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Episode 4x10 - Othersville Explosion Confirmed

Hey All,
Here is a little follow up to some spoilers that were posted last week.

We already have seen the promo for LOST Season 4 Episode 9 where you can see what seems like one of the Othersville (Barracks) houses on fire. Plus, we posted a set report last week confirming that one of the houses was on fire during a recent shoot.

However, thanks to a LOST Fan and DarkUFO reader we get a confirmation that they indeed filmed one of the houses exploding and that they had to do a second take to get it right!!

Looks like that war Ben has promised will really happen...!?

The fan also confirmed some filming over at Dillingham Lodge, but no word yet on what scene was being filmed there. I am assuming based on what is currently scheduled to be filmed it is possibly for episode 4x11.

Thanks to Matthew from DarkUFO for the following details:

I'm a Lost fan currently living on Maui, and yesterday, Wednesday, my girlfriend and I were visiting her uncle on Oahu. We were driving around, looking for past Lost filming locations, and happened upon where they were currently filming.

So I'm sure you already know this, and it isn't particularly helpful, but on Wednesday, from at least 10am till noon, there was filming at Dillingham Lodge. Or should I say, all the traffic was going in and out of the Dillingham estate through the entrance/exit with the "Lodge" sign overhead. We drove by it a couple of times, and once stopped to ask the big security dude what was going on. He said that they were filming Lost there, but that of course we couldn't go on the property.

And while certainly not any new news, we heard from a YMCA Camp Erdman staffer that last week they had filmed there. He told us an interesting story of how the production crew built a new barracks/house just so they could blow it up. He said the first explosion wasn't big enough, so they did it over again, finally getting the explosion they wanted. One part of the camp certainly had the ashes all over the ground to prove it!

Source: Matthew@DarkUFO