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How did the Kahana crew find the island?

  • Charles Widmore used the Lamp Post's equipment to calculate the window of opportunity like Eloise Hawking did in "316", and gave the bearings to the crew, specifically Captain Gault and/or Naomi Dorrit.
  • Charles Widmore had someone at the arctic/antarctic station inform him of the origin of the 7418880 Electormagnetic Anomaly. Prior to this he probably had the Kahana team assembled and on alert, waiting for further instructions. Once Widmore had the location, he called the Kahana and gave them the approximate location of the island. They then searched via helicopter until Naomi's Helicopter found it.

Similarities with The Swan

  • The ship is old fashioned, like the swan.
  • The ship's siren is similar to that of the swan, including the speakers.
  • The blood on the wall in the cabin, probably caused by a suicide, is much like that in the hatch.
  • Both are destroyed at the end of their respective seasons.
  • They find the island with the coordinates that Charles Widmore gave to them, and those coordinates are in the black rock book that he buys in The Constant.
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