Twin Peaks fans, there's no reason to be The Man from Another Place any longer because if you've got $549K you can be The Man (or Woman) From The Place That Laura Palmer Used To Live. The Everett house used for interiors in the show's pilot episode as well as the film 'Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me' has hit the market and is ready to be the home base for all your fever dreams and day terrors. The folks at Welcome To Twin Peaks have done the Lord's work (or is it BOB's work?) and matched actual home interiors with scenes from the show/movie, just so you can take the open house tour and stand exactly where Lara Flynn Boyle once stood, you lucky dog. Interior shots after the jump...
· 708 33rd St, Everett [Estately]
· Laura Palmer's House from 'Twin Peaks' is For Sale in Everett, WA [Seattle Weekly]
· Laura Palmer's House As Seen In Twin Peaks For Sale [WTTP]