LOST Locations

Season 4

St. Patrick’s Catholic Church

by on Jun.21, 2010, under East Honolulu, Hurley, Jack, Kate, S4E12 There's No Place Like Home, Sayid, Season 4, Urban Honolulu

The church where Christian Shephard’s funeral was held (“There’s No Place Like Home, Part I,” Ep. 4×12) was St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Kaimuki (1124 7th Ave.). This location is adjacent to Sacred Hearts Academy. (continue reading…)

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Honua Street Home

by on Mar.28, 2010, under East Honolulu, Homes & Apartments, Jack, Kate, S4E04 Eggtown, Season 4, Streets

The suburban California home where Kate lived after escaping from the island with the Oceanic Six (“Eggtown,” Ep. 4×04) was a private residence at 727 Honua Street. (continue reading…)

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Hinano Street Home

by on Mar.28, 2010, under East Honolulu, Homes & Apartments, S4E02 Confirmed Dead, Season 4, Streets, Waikiki

The exterior of the home in Inglewood, California, where Miles goes to see Mrs. Gardiner to exorcise a spirit (“Confirmed Dead,” Ep. 4×02), is a private residence at 3008 Hinano St. According to LostLocations.com commenter “Andrew,” the downstairs interior was filmed at 3018 Hinano St., with the upstairs scene filmed at the Hawaii Film Studio. (continue reading…)

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Turtle Bay Golf Course

by on Jan.24, 2010, under North Shore, Parks, S4E03 The Economist, Sayid, Season 4

The golf course where Sayid assassinates Peter Avellino is the 17th hole of the Arnold Palmer-designed course at the Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore. (continue reading…)

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Leilehua High School

by on Dec.24, 2009, under Central, Locke, S4E11 Cabin Fever, Schools, Season 4

Cowin Heights High School, which Locke attended as a teen, and where a science teacher suggests he attend a summer camp with Mittelos Laboratories (“Cabin Fever,” Ep. 4×11), was Leilehua High School in Wahiawa. (continue reading…)

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Pōka‘ī Bay Beach Park

by on Dec.23, 2009, under Beaches, Ewa, S4E12 There's No Place Like Home, Season 4

The remote island of Sumba in Indonesia, where the “Oceanic Six” supposedly returned to civilization (“There’s No Place Like Home,” Ep. 4×12), was actually Pōka‘ī Bay in Wai‘anae. (continue reading…)

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YMCA Camp Erdman

by on Dec.22, 2009, under North Shore, Parks, S3E01 A Tale of Two Cities, S3E15 Left Behind, S3E20 The Man Behind the Curtain, Season 3, Season 4, Season 5, Season 6

“Othersville,” the suburban enclave of the DHARMA Initiative and subsequently the Others (first seen in “A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), is the YMCA’s Camp H.R. Erdman (69-385 Farrington Hwy.) on the North Shore. The camp became a major set for Season 5, and appeared in several episodes depicting different time periods. The YWCA welcomes visitors and has signage offering parking for “LOST” fans, but asks that photos not be taken of children or other guests. (continue reading…)

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Police Beach

by on Dec.16, 2009, under Beaches, North Shore, Season 1, Season 2, Season 3, Season 4, Season 5, Season 6

Police Beach is among the most iconic and most used locations on “LOST.” It’s the home of the survivors’ beach camp as seen beginning halfway through the first season through season six. The shore itself, like all beaches in Hawaii, is open to the public, but the set becomes private property at the vegetation line. There is often signage and temporary fencing marking the nebulous property line. (continue reading…)

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