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    1. Introduction ...........................................................[1]
    
    2. Easter Eggs, References, & Secrets .....................................[2]
    
       A.Title Screen .........................................................[A]
    
          A1.The Konami Code .................................................[A1]
          A2.Loading Screen Song by Scott Joplin .............................[A2]
    
       B.The Lighthouse .......................................................[B]
    
          B1.Wounded Knee ....................................................[B1]
          B2.Call Me Booker ..................................................[B2]
          B3.The First Signs of Comstock .....................................[B3]
    
       C.Welcome Center .......................................................[C]
    
          C1.Someone New .....................................................[C1]
          C2.The Scroll, The Key, and The Sword ..............................[C2]
          C3.Saltonstall .....................................................[C3]
          C4.Anachronism #1 - "God Only Knows" ...............................[C4]
          C5."I Married a Vox Populi" ........................................[C5]
          C6.Now You See Them, Now You Don't .................................[C6]
          C7."I Appreciate a Lady Who Appreciates Value!" ....................[C7]
          C8.Bucking Bronco Charges ..........................................[C8]
          C9.The Number 122 ..................................................[C9]
          C10.Robert Lutece Statue > Rosalind Lutece Statue .................[C10]
          C11."Goodnight Irene" .............................................[C11]
    
       D.Comstock Center Rooftops .............................................[D]
    
          D1.Hidden Lutece Dialogue ..........................................[D1]
          D2.That Wrench...I Know That Wrench! ...............................[D2]
          D3.Hidden Music ....................................................[D3]
          D4.Andrew Ryan / Booker DeWitt Portrait ............................[D4]
    
       E.Monument Island ......................................................[E]
    
          E1.La Revanche Du Jedi (The Revenge of the Jedi) ...................[E1]
          E2.Anachronism #2 - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" ............[E2]
          E3."This deal is getting worse all the time." ......................[E3]
          E4.The Principles of Quantum Mechanics Book ........................[E4]
    
       F.Soldier's Field ......................................................[F]
    
          F1.Your Baby is a....Pistol? .......................................[F1]
          F2.Anachronism #3 - "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" ..................[F2]
          F3.Lil' Miss Columbia ..............................................[F3]
          F4.Delayed THREE Times! ............................................[F4]
          F5.That Wrench...There It Is Again! ................................[F5]
    
       G.Finkton ..............................................................[G]
    
          G1.Anachronism #4 - "Fortunate Son" ................................[G1]
          G2."Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" ..................................[G2]
          G3.Anachronism #5 - "Shake Sugaree" ................................[G3]
          G4.Anachronism #6 - "Tainted Love" .................................[G4]
          G5.Referencing Rapture (Voxophones) ................................[G5]
          G6.Anachronism #7 - "Fortunate Son" ................................[G6]
    
       H.Emporia ..............................................................[H]
    
          H1.Lutece, Lutetia, and Paris ......................................[H1]
          H2.Anachronism #8 - "Shiny Happy People" ...........................[H2]
          H3.Saltonstall is Dead .............................................[H3]
          H4.Toilet Potatoes .................................................[H4]
          H5.0451 ............................................................[H5]
          H6.Your Baby is a....Hand Cannon? ..................................[H6]
          H7.Anachronism #9 - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" ............[H7]
          H8.Anachronism #10 - "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" .................[H8]
          H9.Snight ..........................................................[H9]
          H10.Rapture Records ...............................................[H10]
          H11."Life is like a box of chocolates." ...........................[H11]
    
       I.Comstock House .......................................................[I]
    
          I1.Rapture Records Returns .........................................[I1]
    
       J.Hand of the Prophet ..................................................[J]
    
          J1.Welcome Back to Rapture .........................................[J1]
          J2.Songbird Scream in BioShock 1 ...................................[J2]
    
       K.Sea of Doors .........................................................[K]
    
          K1.2010 Elizabeth ..................................................[K1]
          K2.Extra Scene After Credits .......................................[K2]
    
    3. Version History ........................................................[3]
    4. Contact Information ....................................................[4]
    5. Special Thanks .........................................................[5]
    6. Stats ..................................................................[6]
    7. Copyright ..............................................................[7]
    
    
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    ---------------------------------Introduction-----------------------------[1]-
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    Welcome to Bramblefang's first FAQ! My first goal for this guide is for you, 
    the reader, to learn at least one new thing about BioShock Infinite. My second 
    goal is to make the most comprehensive list of BioShock Infinite Easter eggs, 
    references, secrets, and other easily missed items that you can find on the 
    internet. In order to accomplish these tasks, I will list any Easter eggs, 
    references, secrets, and other easy-to-miss things you can find in Irrational 
    Games's BioShock Infinite. Every single item I list will include some 
    information or history to explain why it is worth mentioning, and I will try 
    to include a video link to a game play or walkthrough video on Youtube or an 
    image. The videos and images are there to provide a visual representation of 
    the Easter egg, reference, or secret for your convenience. Each item will be 
    listed based on where it can be located in the game. Before you start reading 
    about the hidden secrets of BioShock Infinite, let us brush up on some 
    definitions.
    
