The town of Twin Peaks has got character
“A town where a yellow light still means slow down, not speed up…”
Twin Peaks Population: 51,201
In 1989 the Twin Peaks population counts 51,201. The town is quite popular among travellers because of the well-liked Great Northern Hotel. Twin Peaks is also a top destination for people who like to go fishing or go hiking in the woods.
Notable Twin Peaks Families
Twin Peaks’ Sheriff Department
Sheriff Harry S. Truman
Secretary Lucy Moran
Reinforced by FBI special agent Dale Cooper
Twin Peaks’ bizarre characters
Some of the town’s people might come over bizarre at first but I’m sure they will welcome you with open arms.
The Log Lady carries a log. Her husband died in a fire. Most of Twin Peaks’ residents regard her as crazy. She tends to give total strangers advice which she claims comes from the log.
Dr. Jacoby is the town’s psychiatrist. He wears glasses of which one lens is blue, the other red. He collects cocktail umbrellas marked with dates of events that are important to him.
Nadine Hurley wears an eye-patch. She’s married to the owner of Big Ed’s gas station. First she got obsessed about noiseless drape runners. Now she believes she’s 17 and got enlisted for cheerleader try outs at Twin Peaks High School.
A travelling shoe sales man often visits Twin Peaks. It’s a one-armed man called Philippe Gerard. People of Twin Peaks have noticed he sometimes takes on another character and wishes to be addressed as Mike.
Twin Peaks characters: Note
Twin Peaks characters are from Twin Peaks TV series created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. This Twin Peaks characters’ study is based on research of how Twin Peaks characters appeared in Twin Peaks Season 1, Twin Peaks Season 2, Fire Walk With me, The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, The Autobiography of F.B.I. Special Agent Dale Cooper, Twin Peaks: An Access Guide to the Town, The Twin Peaks Tapes of Agent Cooper and the Twin Peaks Star Pics Cards.