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"LOST" Fans Put A Price On Their Favorite Show

Catherine Donahoe |
August 21, 2010 | 9:33 p.m. PDT

Staff Reporter

Hundreds of "LOST" fans convened at the Barker Hangar this weekend to bid on their favorite bits of memorabilia from the past six seasons and walk amongst a makeshift museum of props and costumes. Besides the crowd at the exhibition, more than 5,000 people placed their bids online and via telephone. Pieces of the set (such as Sawyer's beach chair) and other items belonging to the cast (like Jack's scrubs and suit) sold for thousands of dollars. One of the biggest sales included the pilot script, which sold for $15,000.

Here's a closer look at the fans and the paraphernalia.

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