Section of a world map created by http://mappinglost.blogspot.com/
Posted at 02:31 PM in Television | Permalink
Line 1: Either Z or 7 is correct, but neither is in the right positionLine 2: I guessed Z, and put it in another position which turned out to be correct. E is also correct, but I'm not sure which position is right.Line 3: E is in the wrong position (white dot), 8 is eliminated.Line 4: I've nailed E and Z, one of the S's is in the right position.Line 5: S, E, and Z are in the right positions, either F is in the right position.Line 6: (SEZFJ) I tried the J now, in the last position. I now know that I have all the correct letters/numbers, and I know that F in the last position must be correct.Line 7: Bingo!
Posted at 01:04 PM in Television | Permalink
This is the current tracking of the vessel Christiane I off the coast of Java, near Christmas Island.According to Wikipedia, Java is the 13th largest island in the world, but the most populated with 124 million inhabitants.
Christmas Island looks like an inviting place to visit.
Posted at 08:30 PM in Television | Permalink
Christiane I, Christmas Island, Find815, Lost
First you need to download the openstego Java software from this Web site: http://openstego.sourceforge.net/Unzip all the files in the downloaded folderThen, you download this image to your PC:http://www.find815.com/steg/stegosaurus.pngRun openstego.batClick on the "Extract tab"Find/enter the path to the image, then select an ouput folder or create a new one.You'll be prompted for a password, no one has figured out yet.
Posted at 12:23 PM in Television | Permalink
Find815, Lost, OpenStego
Find815.com is the Web site that has clues and puzzles that supposedly will reveal some secrets behind the "Lost" TV series. Season 4 starts the end of this month.
In case you're stuck with "Fix the Chart Plotter" puzzle in Chapter 2, here's the solution:
Posted at 08:16 AM in Television | Permalink
Find815.com, Fix the Chart Plotter, Lost, Manhattan, NYC, Times Square