This was the last confirmed sighting of Hazel Drew before her lifeless and bloated body was discovered floating face down in Teal’s Pond four days later. Cause of death: a blow to the back of the head, her skull crushed with a blunt, unknown weapon. In her gloved hand, Hazel idly swung her black-trimmed straw hat, decorated with three large plumes and a monogrammed pin with the letter H. Hazel and Frank exchanged salutations.
Hazel's brutal murder was all but forgotten - until she inspired 'Twin Peaks'The tony resort community of Sand Lake in upstate New York roasted in 90-degree heat for the third straight day on July 7, 1908, when 20-year-old Hazel Irene Drew walked along a remote section of Taborton Road. Heavily wooded, this stretch out by Teal's Pond was popular with squirrel hunters, campers and fishermen looking for bait, but it was risky business for a young woman like Hazel to be alone at night.
(1) Who was known as The Professor? (2) What is the name of the drink that Sid serves Cooper, Harry, and Judge Clinton Sternwood? (3) What is the formal name of the hangout referred to by the locals as The Roadhouse? (4) Multiparter: On his way in to Twin Peaks, Cooper tells Diane he stopped for lunch where, and had what to eat and drink, for a total cost of how much? (5) What two streets intersect at the stoplight frequently depicted in the series?