The clue hunt page seems to have a map or image layered on top. its faint but you can clearly see a compass near the bed and a coastline near the sink
Much easier activity this time, I thought. Has anyone else made it right through and got the Season 4 clue?
i just did... took me a while to find the S3 clue tho....
Clues are:S1: Pilar of Smoke, it's a picture near the bathroomS2: Henry Gale's Ballon, another picture, on the deskS3: Ping Pong, two blue ping pong things, above the bead, on the booksS4: Penny's Number, the clue is "423 Cheyenne Walk"That's it :D
yes the password is 423 Cheyenne Walkyou get a number02079460893
I made it all the way thru. Sent screenshots w/ answers & the clue to The.ODI
That's a different password to what I got. Are we just posting the outcome here then?
The other pass is: Daniel Faraday.
did you get the same number?
Looks like the same number. To be honest, I didn't pay much attention because I'm in NZ and figured someone else would call it. :)I got Daniel Faraday too. Why does that sound familiar?
Dunno, but the clues are again different, but both correct.ABC Page: 423 Cheyenne Walk, that must be Penny's AdressYahoo7 Page: Daniel Faraday, a person, maybe?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_code_207Area code 207 is most of Maine. Talbot?
faraday is studied eletricity and magnetism, he discovered the faraday´s cage, a Fadaray cage protected the computer in the swan station form the magnetism
i do not think its a phone number.....
On a hunch I went to the Maxwell Group site and entered the name and number and...........nothing happened!! Just got the same old error message!Namaste.
Disconnected number is what I got.
I dont think it is a phone number, too many digits and it starts with 0. The actual clue is:020 7946 0893, spaced like that.
020 is a london city area code, and the australian country code. definitely a phone number. it is written as though it is the country code.
If it's a phone number, it has one too many numbers. I already tried it, and got a call could not be completed as dialed message. So...I don't know, it's all very odd.
I was about to say it might be British. I think Australian numbers (with country code) would look like:0xx 0x xxxx xxxx (country code, area code, number).Penny is English, after all.
Isn't this the format of phone numbers in Europe? I know it's not American...
I saw elsewhere that Daniel Faraday will be a Season 4 character, which was why I recognised the name (reading too many spoilers!).
the number is used for the Uk, so it is a telephone number
Looks like Daniel Faraday is from Lost. http://www.tv.com/jeremy-davies/person/123978/summary.html
I just did random search for 423 cheyenne walk and came with........nothing again!! I know I'm grasping at straws but the un-aimed arrow never misses, or so they say.Namaste
just got slapped for saying that...not a spoiler..he's in the trailers and its all over the net...why would they put it in the game if its a spoiler
was anyone else shocked Sam was picking up radio transmission from 1937?
It's not a spoiler, it's a "clue" and it's part of the game!
The old broadcast seems to suggest that the old broadcast they heard on the beach was also because of the an EM field. (Presumably, there's an EM field around the ship.)
I know that EM scrambles signals but this seems to prove that it messes with the space time continuem. I know it's been speculated but this is a big clue.
Hey Pamela, Remember in S1 Sayid and Hurley are on the beach at night, and although its never said, they too pick up an old radio transmission of Benny Goodman and his big band (or someone like that) playing live somewhere. And If I remember right radio freqs. can bounce around forever.Namaste
Why the freeze frame when it cuts to the close up of the radio? Bad capture from the 815 site - although I've seen it this way on YouTube & Daily Motion....? Lazy or lack of footage editing from ABC?HIGHLY doubt it means anything, but since I edit for a living it caught my eye & bugs me.
Sorry, meant radio waves!
The radio transmission picked up by Sayid and Hurley on the beach in Season 1 is the same song on the radio when Jack is stalking his wife in Season 3. The Glenn Miller Orchestra? THAT HAS ALWAYS DRIVEN ME CRAZY! But I thought the producers said the whole time TRAVEL thing wasn't part of the plot. SO confused.
thanks dr. candle. I explained that away in my head as someone on the island controlling the broadcast.
@ pupspalsYou actually have to clic on Sam's hand to continue ¬¬, it's interactiveJust like the one where the window was opened and you needed to close it by clicking on it
People - read http://www.ofcom.org.uk/telecoms/ioi/numbers/num_drama?a=87101 - the number is fictitions, the UK equivalent of 555
There's a Cheyenne Lane in London. No Cheyenne Walk, as far as I can tell.Maybe I'm grasping for straws, but could it be a name?
There was a random comment somewhere that one of the others was named Amelia (she was in Juliet's book club)... uh, is that a coincidence? Also, didn't Goodwin have a special US military outfitted knife? It can't be as simple as a Bermuda Triangle thing can it? I am thinking that this is the boat that found the wreckage and the bodies that naomi mentioned.
it's not time travel, no. when people ask "did they travel in time?", the producers say no. this doesn't mean that transmissions can't though.really, check out the mirror moon theory.
Mr. O, they are sure trying to make us believe that this Sunda Trench IS some kind of Bermuda Triangle. And I think the elderly woman named Amelia with the Others is there to provoke us into thinking that also! But if she's alive, then who's in the cave?
dr. candle, I looked up the movie "Frequency" because I know that dealt with radio waves traveling through time and I wanted to get more of an explaination of how Sam was receiving the old radio transmission and got a reference to aurora borealis which is an EM event and when I looked that up it referenced Michael Faraday's studies and, well, our new character on the show is Daniel Faraday. Did I discover anything new for the game? Not really, but thanks to the ARG I learned something this evening.I wonder how Sam knows Penny.
