The light faded away, and they unshielded their eyes.“What just happened?” Charlotte asked, frowning.“I’m not sure.” Juliet said, trudging back up the beach, shirtless Sawyer at her side. She looked to the sky, the bright blue endless with no sign of the white light that had blinded them. She looked to the ocean – the smoke that had been billowing up from theFreighter was gone, and endless blue from the ocean and sky met her.“Where’d the smoke go?” Sawyer asked, seemingly reading her mind. They wereall looking at her, expecting her to lead or something. She had been in charge of theZodiac loadings, and now they were looking for some sort of answer from her.Juliet opened her mouth to speak, but was saved from saying anything as shenoticed something behind them.“Where’d the camp go?”They all turned, following her gaze. No tents, no ‘kitchen’ no fire pit, nothing. Itwas all gone. She ran forward, her feet sinking in the sand slightly as she did a completethree-sixty degree turn. Still, there were no signs of camp.And they were all still looking at her.What the hell was going on?Charlotte dropped the backpack that she had been carrying over one shoulder, ather feet, brushing a strand of red out of her face.“It’s gone.” She stated obviously. “Secondary protocol.”“Just what are you talking about Red?” Rose asked. Charlotte glanced at her, buther gaze remained focused on Juliet.“I don’t know everything about it – Daniel had it all written down in his journal or something. This was what he was talking about, which is why he was trying to help andget everyone off.”“Get to the point!” Sawyer snapped.“The Island, as far as from what I know, has been moved.”“What?” Several of the left behinds echoed. Juliet looked back at Charlotte.“Th - that’s impossible.”“Actually, it’s not. I mean, it’s still in its original space in the ocean, it justmoved…in a different, way. Sort of.” Charlotte continued, obviously struggling toexplain it. They needed Daniel to explain it, but he was somewhere floating in the ocean.“It moved through…time.”They stared at her, as if she were insane. She shrugged.“Believe me if you want – but until Daniel gets back to explain it better, deal withit.” She muttered, folding her arms over her chest and turning away from them, walkingdown the beach toward the ocean, her eyes trained on the horizon, watching for any signof the Zodiac.Juliet exchanged glances with Sawyer.“It ain’t possible, Barbie, so don’t even think about it.” Sawyer drawled, as if again, reading Juliet’s mind. Was it at all possible that Charlotte was right? The Islandhad moved in time? It could explain why their beach camp was gone, and the Freighter smoke – but Juliet found it hard to accept it, because it defied all laws of science. Thenagain, so did most things about the Island.