'The Bookhouse Boys':
"Diane, 12:01 A.M. Black Lake Cemetery. A new day for all but the
dead. *owl hoots in background* Sorry folks. In the recorded history
of mans organized attempts to civilize this planet and, more specifically,
their communities, men have always formed groups, clubs or societies,
often cloaked in secrecy, to protect and preserve certain elements
within their social structure."
"Twin Peaks is no different. Sheriff Truman, Hawk, Big Ed, James
Hurley and others, unknown to me, have taken up that mantle. They
call themselves, ‘The Bookhouse Boys.’ Defenders in what appears
to be an age-old fight against a kind of darkness in the woods surrounding
this town. This is clearly a place that inspires dreaming about
darkness and light. And who knows what dreams are real?"
"Deputy Hawk spoke tonight of a soul that wanders, a dream soul,
a Blackfoot legend. With her burial today, I hope Laura’s spirit
finds more peace wherever it is now than it did in its brief time
on this earth."