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“LOST” Ashore

January 28th, 2009 by Ryan Ozawa · 8 Comments · Hawaii, Lost, Pop Culture, Technology

SPOILER ALERT! Visiting “LOST” fan Mike Sorensen stumbled across the “LOST” crew yesterday, setting up a scene on the beach near Camp Erdman, a.k.a. Othersville.  There was a makeshift hut, and luggage and debris scattered everywhere.  Though eerily familiar, it doesn’t look like this is supposed to be the disappearing beach camp, but a different, more primitive settlement. Yet, it seems to be one built by the survivors of a plane crash.  Is this a different view of the aftermath of Oceanic Flight 815?  Or something else entirely?

Special thanks to Mike for allowing me to share these photos with you!

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  • cait

    Hey there: Thanks for sharing!
    I’m going to go out on a limb and say nope, not Flight 815, ’cause there’s a shot of an old-fashioned life preserver, from a ship, leaning up against the hut. Is there any way to see what’s writing on the chest?
    thanks again.

  • Ryan

    Good thinking. Looking at another shot of the same set, the white box is labeled “Besixdouze.” Couldn’t tell you what it means, but it sure sounds French!

  • Andrea

    WIKIPEDIA –
    46610 Besixdouze (1993 TQ1) is an asteroid belonging to the asteroid belt. It was discovered by Kin Endate and Kazuo Watanabe on October 15, 1993.

    The name of the asteroid is a reference to The Little Prince, who lived on an asteroid named B612. The name Bésixdouze is the concatenation of B, six and douze, French for “B six twelve”. Also, 46610 is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal number B612.

  • Andrea

    from wikipedia – 46610 Besixdouze (1993 TQ1) is an asteroid belonging to the asteroid belt. It was discovered by Kin Endate and Kazuo Watanabe on October 15, 1993. The name of the asteroid is a reference to The Little Prince, who lived on an asteroid named B612. The name Bésixdouze is the concatenation of B, six and douze, French for “B six twelve”. Also, 46610 is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal number B612.

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  • CJones416

    just yesterday i was walking past that same beach a little farther down, and i some crew what appeared to be , probably breaking down a set at the camp (othersville), and on the otherside, there was a truck and a bunch of other workers breaking down another set, which appeared to be huts, alike the ones the others kept michael in when they captured him….

    also on the becah i found this sucker.

    http://twitpic.com/1900j

  • Arlie

    Hi
    I will be on Oahu 1st week of June 09. Any idea when shooting for this S5 Lost will be over? Any chance for me to see a lost cast member around Waikiki?
    arlie
    Southern California

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