Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Your favorite, Lost clues and a note about Ghost Hunters.

For those of you who haven’t completely given up on Lost (like Bratch and Big Kev) and those of you who don’t watch the episodes over and over and over again looking for clues as to what the f is really going on, here’s some help. I found this on Yahoo today as I was making my daily news rounds. At first I thought is was going to be about tonight’s show which will focus mainly on the “tailies” as they are being called on line, the people in the tail of the plane who crashed on another part on the island. Instead I found some interesting clues, some of which I will share with you, the others you can click the link and see for yourself.

Last week, if you haven’t seen the episode stop reading now……………………………………..Shannon was killed, at least that is what we are led to believe. She once again sees a water covered Walt saying something that no one seems to be able to make out. Well, apparently someone with too much time on his or her hands recorded what Walt said and then played it backwards. It sounds as though Walt is saying, “They’re coming, and they’re close.” Did he mean Ana Lucia and the tailies? Or does he mean the others? Is Walt dead or alive? I am afraid we won’t find out for years.

Another thing that really interested me was that in last week’s episode you can see Jack’s dad hurrying into his scrubs. Shannon’s dad died in a car accident. Jack met his future wife after a car accident in which the driver of the other vehicle was killed. Could that driver have been Shannon’s dad?

If that isn't interesting enough, apparently Hurley’s boss at the fast food restaurant, Randy, was also Locke’s boss at the box factory. What this all means, I do not know. Also pointed out in the article is the fact that many of the survivors have daddy problems. Jack, Locke, Sun, Jin, Shannon all have some kind of shame or sadness or tragic memories associated with their fathers.

Here are some clues about Hurley’s numbers. Take the numbers, 4,8,15,16, 23, and 42 and add them together and you get the number 108. That is the number of minutes that you have to enter the seperate numbers into the computer or...something happens, we think. More crazy numbers stuff that only real geeks have time to find out. The most interesting, uh, coincident I guess you would say is that the numbers 4,8,15,16,23, and 42 all have been retired by the New York Yankees, though the article makes sure to point out that there are also other numbers that have been retired by the Yankees.. Also, there are 108 stitches on a Major League baseball, 108 is the amount of time in minutes it takes for some satellites to orbit the earth, 108 is the number of beads on a Buddhist prayer strand.

What does all this mean? I have no frickin’ idea. I just thought it was really interesting to see some of the stuff people are looking for when it comes to this show. If you would like to see a few more, click the title for a link to the complete story. I wonder how many of these things have anything to do at all with the real answers or if these are things that overworked imaginations are picking out of the air. I also wonder if the creators of the show are keeping up with these and are going to incorporate these things into the show when they had no prior intention. I wonder if they even knew about some of these things.

I believe we will find that all of these people are connected in some way. Whether they are connected by the experiences that they have gone through separately but seem to share or because they have all had a quick instance in which they were in the same room. Whatever is going on, I hope tonight’s episode will give us more answers. It is a special extended episode, that’s a lot of time to fill and not give us something. Also for those of you with DVRs or even prehistoric DVRs called VCRs, on the SciFi channel tonight starting at 6 PM Central and running until 10PM Central there is a Ghost Hunters marathon. I have already seen the episodes that are on tonight and I recommend you check that out if you are interested in ghosts and the supernatural. Enjoy!!!!

1 comment:

my_merlin77 said...

Finally! I think JJ Abrams is reading this site. The last episode is paced faster. It was like the entire first season in one show. I admit it is too fast for regular, but at least he didn't drag that crap out.