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‘Twin Peaks’ is back after 26 years, but it never really left these misty, moody towns

Snoqualmie Falls — Photos of the iconic Snoqualmie Falls in Washington state, as seen in the "Twin Peaks" opening credits. Photo by Joshua Barajas/PBS NewsHour The logging town of Twin Peaks never really existed. Like most settings of fictional television shows, the characters exist in spaces that are in part filmed on location and in part on a Hollywood lot. The influential 1990 TV drama “Twin Peaks,” made by David Lynch and Mark Frost, which returns for a belated third season this week, is no different.
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