Clue No 2: An interoffice Memorandum from Gordon Cole to an unknown special agent
Both Showtime and the creators of the new Twin Peaks TV show have been scarce with information, until now. On July 27, 2016 Mark Frost shared via Twitter a new teaser video for his upcoming novel ‘The Secret History of Twin Peaks’.
Mark Frost’s new book is believed to be an entry point to Twin Peaks Season 3 and a must read for any true Twin Peaks fan. The newly released video contains clues for Twin Peaks fans taking the effort of reading the shown documents.
New Video – ‘The Secret History of Twin Peaks’
Mark Frost’s ‘The Secret History of Twin Peaks’ is promoted as the story millions of fans have been waiting for more than 25 years. The upcoming book will tell about the findings of a female FBI Agent T. P. who is asked to investigate a box that holds documents on the strange town of Twin Peaks.
Mark Frost’s book promo video has fans around the world contemplating on what the shown documents are telling us about where the new Twin Peaks TV show is heading.
Twin Peaks Season 3: Clue No. 2
The retrieved box is accompanied by an interoffice memorandum from Gordon Cole. The letter says all material in the box is confident and for FBI agent T.P.’s eyes only. Classified three levels above top secret.
The dossier was recovered on July 17, 2016 at a crime scene that is still under active investigation. Gordon Cole wants to find the person or persons responsible for compiling the dossier.
The content of the dossier seems to have some relationship to an investigation conducted by Special Agent Dale Cooper, who worked under Gordon Cole’s command at that time.
The 1989 murder case of a young woman named Laura Palmer is considered closed but certain aspects of it may be relevant to analysing the content of this newly found dossier. That’s why special agent T.P. is also granted access to Agent Cooper’s files and tapes.
New female FBI agent protagonist of new Twin Peaks TV show?
Dale Cooper seems to be no longer working for Gordon Cole. Has Cooper quit the FBI? Or has Cooper just changed supervisor?
It looks like, in Twin Peaks Season 3, the new female FBI agent might be leading the investigation. The memorandum’s P.S. certainly hints on more to do for agent T.P. once she finishes examination of the box’ content.
If the new Twin Peaks TV show is going to be a whodunit, the person leading the investigation will be the protagonist. Chances are that will be agent T.P., not agent Dale Cooper.
This leaves us with one important question…
Who will play this new, female FBI agent in the new Twin Peaks TV show?
As the protagonist will largely determine the viewer’s perspective, personally I’d like to see some kind of female version of Agent Cooper. Showing the same quirkiness and unorthodox methods.
As I come to think of it, Gordon Cole might want someone with the same openness of mind and modus operandi to lead the new investigation.
In our next blog post we will be exploring more of the material shown in ‘The Secret History of Twin Peaks’ video!