Lost Podcast: Show Notes: This week is defniately not our best episode of the Weekly Lost Edition. It has been a tough week. Visit www.ravenscraft.org and you can see what I mean with a quick look at my blog.
We wanted to get this show out to you anyway. We are going to start a new recording schedule which will push back the release of our Weekly Lost Podcast to Sunday. I know many like to listen on Saturday, but I am sure that the additional day will make our show better than it has ever been.
Thanks everyone for your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. They your calls and emails have meant so much to us!
Here are the screen captures I discussed in this episode. Click on the image to see the full sized versions.
I found this translated copy at http://www.thetailsection.com
Some poor soul has way too much time on their hand. Thanks to Moderator Matt who linked us to this picture from the tailsection.com. Is it an easter egg or an error? Does it support the “implanted memory theory?”
Ryan Ozawa of the old Transmission Lost Podcast sent me an email telling me of a suspicious package that he had received in the mail. He's not yet attempted to stick the disc in his own computer to find out what it has loaded on it for fear of a possible virus. I told him to find someone with an old junkie computer that is not connected to the internet to check it out. I'll let you know if I hear back from him. Here's an image of what the suspicious package contained…
Erc Racer emailed me the link to this article about Matthew Fox's new movie, We Are Marshall. In the email, Eric wrote…
I am a graduate of Marshall Univeristy in Huntington, West Virginia. I now live in Richmond. The movie Matthew Fox is currently filming is about the 1970 plane crash which killed the Marshall University football team, coaches, and fans. The link I provided is to Huntington's paper and an article about filming. Take a look at the gallery on the right hand side of the page. What do think of Matthew Fox's red hair?
Hey Eric, thanks for the link to the story!
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