Virtually LOST

When I joined Twitter recently I discovered that the cast of the television series Lost where alive and well on the Internet. I quickly followed Evie Lilly, then all the cast members. A couple days ago I discovered that there is an SL LOST Twitter group and then discovered the same group is inworld. And naturally, you can’t have a LOST group without Lost Island, and that’s where I went last night. It was late when I arrived at the Oceanic terminal to catch my flight…

I arrived in front of the terminal, was there really a Lost Island?
I had my picture taken between Jack & Kate. Wow, I know they aren’t hooked up in real life but I think they are a great looking couple.
The flight ended the way I feared with Oceanic 815 broken apart on the island.
The beach campsite was as I remembered it, but all the cast members were gone. I did find Sawyer’s little tent with whiskey bottles scattered around.
As I searched the forest, I discovered the entrance to the underground Dharma control station.
The passage led deep into the island and as I searched for the control room I kept wondering if I’d have to enter the codes into the computer.
What were those numbers again?
Then there it was, the Dharma computers that controlled the great force of the island.
After a long hike thru the forest, I found the pier where the submarine is docked.
I put on one of the free Dharma Initiative work uniforms to blend in, just in case.

There are many more discoveries to be made on the Virtual LOST Island, but you’ll have to travel here for yourself to get that good Lost feeling again. There’s also an SL-LOST blog and a blog for the Virtual LOST Island.

It was sad in a way. The final season of Lost has come and gone, and I’m still mulling the many, many intricacies of the series and how it ended. I’ve avoided listening to or reading other points of view about the way the series ended. Someday I’ll explain my own point of view… as soon as I have one.

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About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life where I star as the heroine of a virtual fantasy life. In the real world, I'm writing my debut sci-fi novel.
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  1. Hi, i am co owner of the sl-lost island in SL and the Virtual Lost Island blog and would like to thank you for your review. I hope you enjoyed your visit and will come back soon :)Felicity Burt

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