Did anyone else notice the ghostly voice right after you click to get to the next part of the video? It sounds like "soon" and then trails off... "SOON (you will)" or something?
The News in the radio is about Amelia Earhart, she was the fist woman to cross the atlantic sea by plane, and she wanted to be the fist woman to fly around the world, but she desapear next to Papoa, Lost has a reference of Het in the episode Not in portland, there a a aviation company named "HERATAT Aviation"witch is a obivius anagram.http://www.ameliaearhart.com/
Pamela, knowledge is power! I was trying to find a transcript of the ep. with Said and Hurley on the beach with the radio. But I think I'll dust off S1 DVD's and watch it with captioning and see if it gives a date or other useful(?) info about the broadcast they hear.Namaste!
Amelia´s Achievements- January 3, 1921 - Began flying lessons with Neta Snook- July 1921 - Bought first plane, Kinner Airster (Canary)- October 22, 1922 - Broke women's altitude record when she rose to 14,000 feet- June 17-18, 1928 - First woman to fly across the Atlantic; 20hrs 40min (Fokker F7, Friendship)- Summer 1928 - Bought an Avro Avian, a small English plane famous because Lady Mary Heath, Britain's foremost woman pilot had flown it solo from Capetown, South Africa to London- Fall 1928 - Published book 20 Hours 40 Minutes, toured and lectured; became aviation editor of Cosmopolitan magazine- August 1929 - Placed third in the First Women's Air Derby, aka the Powder Puff Derby; upgraded from her Avian to a Lockheed Vega- Fall 1929- Elected as an official for National Aeronautic Association and encouraged the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI) to establish separate world altitude, speed and endurance records for women- June 25, 1930 - Set women's speed record for 100 kilometers with no load, and with a load of 500 kilograms- July 5, 1930 - Set speed record for of 181.18mph over a 3K course- September 1930 - Helped to organize and became vice president of public relations for new airline, New York, Philadelphia and Washington Airways- April 8, 1931 - Set woman's autogiro altitude record with 18,415 feet (in a Pitcairn autogiro)- May 20-21, 1932 - First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic; 14 hrs 56 min (it was also the 5th anniversary of Lindberg's Atlantic flight; awarded National Geographic Society's gold medal from President Herbert Hoover; Congress awarded her the Distinguished Flying Cross; wrote For The Fun of It about her journey- August 24-25, 1932 - First woman to fly solo nonstop coast to coast; set
- August 24-25, 1932 - First woman to fly solo nonstop coast to coast; set women's nonstop transcontinental speed record, flying 2,447.8 miles in 19hrs 5min- Fall 1932 - Elected president of the Ninety Nines, a new women's aviation club which she helped to form- July 7-8, 1933 - Broke her previous transcontinental speed record by making the same flight in 17hrs 7min- January 11, 1935 - First person to solo the 2,408-mile distance across the Pacific between Honolulu and Oakland, California; also first flight where a civilian aircraft carried a two-way radio- April l9 - 20, 1935 - First person to fly solo from Los Angeles to Mexico City; 13hrs 23min- May 8, 1935 - First person to fly solo nonstop from Mexico City to Newark; 14hrs 19min- June 1, 1937 - Began flight around the world June 1937; first person to fly from the Red Sea to India
Does anyone else hear what sounds like reverse audio at around 00:56? It sounds reversed and possibly 1/2 speed...maybe someone with better audio skills could verify. It certainly sounds like something out of the ordinary for that portion of the video.
dr. candle- it's Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller, got it from Lostpedia:http://lostpedia.com/wiki/Musiccomes from about 1939:http://lostpedia.com/wiki/Moonlight_Serenade
here is the song:http://youtube.com/watch?v=rZmB988vvSI
I paused tonight's video where there's the closeup of the radio in Sam's hands as he was attempting to find a clear signal. I was surprised when the audio of the radio buzzing continued even when the video was paused. I realized there was a repetitive pattern. Could it be a message in morse code? Morse code is certainly linked to Amelia Earhart. I captured the audio:http://kristin.newdream.net/find815/morse_code.mp3
I noticed that too, but forgot in my frenzy to find clues! Someone see if it translates?
I'm too lazy to make major comments now, but the moment in which Sayid and Hurley pick up the "old" transmission happened near the end of Season 2's "The Long Con", so don't clean the dust of your Season 1 DVD's for now. 8P
I got the number. I looked for country codes and got mostly error messages but I tried an Anartica and it worked.....alas my phone can't make out of country codes.
Scratch that....out of country calls.
Also in the message puzzle, 'somebody' (can't remember name) Hanso was the cap/owner of the ships including the back rock, which crased on the island while being piolted by capt. hanso.....the island which Darhma is on.....which s funded by the Hanso Foundation. HANSO!?!?!?!Its repeated that the others were on the were on the island long before Darhma. Could this be the crew of the Black Rock?Just throwing out ideas. What do y'all think?
Could someone post the radio message transcript please? I don't have audio here at workThx so much
There is an hidden sentence in the radio message. Accelerated by 2 you can hear "it's the boat".
The capt name was Magnus Hanso.
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