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Published April 15, 2006 in Television
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of ABC
It seems that people are beginning to crack the mystery behind LOST. After EW posted their report on the paranormal being named in control of everything, people have come forward with their own theories, leaks and possible answers.

LOST Answers and Theories

After catching last Wednesday's episode of LOST, one that gave away a fair amount of new information, I begun to scan the internet for the latest theories to surface.

Though I was only expecting theories and wild guesstimations (yes, I know this isn't a real word), it turns out that some of the mystery behind LOST may soon be cracked; if it isn't already.

Just in case you missed it last episode, our little Rose gives up a secret of her own; a secret that directly coincides with the same medical miracle that Locke experienced.

Read Rose & Locke

Two new leaked images from the set of LOST suggest that two new castaways might be meeting their maker in the upcoming episode on April 26th (or another episode in S2). The image shows a bunch of graves dug out right next to the church with two already filled in.

Read Two More Dead for LOST

Somebody has solved the mystery behind the series of numbers. Using the Becker-Hagens Planetary Grid System, the numbers give the exact location of the island, and explain why everything is drawn out in a hexagonal format.

Read Numbers for LOST Solved

That's all the LOST updates for this Easter weekend. Have a great holiday!

Stay tuned for updates.

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