This information was revealed through the semi-canonical Lost video game
Lost: Via Domus
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Characters:   Beady Eyes · Elliott Maslow · Lisa Gellhorn · Zoran Savo · Rico
Episodes: "Force Majeure" · "A New Day" · "Via Domus" · "Forty-Two" · "Hotel Persephone" · "Whatever It Takes" · "Worth A Thousand Words"

Zoran Savo is the main antagonist in the video game Lost: Via Domus.

Savo was born on May 3, 1952. Savo graduated from Whitney University in 1973. After completing his PhD in Neurological DNA, he moved to America to study prebiotic chemistry. In 1988 he joined Alvar Hanso's group at the Laboratoire de Biologie Neurologique in Paris where he studied the genetics of the human brain. In 1992, Savo was appointed the first President of the Chenchey Institute of Research. Because of his institute's humanitarian work, he has been named an International Union (IU) Goodwill Ambassador of Peace and Tolerance. He is on a diplomatic mission to Sydney to promote a human rights amendment to the IU Charter of Rights signed by over 50 nations.

In truth, he has been in contact with the Hanso Foundation, specifically with one of its members, Thomas Mittelwerk. He has made a deal with Mittelwerk to purchase Sarin gas from the foundation, to be used in ESP experiments he will be conducting. Elliott and Lisa are on to him, but Elliott tips off Savo's body guards about Lisa in order to cause a distraction, gaining him access to Savo's meeting with Mittelwerk. Upon being notified of Lisa by his bodyguard, Savo has her brought to him, and he executes her. Elliott manages to take a picture of this murder, but Savo sees him and orders Beady Eyes to chase after him.

A letter was found by Elliott Maslow in Rico's Pawn Shop. The letter was from Thomas Mittelwerk to the Hanso Foundation Board of Directors. It read:

  • To the Board of Directors, Hanso Foundation, I'm pleased to announce the commencement of Phase 2 of the Chenchey Project. We will now begin to explore the human brain in ways never before imagined. The results will no doubt astound. I thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm. Warmest Regards, TM.

While aboard Oceanic Flight 815, Elliott Maslow found a magazine with a front page article about Savo. It read:

August 7th, 2004 - Zoran Savo, President of the Chenchey Institute of Research, has been awarded the International Union Humanitas Award in recognition of his considerable contributions to brain pattern research. Savo, currently on a speaking tour in Australia, announced he was "shocked and delighted" by the recognition.

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