    Easter Egg: a hidden message or inside joke
    Reference: something that mentions, refers, or relates to another thing
    Secret: something well-hidden
    
    The definition of Easter egg in particular seems to be misused by many around 
    the internet. Some people will say "____" is an Easter egg while others will 
    say it is not. In order to avoid this conflict (and messages telling me to 
    change "Easter Egg A" into "Secret A"), I will not list each item as an Easter 
    egg, reference, or secret. Instead, think of this list as "Things You Might 
    Miss On Your First Playthrough". You can apply whatever title you see fit for 
    each item listed.
    
    I recommend finishing BioShock Infinite before reading this guide because I 
    mention major spoilers about the game's plot, and you can never fully enjoy 
    BioShock Infinite's story if you know what happens! There are also some 
    references to the first BioShock game as well, but don't worry about spoiling 
    any major plot details if you have not played the game already. The truth is I 
    have not finished the story of BioShock 1 myself, but I do understoond most of 
    the references to the game in BioShock Infinite.
    
    I will try to list as many of these Easter eggs, references, and secrets as I 
    can, but it is always possible that I miss a few of them. Please contact me if 
    you notice anything missing from this guide.
    
    Finally, if you like this guide, and you are on GameFAQS, please click "Liked 
    this FAQ? Recommend it to others!" at the top of your screen. This will help 
    other people see this FAQ!
    
    Now that we have gotten that out of the way, let us dive into the world of 
    BioShock Infinite!
    
    
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                     MAJOR SPOILERS OF BioShock Infinite FOLLOW!
                    MINOR SPOILERS OF BioShock 1 FOLLOW AS WELL!
    
    
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    ----------------------Easter Eggs, References, & Secrets------------------[2]-
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    [A] Title Screen ================
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    [A1] The Konami Code                               |
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    Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A
    
    Does this code look familiar? It is the Konami Code, a cheat code that has 
    been used in video games since the age of the Nintendo Entertainment System. 
    Although Gradius for NES was the first game to use the code, it is most known 
    for its usage in the NES game, Contra. The code is usually included in video 
    games to provide gamers with some sort of item, ability, or shortcut to make 
    the game easier. In BioShock Infinite, the same idea holds true...for the most 
    part.
    
    Inputting the Konami Code at the title screen of BioShock Infinite will 
    unlock 1999 Mode if the gamer has not completed the campaign. This will allow 
    the gamer to select 1999 mode when starting a new game. When this mode is 
    selected, the video game will provide the following explanation for the mode:
    
                  "This hardcore mode is for the best of the best."
    
    1999 Mode allows the gamer to play through BioShock Infinite's campaign with 
    the game's hardest difficulty mode. This mode doesn't particularly change the 
    core gameplay of BioShock Infinite, but it makes slight adjustments to the 
    gameplay in order to elevate the difficulty of the game. Among these changes 
    are reduced ammo, greater damage taken from enemies, and reduction of spawn 
    points. I would recommend players to completely avoid playing through this 
    mode if they are playing BioShock Infinite for the first time, however.
    
    A user shows how to unlock 1999 mode in this video: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Werj_QoKt3A
    
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    [A2] Loading Screen Song by Scott Joplin           |
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    The first song you hear in this game is the song that plays every time you are 
    on a loading screen. The music that plays on the loading screen is
    actually called "Solace", a musical composition created by Scott Joplin in 
    1909 (You may be more familiar with Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer", known by 
    many as the "ice cream man song").
    
    You can listen to "Solace" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGU_MBMqEXA 
    
    
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    [B] The Lighthouse ==============
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    [B1] Wounded Knee                                  |
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    "I used to be an adventurer like you, but then I took an arrow in the knee." - 
    every single guard in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
     
    Whether you have played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim or not, you probably have 
    heard this phrase before. This meme was popularized by gamers back when Skyrim 
    was released in 2011. Whenever the Dragonborn passed by a guard, he or she 
    would talk to the player. One of the statements they make mentions them once 
    being an adventurer. Unfortunately, their days as adventurers ended when an 
    arrow was shot through their knee. Some gamers began to resent the constant 
    use of this meme on the internet while others enjoyed using the joke whenever 
    they could. The developers of BioShock Infinite decided to insert this joke 
    into the game to continue this trend.
    
    At the beginning of the game, Booker finds himself on a boat. A man and a 
    women are on the boat with him, and they are taking Booker to an unknown 
    location. As they are rowing, Booker receives a box from the woman. This 
    engraving is on top of the box:
    
                             ==========================
                                    Property of
                                   BOOKER DEWITT
                              7th CALVARY, WOUNDED KNEE
                             ==========================
    
    In this game, Wounded Knee refers to a battle Booker participated in. You get 
    to see an exhibit of the Battle of Wounded Knee later in the game.
    
    Do you want to walk through the exhibit titled "The Battle of Wounded Knee"? 
    You can in this video: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s05eqEiUva4
    
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    [B2] Call Me Booker                                |
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    Later in the game, you will figure out that quantum mechanics has a huge role 
    in the game's plot and setting. Booker DeWitt's name, in fact, is similar to 
    the name of a theoretical physicist known as Bryce Seligman DeWitt. Bryce 
    wrote several books about quantum mechanics, and he helped advanced Hugh 
    Everett's theory of "Many-Worlds."
    
