Earlier this month, we reported that the house David Lynch used as the home of poor, sad, wrapped-in-plastic Laura Palmer of Twin Peaks fame went on sale. Now a gentleman named Steven Lange—who admits that he loves Twin Peaks “more than the average man”—has put together a Kickstarter campaign to buy the property and turn it into the terrifying bed and breakfast it was always meant to be.

The Kickstarter page brags that, with over four bedrooms, the house can sleep up to eight people, all of them guaranteed to spend the evening tossing restlessly in their beds as they try to forget they’re letting their guards down in the house where this, this, and this happened. There’s also a full kitchen.

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In addition to making it into a B&B, Lange plans to use the house as a “Twin Peaks-themed event space,” which may imply reenactments of scenes from the series, Twin Peaks costume balls, and Twin Peaks viewing parties every night, all night, forever and ever.

At a cool $549,950, the house doesn’t come cheap. Lange has set a goal of $600,000. If you want to be a part of the Twin Peaks bed and breakfast solution, and not the Twin Peaks bed and breakfast problem, feel free to donate. Some of the awards include pie.

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[via The Daily Dot]