Just look at Blakes shadow in the birth scene. There is no baby in his hands! Even Lynn says: “There is nothing there.”
You can find the reason for this is outlast 1 Whistleblower: there are no women in the asylum because they became pseudo pregnant during the experiments. That’s why her belly grows rapidly (because of the strange microwaves perhaps) and got “pregnant” even though she and Blake didn’t have sex in months (he outright says it).
Knoth and Blake are hallucinating. So I guess there is also no apocalypse/bomb whatever. Or Murkoff tried to get rid of that place.
So I'm new to the fandom. Can you please explain why I see people calling Bellamy Bradbury? Sorry if this is a stupid question I'm just so confused.
well, the blake triplets was a meme during season 3 or more like a coping mechanism bc basically everyone was sick of bellamy’s s3 arc. hawthornewhisperer explained this better than i ever could so i’ll just copypaste:
“It would appear that Cl.exa fans refer to Bellamy as Boris when they’re being unflattering in their depictions of him. (I’m going to choose to believe this is their version of L.exa and this is them being nice to keep hate out of the tags. No one tell me otherwise.) Idk where Bradbury comes from– apparently it’s his middle name in the books (…NERD) and perhaps Cl.exa fans use that too. Idk, that’s not ultimately important.
Anyhoo, it would appear that some Bellamy fans seized on this idea and split his character development into three stages: Bradbury (early season one: bad hair and a tendency to act like an overprotective patriarchal gorilla about Octavia), Bellamy (late season one and all of season two: sensitive, guilt stricken, heroic), and Boris (season three: likes murdering, listens to Pike, has very little resemblance to the actual character of Bellamy despite Bob’s valiant efforts). They are now the Blake triplets.
Bradbury is a dick but redeemable, Bellamy is the exact opposite of a dick, and Boris probably texts pictures of his dick to random women.”