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    [B3] The First Signs of Comstock                   |
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     Look for a note hanging on a wall within the lighthouse. The note will say
    
     "Be prepared. He's on his way. You must stop him. - C" 
    
    Comstock was the person who wrote the note. This note was written to the dead 
    man found in the lighthouse. Comstock was trying to kill you right from the 
    very beginning of the game! Thankfully, the Lutece twins are on your side!
    
    
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    [C] Welcome Center ==============
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    [C1] Someone New                                   |
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    Those of you who have played the first BioShock game might remember the warm 
    welcoming the player receives when the bathysphere reaches Rapture. A splicer 
    will observe the inside of the transportation device, and it will ask itself 
    "Is it someone new?" Then, it lets out a terrifying scream that sets the tone 
    for the rest of the game.
    
    In BioShock Infinite, Booker DeWitt is transported to Columbia via some sort 
    of transportation device. Once he reaches Columbia, he is dropped off at the 
    Church of Comstock. After Booker explores the church for a bit, he will 
    eventually arrive at some sort of baptismal area. A man who is preaching to 
    some men and women in white robes will spot Booker, and he will ask "Is it 
    someone new?" This is a reference to the splicer in BioShock 1.
    
    The following video shows the "Is it someone new?" sequence from both games: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU5qVS3B20M
    
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    [C2] The Scroll, The Key, and The Sword            |
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    In the beginning of the game, Booker will receive a little card that reveals 
    a secret code. The code says he must ring the bell with the scroll once, the 
    bell with the key twice, and the bell with the sword twice.
    
    When Booker reaches the Church of Comstock, he will come across a stained 
    glass window that shows a sword with the word 'Gladium' right under it. In 
    Latin, gladium means 'sword'. The next stained glass window he passes by will 
    show a key with the word 'Clavem' under it. Clavem means 'key' in Latin. He 
    will then pass by a stained glass window that shows a scroll with the word 
    'Volumen' written under it. In Latin, volumen means 'scroll'.
    
    After DeWitt wakes up in the Garden of New Eden (after being baptized), he 
    will find some people worshipping statues of George Washington, Thomas 
    Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin. You should notice that George Washington is 
    holding a sword, Thomas Jefferson is holding a scroll, and Benjamin Franklin 
    is holding a key.
    
    These symbols obviously have an important meaning to the people of Columbia. 
    You will see these symbols pop up here and there for the rest of the game 
    (Order of the Raven member outfits, propaganda pictures, etcetera), but the 
    locations I just mentioned are the easiest to spot. 
    
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    [C3] Saltonstall                                   |
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    Saltonstall is a character seen in the 2010 demo of BioShock Infinite. 
    Originally, he was meant to be a politician in the game. Upon meeting Booker 
    in the demo, his eyes will turn yellow, and he orders a man named Charles to 
    attack Booker with Murder of Crows. After Booker kills Charles, Saltonstall 
    escapes on a Sky-Line and enters a cannon where he begins to fire canonballs 
    at Booker. DeWitt would be required to follow him on the Sky-Line, and he 
    would eventually destroy the cannon, killing Saltonstall in the process.
    
    You can see Saltonstall in this video of the 2010 BioShock 
    Infinite E3 demo (Skip to 2:50): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6_PSJJFqmk
    
    Although Saltonstall's appearance was completely removed in the final release 
    of BioShock Infinite, the game does indicate that he still exists in Columbia. 
    The first time the game mentions Saltonstall's existence is in New Eden 
    Square. You will see two men and a woman talking about Saltonstall near the 
    building used for shoe polishing. One of the men will say:
    
    "Saltonstall's alright, I tell ya. Says he's for faith, family, and 
    fatherland. Who can be against all that?" - Male Columbia Citizen
    
    You can hear the conversation starting at 15:05 on this video: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3UJgHUUNDA
    
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    [C4] Anachronism #1 - "God Only Knows"             |
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    Anachronisms occur in movies and in books whenever something is not 
    chronologically correct. A person, place, thing, or event can be out of place 
    chronologically. For example, let us pretend that I was writing an article 
    about the history of the BioShock series. I wrote that BioShock Infinite was 
    released first in 2005. It was followed by the release of BioShock in 2007, 
    and BioShock 2 came out in 2010. My description of these events is, of course, 
    incorrect. BioShock Infinite was released in 2013, not 2005. Because I 
    misplaced the order of events in which they occurred, it is an example of an 
    anachronism.
    
    Generally, anachronisms are errors made by the writers of movies, books, and 
    other forms of media. These anachronisms are usually created on accident. 
    However, the anachronisms in BioShock Infinite are purposefully put into the 
    game. The explanations behind the anachronisms can be found when learning 
    about Albert Fink.
    
    Albert Fink, brother of Jeremiah Fink, is owner of Magical Melodies, a music 
    studio found in Downtown Emporia. The studio has published major hits, and 
    many popular songs sung by the citizens of Columbia are published by Magical 
    Melodies. The truth, however, is that Albert plagiarized every single song he 
    published. The songs he plagiarized did not come from the past, but they were 
    from the future. Albert was somehow able to find a tear, and he was able to 
    listen to songs from the future. Jeremiah Fink explains this phenomenon 
    through two voxophones.
    
