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Laird Granger hosted a television program called Book Talk. He interviewed Gary Troup about his novel Bad Twin just days before Troup boarded Oceanic Flight 815.


Trivia

  • Laird Granger was the name of a fictional actor in the fictional 1950s science fiction film Amazon Women on the Moon, from the 1987 sketch comedy film of the same name.
  • Laird Granger also shares the same last name as minor survivor/redshirt Janelle Granger, author of the Diary on the official ABC Lost site.
  • "Laird" is generally considered to be the Scottish version of the word "Lord," and the title can be bought or passed down through generations like the title Lord can be.


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