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Listener’s Page

The X-Files Truth team enjoys hearing from our listeners. Please feel free to contact us by e-mail, posting on the website, or visiting our Facebook page. Our listeners thoughts on X-Files episodes, the podcast, and stories about how you became a fan of the X-Files are always appreciated! Below are some messages we’ve received from a few of our listeners.

Salome: “I feel I must congratulate you guys. Not for another set of great observations, we’re used to that. No, but for having the chutzpa to break out Rubberband Man and More Bounce to the Ounce.”

Dan: “I grew up in a musical family, and I couldn’t wait for the next episode, not only for the story but also the music.  You are doing a great thing for us fans.” (Photo courtesy of Dan)

Christopher: “Just wanted to leave a quick note that whichever Agent chose Iron Maiden’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner as the segue music for Beyond the Sea is a genius. GENIUS.”

Charlie: “I LOVE your podcast!!!! I like to listen while I am at work. I am old enough to have seen the X-Files when it first aired and it was quite the phenomenon at the time. Nic Lea (Krycek) was my favorite character, although I like Mitch Pileggi (Skinner) as well. The Dwayne Berry arc was great and I credit it to the great acting of Steve Railsback.”

Tracey: “I love the x-files truth, actually all of agent shadows podcast. Just wanna give props to all u agents for doing such an awesome job. Keep it up!”

Agent Ron: “I stumbled across the X Files mid Season Two during high school.  At first I would only catch bits and pieces of the episodes when they aired on Friday evenings, and I was gullable enough to think they were re-enacting actual FBI cases.  I always thought the show was interesting, but I didn’t pay too much attention to it until I got to college.  I didn’t watch much TV at all while studying so much, but I made time to watch the episodes with friends.  It became a weekly ritual.  My old college buddies still talk about the X Files.”

Lil: “Just wanted to thank you for all you do, and let you know that I’m looking forward to hearing your take on all the episodes.”

Shawn: “Love the podcast! Keep up the great work!”


4 responses

  1. Tarren

    Great job on this podcast! The hard work and time you all put in is apparent and very much appreciated! It has been fun re-watching episodes with you. I must admit that Agent Chelsea’s Chem Lab has found that high school-aged girl in me that looked forward to watching Mulder and Scully interact every week. Agent Shadow’s snow tracks reach the musician inside of me, and Agent Summer’s web reports continue to make me happy to learn that the X-Files is still alive and well out in the world.

    Keep up the great work — your podcasts get better and better each week and help make my commute from school to work to home a pleasant experience. 🙂


    October 7, 2011 at 9:10 AM

    • Tarren – Thank you so much for the kind words. We’re very glad you enjoy the podcast and are watching along with us. We’d certainly love to hear your thoughts on the episodes along the way. The thoughts and views of Philes is one of the things that makes the X-Files even better!

      October 8, 2011 at 12:38 AM

  2. fσяєνєя uиwяιttєи

    I am a huge fan of The X-Files. I remember watching each and every Friday night back in the 1990’s. It was the highlight of my weekend. (Man, I missed that alot!)
    Great job putting this site together! Love listening to these awesome podcasts.


    February 27, 2013 at 9:46 PM

    • Thanks for writing Benjamin.

      Those were great times indeed. Friday nights, after school, not quite ready to hang out late…perfect!! Even when it moved to Sunday. Those first few seasons were the best in my opinion. Hope you are enjoying the podcasts and the website..feel free to write in anytime and share your thoughts with us.

      Agent Stone

      March 3, 2013 at 5:20 PM

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