    
                               = Changing My Tune =
                                 (Good Time Club)
    
    "I had thought you a fool, dear brother. When you told me that you heard 
    wonderful music trumpeting from holes in the thin air, I began to doubt your 
    mental integrity. But not only have you made your fortune from these doodads, 
    you have lit the path for me as well." - Jeremiah Fink
    
    
                              = Out of the Thin Air =
                                (Downtown Emporia)
    
    "Dear brother, these holes in the thin air continue to pay dividends. I know 
    not which musician you borrow your notes from, but if he has half the genius 
    of the biologist I now observe, well...then you are to be the Mozart of 
    Columbia." - Jeremiah Fink
    
    
    The first time Booker encounters one of the songs published by Magical 
    Melodies is when he is walking through New Eden Square. A barbershop quartet 
    called the Bee Sharps will be singing on a little ship. The song they sing is 
    called "God Only Knows". This song was originally recorded by The Beach Boys 
    in 1966. Since BioShock Infinite is set in 1912, this is an anachronism! As 
    you progress through BioShock Infinite's campaign, you will notice more of 
    these anachronisms popping up here and there.
    
    You can listen to the barbershop quartet sing "God Only Knows" here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8toGQq46tA
    
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    [C5] "I Married a Vox Populi"                      |
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    After you encounter the Bee Sharps, you will walk by a man and a woman. The 
    man will tell the woman "I'd keep an eye on that kind of talk, friend. That 
    kind of talk draws attention."
    
    The woman will respond "Oh, don't turn into some Finkton radical on me, John. 
    I do not want to be some character out of 'I Married a Vox Populi' now do I?"
    
    This is a reference to a 1949 film called "I Married a Communist." This movie 
    was later retitled "The Woman on Pier 13".
    
    You can see hear this reference at 0:20:00 on this video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3UJgHUUNDA
    
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    [C6] Now You See Them, Now You Don't               |
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    Right after you receive a telegram from a boy, look to the left. You should 
    find a telescope. If you look through the telescope, you will see Rosalind and 
    Robert Lutece at the bottom of your screen. Rosalind will be watching Robert 
    as he juggles. Exit the telescope, and the Lutece twins will disappear from 
    their location!
    
    This Youtube video shows off this neat secret:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DeH5jtb0sE
    
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    [C7] "I Appreciate a Lady Who Appreciates Value!"  |
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    In BioShock 1, you would hear the following message whenever you activated a 
    vending machine.
    
                         "Welcome to the circus of value!!!"
    
    The Dollar Bill vending machines from Infinite are very similar to the ones in 
    BioShock 1. The person who voiced the vending machines in BioShock Infinite 
    sounds exactly the same as the one who voiced them in BioShock 1. The Dollar 
    Bill vending machine also says something that is somewhat similar to what the 
    vending machines in BioShock 1 say.
    
                    "I appreciate a lady who appreciates value!"
    
    You can compare their voices yourself by listening to their audio clips linked 
    below.
    
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VnsM4PqYcg (BioShock 1 Vending Machine)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWhp4Dv9y7A (BioShock Infinite Dollar Bill VM)
    
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    [C8] Bucking Bronco Charges                        |
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    When you are at the fair in Columbia, you have the option to interact with one 
    of the first vending machines in the game. Unfortunately, you'll find out that 
    it sells Bucking Bronco (4) for a very high price that you cannot afford. You 
    will not see any item like this for the rest of the game.
    
    The truth is that Bucking Bronco (4) is a left over from an earlier E3 demo of 
    BioShock Infinite. Originally, the (4) stood for the amount of charges you 
    would receive from a vigor bottle. The more charges you had meant that you 
    could use your vigor abilities more often. This game play concept was replaced 
    with the salts system later on.
    
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    [C9] The Number 122                                |
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    The number 122 seems to have some significance in BioShock Infinite. When you 
    meet Robert and Rosalind at the fair, they will ask you to flip a coin. Robert 
    will have a chalkboard in front and behind him. Before you flip the coin, 
    there will be 110 tally marks written on the chalkboard on his back and 12 
    tally marks on the chalkboard in front of him. This totals to 122. After you 
    flip the coin, Rosalind will add another tally mark to the chalkboard making 
    the total amount of tally marks 123.
    
    You can watch the coin flip scene here: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uq39ofDtYPA
    
    122 comes up at the beginning of the game as well. When you ring the bells to 
    enter the top of the light house, you should notice that you must ring the 
    bell with the scroll once, ring the bell with the key twice, and ring the bell 
    with the sword twice. 
    
                             Scroll x1 - Key x2 - Sword x2
    
    Put the numbers together, and you will get 122!
    
    You can see Booker ring the bells here: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMdgANh0P8U
    
    Whenever you are at the loading screen in BioShock Infinite, look at the left 
    part of the screen. You will see information about Booker including his 
    detective badge. The document on the loading screen will state that Booker 
    DeWitt's detective badge was issued on 1/22/1892. Remove the slash between the 
    1 and 22, and you will get 122.
    
    Now, as you know, BioShock Infinite takes place in 1912. If we subtract 122 
    from 1912, we will get 1790. There were a few important events that occurred 
    in 1790. These events include the 1st State of the Union Address delivered by 
    President George Washington, Thomas Jefferson's appointment as 1st US 
    Secretary of State, and the creation of the Naturalization Act of 1790. 
    
