We are finally nearing the end of Annie Blackburn's journey. Cameron Cloutier has been working incredibly hard for a couple of years now to ensure that we have a little more Twin Peaks themed content to enjoy - and so that we can finally have the all important question answered, "How's Annie?".
I dress myself how you adore,
Hello everyone. I decided to do something slightly different and pull together all the best news in the Twin Peaks world from the last few months. I sometimes find that when my life gets busy I fall behind with some of these updates so I made an effort to find out all the recent goodies, and share them for anyone else who is also falling behind. It seems that, however far away from new content we are, there are always things going on in this community for us to enjoy.
Knife crime is rapidly becoming one of the main threats to youth in the UK, especially in large cities. Cases are especially predominant in London, Birmingham, and Manchester and are reaching record highs. The government is not doing much to tackle this issue, so this is likely to be a substantial problem for the foreseeable future.
Hellooooooooooo to you all! Here I am with another update. It's over two years now since the airing of The Return, and more than ever I have been enjoying the engagement and the enthusiasm of fans in many of the groups across the internet. We all have our own way of appreciating the show—be it podcasts, artwork, crafts, or lengthy discussions. Some of us go the extra mile in an attempt to unite the factions of the fanbase and create things that we can all enjoy. One of those people is Cameron Cloutier, owner of Youtube channel Obnoxious and Anonymous. Throughout The Return, I and many others would turn to his channel each week for a discussion about the new episode, and a nice place to chat about Twin Peaks with likeminded individuals.
It's been a little while since I last wrote about Queen of Hearts, but in the meantime film-maker Cameron Cloutier has been hard at work making his vision—the vision that became our collective shared vision when he decided to crowdsource this film—a reality.