The town where Twin Peaks was filmed has its own share of mysterious deaths

The eerie murder mystery is back for another season – but in Snoqualmie Valley, the truth can be even more frightening than fiction

Fans of David Lynch’s 1990s cult classic know the heavily wooded stretch of Southeast Reinig Road as the real-life location of a now-famous fictional sign: “Welcome to Twin Peaks, Population 51,201”.

On that same road nine years after Twin Peaks premiered, then 39-year-old Dayva Cross stabbed his wife and two of his stepdaughters to death in their rambling brown ranch house. He kept a third stepdaughter captive in his bedroom for hours, dragging her out occasionally so he could refill his wine glass.

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