    In BioShock Infinite, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington were 
    worshipped like gods by many people in Columbia. The Naturalization Act of 
    1790 provided the first requirements for becoming a US citizen. This act, 
    however, only granted the right to naturalize to white people while leaving 
    out people of other races. BioShock Infinite's Columbia also exhibits this 
    form of elitism and racism throughout the game.
    
    Is this all a coincidence? It might be, but 122 seems to signify quite a lot 
    in BioShock Infinite and in history.
    
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    [C10] Robert Lutece Statue > Rosalind Lutece Statue |
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    After you encounter the Lutece twins and flip the coin, you will walk by a 
    large statue of Robert Lutece. The game will tell you to hold X to look at the 
    statue. You will see that the statue will go through some sort of tear, and it 
    will be replaced by a statue of Rosalind Lutece! Most players will not 
    recognize this change at first because of their lack of knowledge of Robert 
    and Rosalind's identities.
    
    You can see this occurrence at 12:45 here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lg4AOn5w3co
    
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    [C11] "Goodnight Irene"                            |
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    At Columbia's raffle, Jeremiah Fink and the crowd that gathered will start 
    to sing "Goodnight Irene" if Booker does not approach the crowd. It is a folk 
    song written in 1908, so it is not an anachronism. 
    
    You can listen to "Goodnight Irene" in the game in this video: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvYJ9lLY-2M
    
    
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    [D] Comstock Center Rooftops ====
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    [D1] Hidden Lutece Dialogue                        |
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    When you meet the Lutece twins at the bar in the Blue Ribbon, you have the 
    ability to shoot them with your pistol. However, your shots will keep missing 
    them, and they are not afraid to make fun of you for trying to kill them. 
    After every shot you fire, they will say "Missed", "Missed Again", "Another 
    Miss", and other funny lines. 
    
    You can watch someone try to shoot the Lutece twins here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1xyt7dZaew
    
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    [D2] That Wrench...I Know That Wrench!             |
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    Shortly after obtaining the Murder of Crows Vigor on the top floor of the 
    Fraternal Order of the Raven, Booker will come across a broken vending 
    machine. A gear is found to the left of the machine. Next to the gear is a 
    wrench. This wrench looks exactly like the wrench obtained in the first 
    BioShock. That wrench is the first weapon obtained in BioShock!
    
    You can see a Youtube user show off the wrench here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GnfvnXzDNw
    
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    [D3] Hidden Music?                                 |
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    Within the Fraternal Order of the Raven, you will hear a lot of creepy 
    ambient sounds as you explore. In reality, those ambient sounds are a slowed 
    down version of some sort of song. Several people have tried to speed up the 
    sounds, and they turn into lyrics. A person is singing something, but the song 
    is incomplete. 
    
    You can listen to two sped up versions of the ambient noises in the following 
    videos:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keEJUfuDDQE
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK74rxBDd-I
    
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    [D4] Andrew Ryan / Booker DeWitt Portrait          |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    After exiting the Fraternal Order of the Raven building, Booker can enter a 
    building to his right. Inside, a woman is giving a man a description of Booker 
    DeWitt. The man is drawing Booker's face to match the woman's description. If 
    you look at the picture, you will find that it does not look like Booker 
    DeWitt at all. Some players believe the picture looks more like Andrew Ryan, a 
    character from BioShock 1. Others believe it is a mere coincidence that the 
    portrait looks like Ryan, and they believe the woman's description of Booker 
    is just inaccurate. What do you believe?
    
    You can see the portrait in this video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGDE5iAulyI
    
    
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    [E] Monument Island =============
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    [E1] La Revanche Du Jedi (The Revenge of the Jedi) |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Booker will finally encounter Elizabeth in Monument Tower. Before he meets 
    her, however, Booker will walk through several observation rooms. The rooms 
    were created to monitor Elizabeth's activities. In one observation room, 
    Elizabeth is seen in a room with a picture of the Eiffel Tower. Suddenly, she 
    opens up a tear and finds herself in Paris. If you look carefully into the 
    tear, you will notice a movie theater to the right of the Eiffel Tower. The 
    movie theater displays the title of the movie that it is playing, La Revanche 
    Du Jedi. The translation in English is The Revenge of the Jedi. The title for 
    this Star Wars film was later changed to The Return of the Jedi. However, the 
    tear Elizabeth opened might have been a universe where George Lucas decided 
    not to switch out 'Revenge' with 'Return'.
    
    This link takes you to a video that shows Elizabeth opening the tear:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hfw1fzPUgBQ
    
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    [E2] Anachronism #2 - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" |
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    While Elizabeth opens the tear to Paris, you can hear the song "Everybody 
    Wants to Rule the World" by the band Tears for Fears playing in the 
    background. The song was released in 1985, so it is another anachronism.
    
    It is also worth noting that Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi was 
    released in theaters in 1983, two years before the song was released.  In the 
    universe Elizabeth opened the tear to, either the movie was popular enough to 
    stay in theaters for two years, or the song was released two years earlier 
    than it originally did in our universe.
    
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    [E3] "This deal is getting worse all the time."    |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Shortly after Booker discovers Elizabeth's power of opening tears, he will say 
    
                    "This job is getting worse all the time."
                    
    This statement is a reference to a character from Star Wars. In Star Wars 
    Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, a character named Lando says "This deal is 
    getting worse all the time." while talking to Darth Vader.
    
