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Rose and Bernard's Cabin

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Hello all. This is my first post so please bear with me as I'm new to blogging. And, by the way, I think that Lost is the best show in the history of television. Now, moving right along... In "The Incident", the cabin that Rose and Bernard had been occupying for 3 years (presumably from 1974 to 1977) bears a similar resemblance to "Jacob's" cabin (although there are some minor differences which could be explained if the most recent occupant made some alterations). Having said that, I noticed that when Ilana entered "Jacob's" abandoned cabin in 2007, there was a portrait of a dog that looked like Vincent. The lighting made it a little hard to see, but I think it was standing against a wall. If this cabin is the same one used by Rose and Bernard, did it already have the ability to move or disappear on occasion? And, if so, then did Rose and Bernard go along for the ride(s)? They did not mention anything unusual when they encountered Sawyer's group on the beach in 1977 but it could explain how they already knew more than they should have regarding the group's experiences over the 3 year period. Since it seems that the cabin was actually built by Horace, the most likey scenario is that "Jacob" or his nemesis did not occupy the cabin until sometime after 1977 (after Rose and Bernard either left on their own or were "evicted"). Of course, this also means that all parties involved survived the Incident. Could this lend credence to the theory that Bernard and Rose are actually Adam and Eve?

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