Congratulations to The Main Beach Camp which stormed into the final after a comprehensive victory over Room 23.
Today we'll find out who will be joining them in the final as we see 2 of the most mysterious locations battling it out.
The Black Rock: Arctic Listening Station, Othersville, The Miami Hospital, The Dharma Van Site.
Jacob’s Shack: Inside Flight 815, Sydney Airport Bar, Hurley's Golf Course,The Hanging Tree,
The Black Rock was one of Season 1’s great mysteries. At first it was merely talked about but never seen, and so most viewers assumed that “the Black Rock” was indeed just a black rock. However, later on in the Season, Danielle led a small group of our Losties to the “the Black Rock” and we finally got to see it for ourselves. The Black Rock is a British slaving ship, located inland on the island, deep within the “dark territory”. Just how the ship became so far stranded inland remains a big mystery. Arzt met his end there while trying to stress the importance of safety with explosives. Naturally he blew himself up. Anthony Cooper also met his end there at the hands of James “Sawyer” Ford, after it was revealed that Anthony Cooper was in fact the man who conned James’ parents and ultimately killed them both.
When Ben first takes Locke to meet the mysterious Jacob in “The Man Behind the Curtain”, Ben leads John to a decrepit looking cabin deep in the jungle. Inside of the cabin they find an empty chair and Ben introduces the chair’s invisible occupant as none other than Jacob. Locke, unable to see Jacob, believes that Ben is either lying or plain crazy, and so he turns to leave the cabin. As Locke attempts to leave he hears the pained words “Help me”. Confused and bewildered, Locke shines his flashlight upon Ben and the empty chair, which sets in motion what can only be described as a terrifying poltergeist moment. The cabin begins to shake violently, Ben is thrown up against a wall and Locke very narrowly escapes the cabin unscathed. Amongst all of the mayhem, we briefly get a quick glimpse of the elusive Jacob sitting in the chair.