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    [E4] The Principles of Quantum Mechanics Book      |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    When you meet Elizabeth for the first time, she freaks out and starts throwing 
    books at you. 'Book'er will eventually make her stop before she knocks him out 
    for good. If you look at the book she is holding in her hands, you will notice 
    its title is "The Principles of Quantum Mechanics", and it is written by 
    Rosalind Lutece. Near the end of the game, you begin to understand the role of 
    quantum mechanics in BioShock Infinite's plot. Apparently, Elizabeth had been 
    studying the subject long before Booker ever arrived in Columbia!
    
    You can look at the book's title at 0:27 here: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P18lYfdPicY
    
    
    =================================
    [F] Soldier's Field =============
    =================================
    
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    [F1] Your Baby is a....Pistol?                     |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Near the beginning of BioShock 1, your character saw a very creepy splicer. 
    A "mother splicer" was comforting her little baby who was in a stroller. 
    After you murdered the splicer, you found out that it was speaking to a 
    pistol. The pistol was her baby the whole time!
    
    In one of the hallways in Battleship Bay, you can find a stroller with pistol 
    ammo inside it. This is a reference to the "mother splicer" encounter in 
    BioShock 1.
    
    You can see the reference in this video: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOXuh-S2XnM
    
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    [F2] Anachronism #3 - "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"|
    ---------------------------------------------------
    As Booker and Elizabeth are walking through the beach area in Battleship Bay, 
    a familiar tune can be heard. A calliope, a musical instrument, will be 
    playing "Girls Just Want To Have Fun". A calliope creates sounds by sending 
    steam through whistles. The calliope in Battleship Bay can be seen on ships 
    that are found above the entrances and exits on the beach. "Girls Just Want To 
    Have Fun" is a 1979 song performed by Cyndi Lauper, so its appearance in 
    BioShock Infinite is another example of an anachronism.
    
    You can listen to these calliopes in the game here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-s0uXKIjvI
    
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    [F3] Lil' Miss Columbia                            |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    After you pass through some turnstiles to enter a shop in Battleship Bay, you 
    will find yourself in a shop that has a bunch of Comstock posters. If you look 
    around the shop, you will find a poster that shows a picture of Lil Miss 
    Columbia. If you go up some stairs in the shop, you will find a table with a 
    Lil Miss Columbis doll sitting on one of the seats. The doll of Lil Miss 
    Columbia bears some resemblance to the Little Sisters in BioShock 1.
    
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    [F4] Delayed THREE Times!                          |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    While Booker and Elizabeth explore The Arcade, an area in Battleship Bay, they 
    will come across a lot of Duke & Dimwit machines. These machines influence 
    younger children to think like a Duke and not to think like a Dimwit. 
    Elizabeth will notice one Duke & Dimwit machine called "Flawless Flintlock", 
    and she will say
    
    
    "Hey! Flawless Flintlock! It's the newest one in the series. I read it was 
    delayed three times." - Elizabeth
    
    
    This is a reference to the delayed release dates for BioShock Infinite. 
    BioShock Infinite was originally set to be released on October 16, 2012 in 
    North America. The game was delayed, and the release date was set for February 
    26, 2013. BioShock Infinite was delayed once again, and the release date was 
    set for March 26, 2013. Thankfully, the game finally released on that date, 
    and gamers received an excellent video game.
    
    You can hear Elizabeth's comment in this video: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAKRVDSWoXc
    
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    [F5] That Wrench...There It Is Again!              |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    When Booker and Elizabeth find and take control of The First Lady, Elizabeth 
    is under the impression that they will fly to Paris. When she read the 
    coordinates of the location Booker set course for, she realized Booker was 
    taking The First Lady to New York. Angry that Booker deceived her, Elizabeth 
    picks up an object from the floor and knocks out Booker DeWitt. The object she 
    picked up was a wrench, and that wrench looks similar to the wrench from 
    BioShock 1!
    
    You can see the wrench at 1:45 here: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te--I0iOz70
    
    
    =================================
    [G] Finkton =====================
    =================================
    
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    [G1] Anachronism #4 - "Fortunate Son"              |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    The Plaza of Zeal is an area in BioShock Infinite where workers can obtain a 
    job through a lottery. The Good Time Club and Shantytown are accessible from 
    this area. A workshop can be found to the left of the Good Time Club. In the 
    workship, a reddish tear can be found, and music can be heard by approaching 
    the tear. The music is called "Fortunate Son", a 1969 song by Creedence 
    Clearwater Revival.
    
    A Youtube user shows the location of the song tear in the video below:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dBvOVF3yFc (Skip to the 1:10 mark for the 
    tear)
    
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    [G2] "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?"                |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    When you reach Shantytown, it is a good idea to visit the Graveyard Shift Bar 
    for a special secret. If you head down into the basement of the 
    bar, you will see a child run away to hide under some stairs. There will also 
    be a guitar that Booker can interact with. If Booker interacts with the 
    guitar, he will pick it up, and he will start playing it. Elizabeth will begin 
    singing "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" with a strong and beautiful voice. This 
    scene only lasts for about 40 seconds, but the full version is heard during 
    the credits. 
    
    The 40 second version of the song is heard here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2snw-qQiC8
    
    In reality, Troy Baker, the voice actor for Booker DeWitt, played the guitar 
    while Courtnee Draper, the voice actress for Elizabeth, sung for their cover 
    of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" A short video played during the credits 
    shows them record the song.
    
