At some point during the night, Leo hit Jacques in the head with a bottle and Jacques used Leo's shirt to soak up his blood. He got his belongings out and drove away. The next morning, Laura was found dead on the shore of Black Lake , wrapped in plastic. Later, as Shelly watched news coverage on Laura's death, Leo examined the ash tray at his home, noticing that there were different types of cigarette butts.
When he questioned her, Shelly said she just smoked whatever she found at the diner, but he advised that she start smoking one brand from then on, and threatened her life if she did not so as he said. Leo was cleaning his truck the next day when Shelly came out to him. When she said she had finished doing laundry, he gave her another load and commanded her to do it then.
When Norma Jennings arrived to take Shelly to work, Leo told his wife to save him a piece of pie, for he possibly planned to go by the diner. Later, he frantically searched for the shirt Jacques had used but did not find it. He later cut open a football as Shelly got home.
He put a bar of soap into a sock and questioned her about his missing shirt before beating her. He said that he knows Shelly had been cheating on him, but he did not say if he knew with whom. He then told them to "go out for a pass" and threw the football in which he left some of the drugs they had paid for. The next day, he was visited by Sheriff Harry S. He also denied having a criminal record, but this was quickly refuted by Cooper. He said he was on the road at the time Laura was killed and said that his wife would confirm this.
He later received a call from Jacques Renault, who informed him that his brother, Bernard , was in trouble and requested Leo to pick him up.
He left as Shelly got back from work. Leo met with Benjamin Horne in the woods the next night and showed him the body of Bernard Renault, saying that he killed him. They then arranged to have Leo burn down the Packard Sawmill. Leo came home the next night and loaded gas cans into his pickup truck. He was then beaten and threatened by Hank Jennings before he went inside. He commanded Shelly to get him a beer, but when she asked him what happened, he angrily shoved her to the floor and she pulled out a pistol.
As he stalked toward her, she shot him in the arm and he fled. From his pickup truck, Leo spied on Bobby going to the Johnson home to see Shelly, who welcomed him with a hug. He aimed a rifle, waiting for a shot at Bobby, but heard a radio transmission from the sheriff's department regarding a bird and he quickly got inside his truck.
He later went outside the sheriff's station and shot Jacques's bird, Waldo. The following night, he entered his home as Shelly washed her hair in the kitchen sink.
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When she reached for her towel, Leo grabbed her and took her to the mill, where he tied her up and brought gasoline into the building. He set the bomb and showed it to Shelly, noting his plans to kill Bobby before the bomb went off in an hour. Leo went to his home and waited. Bobby soon arrived, looking for Shelly. As he tried to kill Bobby with an ax, Leo was shot through his living room window.
Leo was taken to the hospital and was hooked up to tubes, the bullet having been lodged in his spine. It was removed, but it was feared that he was possibly paralyzed.
Leo returned home days later as an invalid confined to a wheelchair. He was pushed through his home by Bobby, who bumped him into several objects as Leo was only capable of sitting, staring, and moaning. Bobby and Shelly later threw a party, celebrating his current condition as he sat and breathed into a kazoo. Bobby brought over a cake and Leo fell into it. The following day, he sat in his wheelchair at his kitchen table and began to scream. He then spat and said, "New shoes. He later continued to spit and say "new shoes" as Bobby and Mike broke the heel off of one of Leo's boots and found a micro-cassette.
Leo was wheeled into the roadhouse two days later, where Agent Cooper used "magic" to determine the identity of Laura's killer: Leland Palmer. Leo was used the next day to prop up a mirror used by Bobby as he put on one of Leo's suits. Shelly later brushed his teeth. When she went to answer a call from Bobby, Leo moved. A few days later, Leo was fed by Shelly and he spat on her.
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Later at night, he was standing on his own and grinned at Shelly as the power to their house fluctuated. As Shelly tried to escape their home, Leo managed to keep her inside. He picked up an ax and prepared to kill her, but was stopped by Bobby. Leo pinned him against the wall with the ax handle but was then stabbed in the leg by Shelly. He escaped through a hole cut in the plastic covering the home's unfinished wall. Leo wandered through the woods until he found a cabin and went inside, where a man named Windom Earle welcomed him in.
Leo woke the next morning to find that Earle had found his criminal history. Leo stood, but Earle knocked him down and pinned him, declaring Leo to be a pawn to him and he placed a shock collar on him. Earle forced him to transcribe a poem and showed him pictures of Donna, Shelly, and Audrey, asking which one would be his queen. Many people want prints of their favorite pieces. As we downsize we don't always have room for BIG art. The next best thing is a smaller pop of color placed just so. I set up online storefront called LGZazzle.
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Some fun things have been happening in Laura Gammons' studio this winter! The show features several new paintings of flora and fauna that amaze me as an artist.
- ROADIE - A True Story (at least the parts I remember).
- Beaux, Belles - grind and punishment.
The show opens March 9th during Artwalk. Hope you can come by! The theme of the show is "Free to Fly" and will feature the artist's favorite subject: birds! The opening reception for the show is the 2nd Friday in March. Come out and see the new collection and meet the artist.
Summer has been a busy season in the studio New techniques and media always intrigue artists and Laura is no exception to that rule. Layers of glaze and interference paints do some pretty magical things with light in these. This exhibit is spread out all over downtown New Bern. Laura's painting is housed at The Red Shoe.
Laura is busy painting away and looks forward to filling space in that Beautiful Gallery! This is always a very popular, feel-good show Please make the trip to the gallery in this charming little town to see art from many talented artists!! For more information about where to find Laura's art or to consult with her regarding a piece of art, please contact her at her email address.
Look for this and many others to grace our downtown area this summer! For more information on the Banner Project, please visit www. This international opportunity will ultimately result in the winner's art to be featured on their bottles water! Laura's Art2O Entry. Fifty percent of the sale price will go directly to the charity. Some of the paintings are shown here on lauragammons. This special event will run through March 31,