Leland Palmer was an attorney, with his primary client being local businessman Benjamin Horne. He was well-known and respected in the town of Twin Peaks. Together with his wife Sarah and his daughter Laura , his family seemed to be the perfect family, but when Laura was murdered, Leland's psychological foundations began to crumble. He experienced multiple nervous breakdowns and remained unstable for some time. Leland was born an only child.
Sarah Palmer : "DO YOU REALLY WANT TO FUCK WITH THIS?" : TwinPeaksCircleJerk
Written by Eden H. Roquelaire for Twin Peaks Freaks. The final episode of The Return was met with much controversy, with some heralding it as visionary, and others left feeling angry and cheated. Undoubtedly there were many vagaries and gray areas that people have been pondering ever since. He is trapped back in the Lodge and being punished for attempting to avoid returning to the Lodge, as his fate was meant to be by some unknown decree.
Peaking On fire! Sorry if this has already been mentioned and covered, but I was re reading the last chapter of the Final Dossier, the point at which reality starts shifting for Tammy. In it, she mentions that Sarah Palmer suffered from alcoholism and prescription medication addiction once Leland shoots himself. Tammy specifically says that the following happens in the reality in which Laura disappeared not murdered :. Sarah Palmer says to Hawk "it's a goddam bad story".