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Desc:Lynch explains the origins of The Log Lady
Category:Educational, Arts
Tags:David Lynch, twin peaks, Log Lady
Submitted:joelkazoo
Date:05/16/09
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baleen - 2009-05-16

Induction into Twin Peaks fandom can be dated by when you first heard this story.
MrBuddy - 2009-05-16
I went to Snoqualmie just after Twin Peaks ended. In the center of town was a giant log (world's largest?) on a railroad car. I always figured The Log Lady came from the town's obsession with the timber industry. (Yes I ate cherry pie at the Mar T restaurant and the waitress told me they get them from the local grocery store.)
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