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267; goods (or wreckage) on the sea bed that is attached to a buoy so that it can be recovered, or simply goods or materials found or left on the sea floor.

71; at coroner's office

L'Amour, Louis (1908-1988)
148; author of "Western" fiction

Landers, Ann
215; advice columnist

Land of the Pygmies

237; "presentable young lady in a paisley minidress and white plastic boots" at the Kismet in Las Vegas

Laurel, Stan

Lawrence of Arabia

Laszlo and Ilsa
Humphrey Bogard, as Rick Blaine, in the 1942 film Casablanca helps Victor Laszlo, a Czech resistance leader, escape from the Nazis and in the process falls in love with Laszlo's wife, Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), with whom he'd been involved before she met and married Laszlo. In the end, Ilsa and Laszlo leave Casablanca on a plane, and Rick stays behind; 360

104; See Sortilege

Leeway, Petunia
13; "a stunner in a starched cap and micro-length medical outfit" who sort of does reception for Doc and Dr. Buddy Tubeside; 145

44; bassist in Beer

101; "Atlantis of the Pacific"; 105; 109; "It isn't just a place" 167; "dark metallic gray promontory" in downtown LA, 315; "risen and redeemed" (in Doc's dream), 341; California as an ark for those escaping Lemuria, 352; See Mount Shasta and the Lemurian Connection

66; riding with Bigfoot at Wolfmann residence

Let's Make a Deal

Lewton, Val
261; I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

220; his "necktie covered with thousands ... of magenta and green sequins in a piano-keyboard pattern"; 344

Lighthouse Cafe, the
297; Coy Harlingen spotted there by Scott Oof

Li'l T-Rex
183; one of Tito Stavrou's creditors

208; Swedish pancakes with; the Vaccinium vitis-idaea &151; often called lingonberry and also called cowberry, foxberry, mountain cranberry, csejka berry, red whortleberry, lowbush cranberry, mountain bilberry, partridgeberry.

Linus's Tavern
354; where Doc meets Sauncho to observe the Golden Fang; 359

Little Anthony & the Imperials
300; Little Anthony & The Imperials is a rhythm and blues/soul/doo-wop vocal group from New York, first active in the 1950s. "Tears on My Pillow" (1958) was their first hit single. Sample lyric:

If we could start anew, I wouldn't hesitate
I'd gladly take you back, and tempt the hand of fate
Tears on my pillow, pain in my heart, caused by you

195; a brand of dog food

Locard's Exchange Principle
213; "every contact leaves traces"

Long Branch Saloon
254; the saloon where Miss Kitty worked, in the TV series Gunsmoke (1955-1975) was a western which took part in Dodge City, Kansas

Loosemeat, Leonard Jermaine
264; aka El Drano, found dead

Lourdes and Motella
See Rodriguez, Lourdes and Haywood, Motella

Lunchwater case

Lupino, Ida
59; Anglo-American actress and director, self-described as "the poor man's Bette Davis"; Pynchon trivia: she directed the pilot episode of 'Giligan's Island'

59; "presentable young Chicana" maid at Wolfmann's; contacts Doc, 142;

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