Alcatraz Secrets – Episode Three – Kit Nelson
Posted by LOTGK on January 25, 2012
The Grassy Knoll Institute reveals the Secrets of Alcatraz, the new FOX network drama Series.
I tuned in to the new FOX network series Alcatraz produced by J.J. Abrams with high anticipation. The pilot episode revealed 302 prisoners and guards from the rock disappeared on March 21st, 1963 and now 49 years later they are returning one by one to carry out planned missions. And oh yeah, the prisoners have not aged a single day. After the pilot I formulated my theory.
Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Alcatraz theory…
The inmates were abducted from a mysterious consortium of men from the future. The inmates were then put into suspended animation until present day. The reason for the abduction is to use the inmates to change the course of history for the benefit of the consortium. Once their mission is complete, world events will unfold differently.
Five Tidbits About Alcatraz Episode Three – Kit Nelson:
1) Doc Soto was abducted as an 11 year old child and survived. I am guessing this will play significantly in upcoming episodes. Perhaps even the season one cliff hanger.
2) Emerson Hauser: Is he the emissary to the consortium of mysterious men that abducted the Alcatraz 302? He knows much more than he lets on. He is a ruthless S.O.B.
3) Rebecca Madsen: Has a great rack. (Just as Juliet did in Lost)
4) Kit Nelson:
Child killer. The lowest rung on the inmates ladder. He got his ass beat in prison while the guards looked the other way. Nelsons specialty is kidnapping 11 year-old boys. He would leave his signature calling card, a chrysanthemum flower in the boy’s bed. He would force them to go fishing and eat cherry pie, (As was done with his own brother) and then return to the boys home 48 hours later, to deliver the boys body.
But he was stopped and killed before he could finish his plan. Hauser shoots him dead as Nelson held the boy hostage. However, perhaps Nelson had already completed his original mission. (If you recall both inmates before him carried out multiple murders. Perhaps one is the mission objective and the rest are simple get even murders) We will see.
5) Dr. Beauregard: Former 1960 Alcatraz doctor, is also still alive and working in the new modern Alcatraz prison for Hauser. He seems to really enjoy his job. And yes, he has not aged a single day since 1963.
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