Locke Isn’t In His “Right Time”
Hey… has anybody thought about Locke? Is the Locke we’re seeing in his “Own Time”
~Think about the events, Locke turns the wheel, next he’s with Charles Widmore who tells him that he saw him when he was 17, and when Locke was asked how long it had been for him he states it had been only 4 days.
~Widmore than tells Locke that 3 years had then passed since his friends had been back from the island. This would mean that Locke visited the future Jack, Hurley, Kate, Walt, and Sayid, and that he isn’t in his own time because he jumped 3 years into the future.
~Is anyone following me?