    The video of Troy and Courtnee's cover is found here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZGOsSc5t_c
    
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    [G3] Anachronism #5 - "Shake Sugaree"              |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    In Shantytown, Booker and Elizabeth may come across a small band that consists 
    of children. The kids are playing the song "Shake Sugaree" to obtain money. 
    This song was written by Elizabeth Cotten in 1967.
    
    You can listen to the band play the song here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_DbOThWKi4
    
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    [G4] Anachronism #6 - "Tainted Love"               |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    The Graveyard Shift Bar in Shantytown has a record player that plays the song 
    "Tainted Love." This song was written by Ed Cobb and recorded by Gloria Jones 
    in 1964.
    
    You can listen to the record player here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NPUTYflLaI
    
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    [G5] Referencing Rapture (Voxophones)              |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    If you have read everything in this guide up to this point, you are aware that 
    Albert Fink had been listening to music from the future to produce his 
    products. Jeremiah Fink, Albert's brother, also took advantage of the tears to 
    benefit his business. He describes his observations while looking through the 
    tears in two voxophones. One is found in Finkton while the other is found in 
    Emporia.
    
    
                           = A Child Needs a Protector =
                                (Fink Manufacturing)
    
    "These holes have shown me yet another wonder, though I've yet to see the 
    application for it. They illuminate a merger of machine and man that is 
    somehow the lesser, yet the greater, of both parties. The process seems to be 
    irreversible. Perhaps, though, Comstock will have some need of this kind of 
    thing to keep watch in that tower he is building." - Jeremiah Fink
    
    
                             = Out of the Thin Air =
                                (Downtown Emporia)
    
    "Dear brother, these holes in the thin air continue to pay dividends. I know 
    not which musician you borrow your notes from, but if he has half the genius 
    of the biologist I now observe, well...then you are to be the Mozart of 
    Columbia." - Jeremiah Fink
    
    
    In 'A Child Needs a Protector', Jeremiah is observing the Big Daddies of 
    BioShock 1. His observations may have led to the development of the Songbird. 
    The Songbird formed a relationship with Elizabeth similar to the relationship 
    between the Big Daddy and Little Sister. The title of the voxophone itself 
    also references the relationship of these characters from the first BioShock.
    
    In 'Out of the Thin Air', Fink says he is observing a genius biologist. The 
    existence of Vigors and Salts might be thanks to the technology of Rapture. As 
    you probably have already noticed, Vigors are like Plasmids and Salts are 
    similar to EVE from BioShock 1.
    
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    [G6] Anachronism #7 - "Fortunate Son"              |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Booker and Elizabeth needed to find a gunsmith in order to get weapons for the 
    Vox Populi. They find him dead, so they go through a tear into another reality 
    where the man is alive. As they explore the new universe they entered, they 
    find out that the Vox Populi have staged a revolution. After leaving the 
    building that used to house the dead gunsmith, they will encounter a woman 
    singing "Fortunate Son" outside. As I stated before, the song is a 1969 song 
    by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
    
    You can listen to the woman sing the song here: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XADErOyjjE8
    
    
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    [H] Emporia =====================
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    [H1] Lutece, Lutetia, and Paris                   |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    By the time you reach Emporia, you will have met Rosalind and Robert Lutece 
    quite a few times, and you will understand that Elizabeth REALLY wanted to go 
    to Paris. It is interesting to note that Lutece (with an accent over the "e") 
    is the French form of Lutetia. Lutetia was a Roman city located where Paris 
    stands today!
    
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    [H2] Anachronism #8 - "Shiny Happy People"         |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Elizabeth and Booker will find and ride a gondola to get closer to the 
    Comstock House. Along the way, they see Robert and Rosalind Lutece dancing, 
    painting, and doing other stuff. After they exit the gondola, they can hear 
    the 1991 song "Shiny Happy People" by the band R.E.M.
    
    The area where you hear the song is shown here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TFTvGYP2wI
    
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    [H3] Saltonstall is Dead                          |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Since being mentioned by the citizens of Columbia was not enough, Saltonstall 
    will appear again in the game. This time, however, he is shown to be dead. As 
    you travel through Port Prosperity, you will come across a sign where a bunch 
    of scalps are hung. "Tell us prophet do you see us coming?" is written on the 
    sign by the Vox Populi. Saltonstall's scalp is found among the scalps hung on 
    the sign.
    
    You can see the sign here: http://BioShock.wikia.com/wiki/File:Rreretwre.jpg
    
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    [H4] Toilet Potatoes                               |
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    Go to the Salty Oyster restaurant in Port Prosperity. Next, head for the 
    bathroom. In one of the toilets (flies will be flying around it), you will see 
    two smelly, disgusting potatoes, and Booker can eat them!
    
    You can see the potatoes here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-gtz7--E2E
    
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    [H5] 0451                                          |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Looking Glass Studios is a company that helped develop video games such as 
    Thief: The Dark Project, System Shock 2, and Command & Conquer. In Emporia, 
    Booker and Elizabeth will come across a door that requires a special code to 
    unlock. Booker finds out that the code is '0451'. This code has been used to 
    unlock doors in other games such as Deus Ex: Human Revolution, BioShock, and 
    System Shock 2. In reality, 0451 used to be a door code for the offices of 
    Looking Glass Studios!
    
