Rachel Blake Flickr Album & New Dr. Hackett/EDC Letter

Possible Spoilers

The guys over at TLEC blog found that entering “Nanite” over at Sublymonal.com also leads to a clue which discovered Rachel Blake’s Flickr album when you spell the names backwards in a search (“lehcarekalb”). In the album, in addition to the previous “Nanite” glyph, there are also several pictures of pieced of a ripped letter, which when put together reveal the following letter:


TO: Dr. Hackett
Apollo Candy

FROM: G. Downs
Engineering Development Center
Atlanta, GA

Date: July 21, 2004

RE: Test Study

Dr. Hackett,

Initial research shows release of the psychotropic compound to be
a success. The acid and flavoring agents of the beverage disguise the taste. More tests are necessary to reach optimum viral spread. My superiors are eager for you to join our effort, once you have extricated yourself from your current situationn.


Recall from previous clues that Dr. Hackett was Mel0Drama’s ex-employer at the EDC. And now we know how Apollo ties in–using the flavor to disguise intentional spread of a virus!

Oh, and the definition of psychotropic for those who are curious:

Having an altering effect on perception, emotion, or behavior.

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5 Responses to Rachel Blake Flickr Album & New Dr. Hackett/EDC Letter

  1. matthew says:

    Hey, I just had a thought. Weren’t the candy bars found in the hatch named Apollo bars?

  2. Cecilia says:

    Yeah matthew, I think that’s the idea 🙂

    That’s how they tie into the LOST story. We also saw them in the Vik Institute as rewards for the savants.

  3. Cecilia says:

    Oh, and I just wanted to comment that even though these clues are confusing… I am sooo glad there is more than just glyphs to look for again! Looks like they are getting back to what made TLE *FUN*.. storyline!

  4. VidGamer123 says:

    I’m curious to see if the glyph symbols themselves carry any significance, if at all.

  5. todd sanders says:

    i dont think the glyphs are significant at all considering many of the codes dont have them

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