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 Theories may be removed if ... 
  1. Stated as questions or possibilities (avoid question marks, "Maybe", "I think", etc).
  2. More appropriate for another article.
  3. Illogical or previously disproven.
  4. Proven by canon source, and moved to main article.
  5. Speculative and lacking any evidence to support arguments.
  6. Responding to another theory (use discussion page instead).
  • This does not include responses that can stand alone as its own theory.
  • Usage of an indented bullet does not imply the statement is a response.

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  • Blonde Casualty was not seen at the raft launching.
  • Just because she wasn't at the raft launching doesn't mean she couldn't have put a message in the bottle. She could have left a message and then gone to the caves right after.
  • All the survivors were at the raft lauching, it was a big event.
  • She is Red-haired Casualty
  • She is Long-haired Casualty
  • She is Short Hair Casualty
  • She is Woman
  • Woman is not seen anymore after the first day, most likely not Woman.
  • During the split, she went with Locke, because Steve went with Locke and she had a relationship with Steve, meaning that she is either the Blonde Casualty or the Red-Haired Woman
  • Steve did not go with Locke, he stayed with the others as seen in Season 4 final. It is most likely therefore that she is NOT Blonde Casualty or the Red-Haired Woman.
  • Darlton said that Steve went with Locke. I can't remember the exact day, but it was in a podcast shortly following the Season 4 premiere. Why did we see him on the beach in the season 4 finale then? My guess is that he either left Locke's camp before the mercenaries got there or he avoided the mercenary attack and made his way back to the beach.

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