A bizarre-o theory on how LOST could end....
I'm always wondering if there are people out there who have much more time to devote to LOST than I do. Turns out, there are. I found this article on http://pedrowatcher.freedomblogging.com/2009/01/23/want-to-know-how-lost.... It's an interesting theory. Here's an excerpt:
...“There was never a plane crash, and nobody has ever died,” the Spy revealed. “None of the people ever knew each other before they entered [the] office of a psychiatrist who does experimental hypnosis therapy.
“And it’s for people who have lost someone in their lives and they cannot go on any further. Each one of those people lost something or someone valuable in their lives.”
The final episode will show the patients – including some people we thought had died – going to their last therapy session at the psychiatrist’s in Sydney.
So what do we make of this tale from the Anonymous Spy? A troubled insider reaching out? A not-very-elaborate hoax? Deliberate disinformation to throw the Watcher off track?
The producers of “Lost” have repeatedly said that the characters who die on the show really die – yet they also keep coming back to life, so it’s hard to believe the producers on this one.
In the end, it doesn’t matter if the Anonymous Spy’s information is good or not. The Watcher will help, anyway.
Let’s make this clear to the “Lost” brain trust:
There will be no hypnosis therapy. No one will wake up from a dream. The director will not come out from behind a bush and yell “cut!” There will be no autistic boy with a snow globe.
If the “answer” to “Lost” is not contained inside the walls of the show we’ve been watching for the past four years, the Watcher will send his minions in your direction armed with firebrands and pitchforks.
I won’t be responsible for their actions.