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Main Article Theories about
Rose and Bernard's cabin
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Same as Jacob's cabin

  • This is the same cabin that we know as Jacob's cabin. As seen in "The Incident, Part 1", you can tell by the big tree next to it. The tree is revealed when Ilana and company walk up to the cabin, and then later on in the Rose and Bernard scene.
    • This is a different cabin than what we know as Jacob's cabin. Take a close look at the cabin and you will see that it it built much differently than Jacob's cabin. Jacob's cabin is built with cut lumbar but Rose & Bernard built their cabinfrom twigs and salvaged lumbar.
  • Rose and Bernard were the previous occupants in 1974-1977, then after The Incident they disappeared, killed or transported back to 2007 or whatever. Horace found the abandoned cabin (remember that Roses and Bernards cabin is close to the Barracks), saw it was poorly built out of twigs and decided to improve it for the 'missus', and they used it for a number of years. Then they died, and Jacob decided to use it. Remember how Jacob doesn't like technology, and how he believes in peace and harmony for human kind? Well this cabin would be ideal, no technology by either previous occupants and this was a place where the occupants could rest peacefully, so perhaps that is why he occupies it. Jacob eventually abandons it for unknown reasons, Ilana burns it. It would also be interesting if Rose and Bernard travel to 2007 after The Incident to find there home is on fire and perhaps half the jungle.
    • Horace would have built it or adapted it within the same time frame though, what you suggest would indicate an overlap of time. He wouldn't have been able to adapt it and use it as his own while they were still living there.
      • Not necessarily. It's somewhat likely that The Incident in 1977 caused Rose and Bernard to jump to 2007 along with the other Losties plus Juliet and Miles. Horace continued to live on the island until The Purge, giving him at least 10 years to discover the empty cabin.

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