(Sayid is questioning "Henry" about the body they found)
Henry: He was dead already. Four months ago I was part of the search party. Henry Gale was hanging out of the basket ... neck broken.
Sayid: So he was already dead?
Sayid: Then you buried him and left a grave marker?
(Sayid pulls a 20 dollar bill out of his pocket)
Sayid: You really should have checked his wallet before you did that. I assume Henry Gale did not have any paper on which to compose his thoughts, so he had to improvise. There wasn't much space for that. (reads the bill) "Jennifer, well you were right. Crossing the Pacific isn't easy. I owe you a beer. I'm hiking to one of the beaches to start a signal fire. If you're reading this I guess I didn't make it. I'm sorry. I love you, Jenny. Always have; always will. Yours, Henry." So tell me, how did Henry Gale write a note to his wife with a broken neck?