First introduced
Last seen
Owned by
Unknown, currently by Hurley

A two-way radio was discovered by the tail section survivors in the Arrow station. The item was folded in a cloth together with a Bible and a glass eye. Bernard used the radio and made contact with (at the time unknown to him) Boone, who was operating the radio in the Nigerian drug smugglers' plane. ("The Other 48 Days")  ("Deus Ex Machina")

Hurley later gave the radio to Sayid to see if he could boost the signal. They were able to pick up Danielle Rousseau's distress signal and a radio broadcast playing the Glenn Miller song "Moonlight Serenade". ("The Long Con") This radio broadcast was from the 1940s. ("Lost: A Journey in Time")


  • Similar to the disappearance of Oceanic Flight 815, an aircraft containing Glenn Miller (the author of the song "Moonlight Serenade") also mysteriously disappeared. The plane lost radio contact while in flight and failed to land at Paris, the scheduled destination of the flight. The aircraft was never found, nor were the bodies of Miller and the two army officers on board. [1]

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