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The Everett, Washington house that director David Lynch used as the Palmer family's residence in the cult TV series Twin Peaks is up for sale. (File) (Kevin Winter, 2014 Getty Images)
The Everett, Washington house that director David Lynch used as the Palmer family's residence in the cult TV series Twin Peaks is up for sale. (File) (Kevin Winter, 2014 Getty Images)
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Updated: 7/02 11:05 am

The house that served as the Palmer family's residence in the cult TV series "Twin Peaks" is up for sale. Tragic Laura Palmer's home in Everett, Washington, is on the market for a little under $550,000. Director David Lynch used the exterior and interior of the home for the drama's pilot episode and the film "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me."

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