    You can see this code shown at 1:20 in this video: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzLFpwoLLHk
    
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    [H6] Your Baby is a....Hand Cannon?                |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    You will find this reference to BioShock 1 once again in Emporia. You will 
    come across a burning building, and inside there will be a baby carriage with 
    a dead mother next to it. Inside the carriage you will find a hand cannon, a 
    possible reference to BioShock 1. In that game, a splicer was talking to a 
    pistol within a baby carriage.
    
    This video shows the location of this reference:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu2TwDr5bcg
    
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    [H7] Anachronism #9 - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" |
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    This song makes another appearance when you find Albert Fink's music studio in 
    Emporia. In Magical Melodies, you will find a phonograph that is playing 
    "Everybody Wants to Rule the World".
    
    You can listen to the phonograph here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaXZffvUHLA
    
    ----------------------------------------------------
    [H8] Anachronism #10 - "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"|
    ----------------------------------------------------
    Yet another music tear can be found in Magical Melodies when you first enter 
    it. This tear lets you hear "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", but this time it 
    has vocals.
    
    You can listen to the music from the tear here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcbP7YrimrU
    
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    [H9] Snight                                        |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    While walking around the Memorial Gardens in Emporia, you might notice a 
    gravestone that has 'Snight' on it. Mike Snight is an environment artist that 
    worked on BioShock Infinite!
    
    A BioShock Infinite player shows the location of the gravestone here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JzjyDFvwMg
    
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    [H10] Rapture Records                               |
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    While you search for a tear in the Lutece Labs, look out for a record player 
    on the first floor. Inside the record player is a record labeled "Rapture 
    Records". Rapture Records, a record company, was found in BioShock 1.
    
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    [H11] "Life is like a box of chocolates."           |
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    The world of Columbia is a beautiful place, but some things seem to be 
    misplaced around the city in the sky. Booker will eat hot dogs from a trash 
    can, a can of beans from a woman's purse, or eat a pineapple from an enemy's 
    corpse! I am probably exaggerating a bit, but it is true that food can be 
    found in some of the weirdest places in this game. 
    
    At some points in the game, you will find a box of chocolates labeled "Quality 
    Chocolates". If you search the box, you will find a food item that is not 
    a sweet piece of chocolate.
    
    This picture shows what one user received: http://imgur.com/r/gaming/wONMwe5
    
    Whose idea was to put a hotdog in a box of chocolates!? This might be a 
    reference to the 1994 movie, Forrest Gump. However, this is likely the result 
    of the randomly placed food items found throughout the game. Nevertheless, 
    remember that this quote from Forrest Gump bears a lot of truth:
    
    
    "My momma always said, "Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what 
    you're gonna get."" - Forrest Gump
    
    
    =================================
    [I] Comstock House ==============
    =================================
    
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    [I1] Rapture Records Returns                       |
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    Booker is transported to the future to receive a message from an old 
    Elizabeth. When you reach the Warden's Office, there will be a phonograph that 
    has another record labeled "Rapture Records".
    
    You can see a player show off this secret here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1HgaVJvnOY
    
    
    =================================
    [J] Hand of the Prophet =========
    =================================
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    [J1] Welcome Back to Rapture                       |
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    When Booker loses control of the Songbird, Elizabeth transports them to 
    Rapture. Although this is part of the story and not an Easter egg, there are a 
    few things you can miss if you don't explore Rapture for a bit. 
    
    The first thing you should look for is the Big Daddy and Little Sister. You 
    can see them on the walkway if you look out the windows after Songbird dies. 
    If you walk up the stairs, you will find the Gatherer's Garden, a vending 
    machine that allowed you to purchase upgrades in BioShock 1. "La Mer (Beyond 
    the Sea)", a song heard in the first BioShock, is playing in the background as 
    well.
    
    You can watch this sequence of the game here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAoJimnCp_4
    
    ---------------------------------------------------
    [J2] Songbird Scream in BioShock 1                 |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    When Songbird dies, in BioShock Infinite, it lets out a terrible scream. Many 
    players remember the same scream from BioShock 1 during a scene with 
    Fitspatrick. 
    
    You can compare the screams here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jpbdxqef9MI (BioShock 1)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsjYmlnP1a4 (BioShock Infinite)
    
    Is it a coincidence? Did the developers just reuse the sound effect?
    
    
    =================================
    [K] Sea of Doors ================
    =================================
    
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    [K1] 2010 Elizabeth                                |
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    The Elizabeth you know in the 2013 release of BioShock Infinite did not look 
    the same three years ago. The demo of the game released in 2010 showed a very 
    different looking Elizabeth. During the baptismal sequence at the end of the 
    game, a group of different looking Elizabeths will begin to appear. The 
    Elizabeth that appears at the far left of the group is the Elizabeth from the 
    2010 demo!
    
    Try to spot her in this video which shows the ending sequence:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUHXJ9qPIcM
    
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    [K2] Extra Scene After Credits                     |
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Hopefully you watched all of the credits because there is an extra scene after 
    the credits finish! Booker will wake up in his office, and he will look into 
    Anna's room to see if she is still there.
    
    You can watch this extra scene here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0HKMeaCQkw 
    
    
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