The Case: Eugene Victor Tooms, the serial killer with an ability to find his way into tight places to extract and eat human livers is released from prison in spite of Mulder’s objections. As Tooms tries to complete his quota, Mulder and Scully struggle to find proof within the confines of their superior. Listen Here.
Web Report featured site: Official Doug Hutchinson Website
The Truth is Still Out There featured sites: Writing for TV Drama Event with Vince Gilligan; ‘American Horror Story’ Writers; Frank Spotnitz’s ‘Nemesis’; The X-Files X-Posed; Mel Brooks ‘Pizzaman’; Mitch Pileggi guest role on ‘The Finder’; Chris Carter’s ‘Unique’; Vince Gilligan on NPR’s ‘Fresh Air’; ‘Homeland’ Schedule; ‘Phantom’ with David Duchovny; 25 Memorable Guest Stars on the Simpsons; Fault Magazine with Gillian Anderson; Talk with Gillian Anderson at the Rose Theatre Kingston; ‘Gillian Anderson not Bossy with Kids’
Featured Music: “Theme from the X-Files” by Michael Chertock; “Standalone” by Ghost in the Machine; “Raptus” by Mark Snow; “A Place in History” by Mark Snow; “Eyes of Truth” by Enigma; “Ocean Waves” by Sounds for Life; “Connecting with Nature” by Dave Matthews; “The Space Between” by the Dave Matthews Band; “Rubber BAnd Man” by Electric 6; “More Bounce to the Ounce” by Zapp & Roger; “Burn in Hell” by Twisted Sister; “Cool for Cats” by Squeeze; “Burn Rubber’ by The Gap Band; “Rubberband Man” by The Muppet Show with Lynda Carter; “Twist and Shout” by The Who; All X-Files Music by Mark Snow.
X-Files DNA Music: “Rubber Band Man” by Detroit Spinners