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Ben and Locke traveled on foot to a location somewhere in the northeast quadrant of the Island (north of the barracks and east of the front section wreckage). After crossing over a line of ash, they reached the cabin and entered.
Ben told Locke that Jacob was sitting in the empty chair in the middle of the room, to which Locke showed disbelief. After Ben began to talk to Jacob in what appeared to be an empty chair, Locke became outraged and raised his voice to Ben. Convinced that Ben was either trying to deceive him or was truly crazy, Locke proceeded to the door, but heard a low voice utter, "Help me." Locke asked Ben to repeat himself, but Ben denied he ever spoke. Locke turned the flashlight on and pointed it at Ben, when the the room suddenly began to rumble and objects shook violently through the house. The lamp fell to the floor and was set alight, the rocking chair began to move back and forth seemingly on its own, and a window smashed. Ben pleaded for Jacob to stop and was thrown against the far wall by an unseen force. At this time, Locke looked back to the chair and for a split second and, a man, presumably Jacob, could be seen. (3x20)
On a trek to warn the survivors about the freighter crew, Hurley fell behind Jin, Bernard, and Sawyer. After wandering in the jungle for just a few brief moments, Jacob's cabin appeared in front of him. Walking up to a broken window and looking inside, Hurley saw Christian Shephard sitting in Jacob's rocking chair. An eye suddenly appeared in front of the hole into which he was looking. Hurley screamed, turned, and ran, but found himself a few steps later again in front of the cabin, as the door opened. He closed his eyes and shouted for it to go away, and when he opened them, Jacob's cabin had disappeared, much as his vision of Charlie would disappear during his flashforward outdoors at the mental hospital. (4x01)
Interestingly, Hurley did not see the gray, powdery substance that Locke saw on his visit with Ben. Also, as he came upon the cabin in a small field, neither did he encounter the surrounding trees that Locke saw adjacent to the cabin. When Locke later mentioned that they were going to the cabin, Hurley indicated that he saw the cabin in an entirely different area than the one to which they were heading. (4x02)
Locke's attempted second visit
Locke led his group and Charlotte Lewis back to the location in the northeast quadrant of the Island where he had been taken previously by Ben. While he managed to locate the line of ash, he found no cabin at that place. (4x03)
- The filming location for the cabin was the same filming location used when Eko was attacked by the Monster in "". 
- The painting of the dog is actually of Jack Bender's dog Lulu and was created by artist Thomas Hannsz, who also is among the Others background cast. (Jacob's painting)
According to the DVD commentary for "", when Ben is talking to the "empty chair", there was no pre-written dialogue for what Jacob was supposed to be saying. Instead, actor Michael Emerson, as part of his preparation, wrote notes in his own script to reflect Jacob's unspoken lines so that he could properly play the scene. This was similar to when he came up with his own notes to write in Ben's diary, the words in which were later approved by the producers.
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