The din­er in North Bend, Wash­ing­ton that serves as the exte­ri­or of the “Dou­ble R Din­er” in “Twin Peaks.” EDITOR’S NOTE: This is from an inter­view Red Dirt Report did in June 2016 with John Thorne, for­mer co-edi­tor of Wrapped in Plas­tic and now man­ag­ing edi­tor of Blue Rose Mag­a­zine: A Twin Peaks Jour­nal . OKLAHOMA CITY – Even though Twin Peaks end­ed its run in June 1991, I still had a seri­ous inter­est in the series, one that was par­tial­ly sati­at­ed by the motion pic­ture Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me in 1992, and, a lit­tle bit lat­er, com­ing across the Twin Peaks fan mag­a­zine Wrapped in Plas­tic , cre­at­ed by Craig Miller in 1992, and co-edit­ed and co-oper­at­ed by John Thorne. Approx­i­mate­ly one year ago, as the build-up for the new Twin Peaks series on Show­time was real­ly, well, build­ing up , and The Sync Book ’s “42 Min­utes” show did an inter­view focused on the return of the show, Red Dirt Report spoke with Thorne who helped Miller (who died of a heart attack in 2012, not­ed in this touch­ing arti­cle in D Mag­a­zine ) put out 75 issues of Wrapped in Plas­tic between 1992 and […]