The 4 bedroom and 1.5 baths residence in Everett, WA that was once the fictional home of the Palmers is now for sale. Located at 708 33rd St, Everett, WA, the house was used for its interiors in the David Lynch-directed Twin Peaks pilot and for both interior and exterior scenes in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. The living room, the dining room, the kitchen, Laura Palmer‘s bedroom,… All there and fairly recognizable. Only the establishing shot you see in the show –the one with the apple tree in the front yard– is the exterior of a house in Monroe, WA.
The asking price is $549,950, if you happen to have it! (Though, we suspect it will fetch much more — likely from a Lynch fanatic in the end.) Check out the rest of the house’s listing photos and comparison stills after the jump (or take a virtual tour with the lovely Laura in the clip below!)
The new Twin Peaks box set comes out July 29, and it includes nearly 90 minutes of never-before-seen deleted and alternate scenes from the prequel film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.
“During the last days in the life of Laura Palmer many things happened, which have never been seen before,” Lynch said in a statement. “They’re here now alongside the new transfer of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me and Twin Peaks, the television series.”
Check out a 2 minute preview of some of the deleted scenes below!
Death Waltz Recordings, the label fast becoming known for curating and reissuing classic horror soundtracks on vinyl, have announced that they will be reissuing the soundtrack to the first season of Twin Peaks as well as the show’s prequel feature film, both produced by Angelo Badalamenti.
One of our favourite things about Death Waltz‘s reissues is the care they take in their vinyl presentation, pressing colourful vinyl like this one for Season Of The Witch. For the Twin Peaks releases (via Fact Mag):
The former will be pressed onto cherry-coloured vinyl while the latter comes on coffee-coloured vinyl – a fan-pleasing detail that references Agent Dale Cooper‘s favoured sweet pie and hot beverage, respectively. Release dates and artwork haven’t been revealed yet, but Hickman notes that the sleeves are “approved by David Lynch himself”.
While we wait for an official release date, we can look forward to reissued soundtracks for B-movies Slumber Party Massacre and Forbidden World up next! Keep an eye on the Death Waltz Recordings page for more info!