard) has the ring too. So either the two know each other or there is a multiple ring scenario like you suggest. The way I've understood the journey of the ring in FWWM is as follows: First Theresa got the ring from someone, probably Chalfonts/Tre...
by gavriloP
Fri Nov 18, 2016 6:01 am
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

If the dossier is made by Cooper/BOB, I think we should find some letter clues like we did with Leland/BOB. you know the R, B and T. Name Robert itself is there in form of Jacoby's brother. Also it would make sense that Cooper/BOB would like to erase all real clues and facts about Black Lodge incide...
by gavriloP
Fri Nov 18, 2016 1:50 am
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

I can't believe Windom Earle has anything to do with this. His powers are stripped away, and he never actually even had them. He is not lodgefolk, just simple man who thought too much of himself. But he is omitted from the book. The only person who would gain from these misleadings would be Cooper/B...
by gavriloP
Thu Nov 17, 2016 12:53 pm
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

Yep, Briggs gets Windom's message through Sarah in Double R. That is another huge anomaly in the book considering the message: Windom Earle invites Major Briggs to Black Lodge where he is waiting with Dale Cooper. At minimum Briggs should mention this. Only logical explanation would be that someone ...
by gavriloP
Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:17 pm
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

I noticed that too just now! I also wrote something about souls in wood in the inconsistencies thread. Especially the fact that Briggs don't mention that at all in the book even though it was very troubling for him in the series is very strange. He also omits the very important line "the owls a...
by gavriloP
Wed Nov 16, 2016 2:51 pm
Forum: Books
Topic: SPOILERS: Inconsistencies in the Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 103
Views: 20495

Re: SPOILERS: Inconsistencies in the Secret History of Twin Peaks

On the series there is this vague idea of souls trapped in the trees. We see it literally with Josie and perhaps with Margaret Lanterman's Log. Also Major Briggs talks about this in sheriff's office after his "abduction". In book it is shortly mentioned by Jack Parsons when he talks about ...
by gavriloP
Wed Nov 16, 2016 1:47 pm
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

You're right that it has to be intentional. I couldn't find this kind of keyset after some googling. It is also very interesting that the model has german keyset. It seems most of the old portable typewriters didn't have that number 1 key and clearly The Archivist didn't have that either. So it seem...
by gavriloP
Wed Nov 16, 2016 1:23 pm
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

Here's the real Smith-Corona Super G that The Archivist used according to agent TP: http://thingummery.blogspot.fi/2012/06/baby-you-can-drive-my-typewriter.html As you can see, it doesn't have 1 key either. Not to nitpick, but that's not even close the the one pictured in the novel. The one picture...
by gavriloP
Wed Nov 16, 2016 10:05 am
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

Here's the real Smith-Corona Super G that The Archivist used according to agent TP:http://thingummery.blogspot.fi/2012/06/baby-you-can-drive-my-typewriter.html

As you can see, it doesn't have 1 key either.
by gavriloP
Wed Nov 16, 2016 7:28 am
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

Finally read the book and I'm not sure what to think of it. But considering the TYPEWRITER: While it is true that old Underwoods didn't have number 1 the same goes for Corona Super G that TP says The Archivist used. So the only clear mistake in the book is the image of other Corona typewriter which ...
by gavriloP
Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:20 am
Forum: Books
Topic: The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Replies: 1752
Views: 236435

Re: SPOILERS: The Secret History of Twin Peaks

I haven't read the book yet, I just ordered it from online bookstore here in Finland but I'd like to say something about this "drama" here :) For starters, there seems to be certain school of thought among some fans that Lynch is this amazing architect who builds his perfect worlds where e...
by gavriloP
Mon Aug 01, 2016 1:37 am
Forum: Books
Topic: 'The Secret History of Twin Peaks' novel by M. Frost 10/18
Replies: 1683
Views: 282360

Re: 'The Secret History of Twin Peaks' novel by M. Frost 10/18

About audiobooks: aren't they usually meant for blind people and people who have problems with their eyesight? That's the case at least in my country. I mean, there's no need for fancy pictures if you can't see them. Or am I way off?
by gavriloP
Sat Jul 25, 2015 3:12 am
Forum: Hap's Diner
Topic: True Detective
Replies: 46
Views: 11924

Re: True Detective

There was this Twilight Zone type show called Outer Limits that tried to tie all the individual episodes together, but that was pretty hokey and clearly not intentional from the beginning :) True Detective could go this route and I would love that, but I'm sure if it is the case Pizzolatto won't dis...
by gavriloP
Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:33 am
Forum: Hap's Diner
Topic: True Detective
Replies: 46
Views: 11924

Re: True Detective

Pizzolato seems very open in interviews, but of course we know that when artists talk about their works, they don't always reveal everything even if it seems so. And he knows that he wouldn't been taken serious in mainstream if he would've gone openly lovecraftian. I do agree with the notion that th...
by gavriloP
Mon Jul 20, 2015 2:15 pm
Forum: Hap's Diner
Topic: True Detective
Replies: 46
Views: 11924

Re: True Detective

No it wasn't. He wasn't answering to any accusations, he just told about his affection about the Lovecraftian genre it's writers. He mentioned Ligotti because he thought he deserved more "fame" so to speak. Well, I did the google and found the interview article from early february 2014, wh...

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