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Widmore's victim blindfolded. ("The Other Woman")
These commonly took the form of a hood or bag placed over the victim's head, rather than a traditional piece of folded cloth. Not only did bags make more sense in the context of the story (e.g., impromptu nature of kidnapping, scarcity of resources), but also hoods enhanced suspense by completely disguising the victim's face.
- Hurley blindfolded his mother to surprise her with her new house, but this led to her falling and hurting her ankle. ("Numbers")
- Jin was blindfolded by the Tailies. ("Abandoned")
- Michael was blindfolded with a bag when he was captured by the Others. ("Three Minutes")
- Jack, Kate, and Sawyer were blindfolded with bags by the Others as they were prepared to be taken to The Hydra. ("Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1")
- Jack was blindfolded as he was led to Colleen in surgery. ("Every Man for Himself")
- Locke led Sawyer to a blindfolded Anthony Cooper in the Black Rock. ("The Brig")
- Widmore's victim was led out of a van blindfolded, and then beaten by Charles Widmore. ("The Other Woman")
- The freighter mercenaries blindfolded Alex. ("The Shape of Things to Come")
- Aboard Ajira Flight 316, Hurley put on a blindfold when the turbulence began, perhaps to keep himself from panicking in the expected crash. ("316")
- Sawyer and Juliet rescued Amy by killing two Others who had just put a bag over her head. ("LaFleur")