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Plane Crash Pictures Not Related to 'Lost' Ending

May 26, 2010 (8:32 am) GMT
ABC comes forward with a clarification that the pictures of Oceanic 815 wrecks on the beach are not to be considered as part of the finale.

Very meticulous fans of "" may be wondering what the footage at the end of "Lost" series finale means. The images of Oceanic 815 plane crash on the beach were played right after Jack closed his eyes and the "Lost" logo appeared, prompting speculation that the producers included one last easter egg that may lead to different interpretations on the ending.

Los Angeles Times dug out the mystery deeper and received a clarification from ABC execs. The photographs were not part of the story at all, it is confirmed. The producers of the show did not put it there but the network did without any intention to confuse the viewers about the ending.

"The images shown during the end credits of the 'Lost' finale, which included shots of Oceanic 815 on a deserted beach, were not part of the final story but were a visual aid to allow the viewer to decompress before heading into the news," an ABC spokesperson wrote in an e-mail to L.A. Times.

"Lost" ended its six-year run on Sunday, May 23 with 13.6 million viewers tuning in. [Spoiler Alert] Christian Shepherd told Jack that he is dead and that everyone in the church is too. Some loose ends were not tied for Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse claimed they can't answer all questions in just one night.

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