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- 1967 – Dale Cooper makes a tape recording at 3:00 a.m. following an asthma attack he suffered. He mentions that his mother told him about a dream she had where she was alone in a field as birds flew above, blocking the light. He also notes that she said "we can see things in our dreams that we can't see when we're awake."
- 1973 – Cooper records his intentions to go the entire next day without sleeping for a total of forty-eight hours awake and document his condition.
- 1975 – Cooper locates a member of the 24th Street Gang who broke his tape recorder as a child, who proceeds to abduct him. After a bizarre ordeal Cooper escapes, winding up in a local hospital.