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Episode 9 – Space

The Case: When informed of a possible sabotage at NASA, Agents Mulder and Scully investigate a mysterious force behind the events.  The investigation leads them directly back to the commander of the team and former astronaut who witnessed an alien force while in space. Click here to listen.

Web Report Featured Site: NASA website; Kepler Program; Shuttle Program; Space Station; Astronomy Photo of the DayApollo Program; iPhone/iPad Aps; NASA Interactive Experience; NASA Podcasts; Visiting NASA

The Truth is Still Out There Featured Sites: Sonoma International Film Festival; “The Real Story of the FBI UFO ‘X-Files'” article“No Sex Please, We’re Mulder & Scully” article; “Hours of X-Files Teach Life Lessons” article; The Independent Critic’s Review of “The Truth is Out There”; The Huffington Post’s Review of “The Truth is Out There”; LAX-Files Book Signing/Q&A Tickets; X-Files News.com; X-Files Truth Facebook Page 

Featured Music: “Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity” (from The Planets) by the London Symphony Orchestra; “Standalone” by Ghost in the Machine; All X-Files music by Mark Snow

X-Files DNA Featured Music: “High Roller” by The Crystal Method

Listen to Snow TraX for this episode.

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4 responses

  1. GrayGhost

    Hi, I have been listening to all of your podcasts and enjoy them very much. One comment about “Space”- not only do most X-philes not like it, but from what I have read, Chris Carter did not like it either. I think it best to put this ep at or near the bottom of the list and move on to “Fallen Angel” (one of my favorites). GrayGhost

    April 26, 2011 at 4:32 PM

    • Thanks for the kind words about the podcast, GrayGhost. We do appreciate that you’re listening, and are very glad you like what you hear.

      “Space” isn’t one of the favorites of our X-Files Truth team either, but you have to take the good with the bad. We’re dedicated to covering all the episodes, even those we aren’t fond of. Even though the episode wasn’t the greatest, we did our best to try to make it entertaining. All of us are looking forward to “Fallen Angel” next time. Hope you are too!

      April 26, 2011 at 5:43 PM

      • GrayGhost

        I agree, all episodes need to be covered. Actually, it can be more entertaining to listen to a critique of a bad ep than one everybody likes.

        April 27, 2011 at 6:43 PM

  2. That’s a very interesting way to look at it, GrayGhost! The way I see it, the worst X-Files episode is still better than most of the stuff on television these days & I want to believe (pun intended) that the lesser episodes can still be fun to cover.

    April 27, 2011 at 7:28 PM

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