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Glastonbury Grove is the part of Ghostwood National Forest, where the entrance to the Black Lodge is located. It uses the name of the legendary burial place of King Arthur in England.

It has a pool of scorched oil surrounded by twelve sycamore trees in a circle.

Owl Cave map!

The Owl cave's petroglyph

Its location is shown on a petroglyph from the Owl Cave, which also indicates that when Saturn and Jupiter are aligned then the Grove opens to the Black Lodge.

Glastonbury Grove is first seen at the end of Episode 27. Not until the final episode of the series, Episode 29, was the place actually called by name, Glastonbury Grove by Agent Cooper.

Notes Edit

  • Real life Glastonbury is famous for being one of the most mystical sites in the world. It has connections with King Arthur (the Arthurian legend), Joseph of Arimathea, Glastonbury Tor, The Abbey, the Glastonbury Giants or Zodiac, the intersection of Ley Lines and Earth Energy Lines. Glastonbury is also believed to be the mythical place known in Arthurian Lore as 'The Isle of Avalon'.[1]
  • According to the original shooting scripts and later The Secret History of Twin Peaks, the spelling was "Glastonbury" but Twin Peaks: An Access Guide to the Town used the spelling "Glastonberry". The reason for the change was never given but it has been thought that the change in spelling was provided as a reference to the pies, the notable berry pies Norma Jennings could bake at the Double R Diner.

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.glastonberrygrove.net/reference/history/glstnbry/

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