The New ‘Twin Peaks’ Teasers Will Dredge Up Some Of Your ’90s Nightmares — VIDEOS

It’s happening again — or so the new Twin Peaks teaser trailers will have you believe. What’s actually happening in the Twin Peaks revival, however, isn’t clear at all. In typical David Lynch fashion, we have no idea what’s going on in the new Twin Peaks. Partially because, quite seriously, no one has told us anything, and partially because, well, it’s David Lynch we’re talking about. The Lynchian spirit is nothing if not enigmatic. Luckily, there are a few newly released Twin Peaks teasers to tide you over.

The revival premiers on Showtime in May, and since it was first announced over two years ago, a few teasers have entered the airwaves. They’ve all been equally as mysterious. Here’s what we do know so far: The series will be 18 episodes long. The events will take place 25 years later — in 2016. The population appears to (somehow) still be 51,201. And everything is still creepy as hell. “It is not a remake. The story continues,” co-writer and co-creator Mark Frost told TVLine. “The seeds of where we go were planted where we’ve been.”

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Winston Churchill’s views on aliens revealed in lost essay – BBC News

A newly unearthed essay by Winston Churchill reveals he was open to the possibility of life on other planets.The 11-page typed draft, probably intended for a newspaper, was updated in the 1950s but never published.

In the 1980s, the essay was passed to a US museum, where it sat until its rediscovery last year.

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The Latest Opinion: White House issues list of 78 attacks that media was ignoring

The White House has released a list of 78 attacks it describes as “executed or inspired by” the Islamic State group.

The White House says most did not get sufficient attention.

The list includes incidents like a truck massacre in Nice that killed dozens and received widespread attention, as well as less high-profile incidents in which nobody was killed.

The AP could not verify that each of the incidents had connections to the Islamic State group.

President Donald Trump claimed during a speech earlier Monday that the media was deliberately ignoring attacks.

Trump said that, “in many cases, the very, very dishonest press doesn’t want to report it,” adding, “They have their reasons.”

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Hitler’s Phone Recovered From Berlin Nazi Bunker To Be Sold At Auction

The phone, which was recovered from the Fuhrerbunker in Berlin in May 1945 and features the engraved name of the dictator on it, will be sold by Alexander Historical Auctions in Maryland and is estimated to fetch between $200,000 and $300,000.

“It would be impossible to find a more impactful relic than the primary tool used by the most evil man in history.” Alexander Historical Auctions said in a statement.

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