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Annie Blackburn (Character)
from "Twin Peaks" (1990)

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"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.22" (1991)
Annie Blackburn: [praying] Our bones are scattered at the grave's mouth / As when one cutteth wood upon the earth / But mine eyes are unto thee, O God the Lord: / In thee is my trust: leave not me / Keep me from the snares they have laid for me / And the gins of the workers of iniquity / Let the wicked fall into their own nets / Whilst that I withal escape.

Annie Blackburn: [talking backwards; subtitled] Dale... I saw the face of the man who killed me.
Dale Cooper: Annie? The face of the man who killed you?
Annie Blackburn: [talking backwards] It was my husband.
Dale Cooper: Annie?
Annie Blackburn: [talking backwards] Who's Annie? It's me.
[the Caroline doppelgänger appears]
Caroline: [talking backwards] It's me. It's me.
Dale Cooper: Caroline?
Annie Blackburn: [reappears; talking backwards] You must be mistaken. I'm alive.

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
Annie Blackburn: [to Laura] My name is Annie. I've been with Dale and Laura. The good Dale is in the lodge and can't leave. Write it in your diary.

"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.21" (1991)
Annie Blackburn: I'd like to quote these words from Chief Seattle, leader of the Suquamish tribe. "Your dead are soon forgotten and never return. Our dead never forget the beautiful world that gave them being. They still love its verdant valleys, its murmuring rivers, its majestic mountains." When the last red man has vanished from this earth, these forests and shores will still hold their spirits. For the Indians love the earth as a newborn loves its mother's heartbeat. Why have we all lost touch with this beauty? Maybe saving a forest starts with preserving some of the feelings that die inside us every day - those parts of ourselves that we deny. For if we cannot respect that interior land, then neither can we respect the land we walk. So let us, in walking gently upon the earth, leave behind a simple legacy: that we're new warriors, mystic warriors, who love the earth, and try to save it. Thank you very much.