Episode 16 – Young at Heart
The Case: John Barnett, a part human, part creature, but all killer criminal returns from a supposed prison death to make good on the promise of vengeance against Agent Mulder. With a new spree of crimes and slayings, Agent Mulder and Scully discover unauthorized experimentation on Barnett that may have reversed his aging process. Click here to listen.
Web Report featured site: Generation Terrorists
The Truth is Still Out There featured sites: ‘X-Files’ Writers: Where are They Now?; James Wong and Howard Gordon’s 2084; What could Vince Gilligan do after ‘Breaking Bad’?; Actor Lance Henricksen on His Colorful Autobiography; ‘Good Day for It’ LA Premier; Cary Elwes on Princess Bride, His Sex Symbol Status, and Comic Cons; Cary Elwes signs on to ‘The Citizen’; David Duchovny’s advert for 600Million.org; ‘Deep Season’ Sons of Anarchy; ‘Chuck’ Panel at Comic-Con; A&E’s mini-series ‘Bag of Bones’; ‘Where There’s Smoke…:Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man, a Memoir’
Featured Music: “Theme from the X-Files” by Michael Chertock; “Jeopardy Theme” by Merv Griffin; “Extremis (Saki Mix By In the Nursery)” by Hal; “Standalone” by Ghost in the Machine; “Teotihuacan” by Noel Gallagher; “X-Files Theme (paranormal activity mix)” by Dado; “Raptus” by Mark Snow; “Eyes of Truth” by Enigma; “Ocean Waves” by Sounds for Life; “Only the Good Die Young” by Billy Joel; “Young at Heart” by Joss Stone; “Young at Heart” by The Bluebells; “Young at Heart – 1954 78rpm” by Frank Sinatra; “Young at Heart” by Bananarama; “Young at Heart” by Jimmy Durante; “Chelsea” by The Summer Set; All X-Files Music by Mark Snow.
X-Files DNA Featured Music: “Young Hearts” by Commuter