sewhite2000 wrote:Oh my gosh, all you people who think Hawk at Glastonbury Grove is a flash-forward, you are WRONG.
I don't know why this theory is so popular. I have to have read 50 different people say this on this website. And everybody says the exact same thing: he didn't mention it to anybody! So it's a flash forward! What? I don't get it! That is a logic jump I don't see.
When the show is over, and this is not revealed to be a time-jump, all of you can let me know I was right and you were wrong.
Okay, but why was Hawk even out in Glastonbury Grove at all? He had no reason to be out there! And if he saw shimmering red curtains appear in the woods suddenly, why wouldn't he have mentioned that to someone? Tell me what happened in that episode to make Hawk go out to Glastonbury Grove in the middle of the night. It takes a much greater logical leap that he'd just happen to be out there right when the curtains appeared.
Hawk and Margaret (because of the Log, in her case) expected to see something happen in the woods that night.
IMO, this goes back to the fact that astronomy/-logy is a factor in the opening of the Lodge. In 1989, the Lodge opened for a set period of time, which could be read in the stars.
In 1989, episode 30 took place a few days after the Spring Equinox.
In 2014, Hawk's little excursion in Ghostwoods is taking place 2 days before the Autumn Equinox.
I don't think the information/lore Hawk was following, or the aim of his excursion in Ghostwoods, was directly related to his quest from the log about something missing. It's something else. I think we're about to find out soon.
I think we'll find out as well that Hawk has taken over from Harry as leader of the Bookhouse boys, and I think what he was doing in the wood was more Nez Percé/Bookhouse boy business than anything. Lodge related? Quite possibly. Cooper related? No that he knew of at the time. He might revise that opinion after what Laura wrote about the lodge and Good Cooper.