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'''Arthur Widmore''' is a [[metafiction|metafictional]] character who appears in ''[[Bad Twin]]'', a novel written by [[Flight 815]] passenger [[Gary Troup]]
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'''Arthur Widmore''' is a metafictional character who appears in ''[[Bad Twin]]'', a novel written by [[Flight 815]] passenger [[Gary Troup]].
   
He is the aging patriarch of the [[Widmore]] family.
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He is the aging patriarch of the [[Widmore family]], and is visited by the novel's protagonist [[Paul Artisan]], in an attempt to learn information about [[Zander Widmore]]'s whereabouts.
   
==Facts==
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The father of [[Clifford Widmore|Clifford]] and [[Alexander Widmore|Alexander]], Arthur Widmore is the CEO of the [[Widmore Corporation]], though he leaves day to day operations for Cliff to deal with. He is obsessed with his Scottish Heritage, and throughout the book comments about the greatness of his ancestry. He also enjoys alcohol, particularly Scotch whisky. Clifford describes his father as senile, failing both physically and mentally.
* Father of twins [[Clifford Widmore]] and [[Zander Widmore]]
 
* CEO of the [[Widmore]] Corporation, though the day to day operations are run by his son Cliff Widmore.
 
* Obsessed with his Scottish Heritage.
 
* Clifford and Zander's mother was his first wife.
 
*[[Vivian Widmore]] is his third wife. They have been married for 5 years.
 
* Likes to drink
 
* Fought with Zander the night before he disappeared about Zander's "craziest idea yet". Later he decided Zander might have been right.
 
* [[Clifford Widmore]] says he is senile and failing both phyically and mentally
 
   
==Appearances==
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Arthur has been married three times. His first wife was the mother of Clifford and Alexander. After her death, he married again, but the relationship ended (for unknown reasons). He then remarried at St. Barts Church, this time to [[Vivian Widmore]], seen by many as a gold digger out for the Widmore fortune. The two have been married 5 years in the book's present.
*''[[Bad Twin]]''
 
   
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==Trivia==
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* The combination to the gate outside of the Widmore estate is [[8]]-[[15|1-5]]-[[16|1-6]], the dates of the twins' birthdays (they were born around midnight).
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* Fancy watches ([[Rolex watch]]es?) were stolen from his estate.
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Latest revision as of 20:59, April 1, 2014

Arthur Widmore is a metafictional character who appears in Bad Twin, a novel written by Flight 815 passenger Gary Troup.

He is the aging patriarch of the Widmore family, and is visited by the novel's protagonist Paul Artisan, in an attempt to learn information about Zander Widmore's whereabouts.

The father of Clifford and Alexander, Arthur Widmore is the CEO of the Widmore Corporation, though he leaves day to day operations for Cliff to deal with. He is obsessed with his Scottish Heritage, and throughout the book comments about the greatness of his ancestry. He also enjoys alcohol, particularly Scotch whisky. Clifford describes his father as senile, failing both physically and mentally.

Arthur has been married three times. His first wife was the mother of Clifford and Alexander. After her death, he married again, but the relationship ended (for unknown reasons). He then remarried at St. Barts Church, this time to Vivian Widmore, seen by many as a gold digger out for the Widmore fortune. The two have been married 5 years in the book's present.


TriviaEdit

  • The combination to the gate outside of the Widmore estate is 8-1-5-1-6, the dates of the twins' birthdays (they were born around midnight).
  • Fancy watches (Rolex watches?) were stolen from his estate.
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