Scully: I was raised to believe that god had his reasons, no matter how mysterious.
Mulder: He may have his reasons, but he seems to use a lot of psychotics to carry out his job orders.
Lewis Brady had a "Felon wanted by the FBI" file in 1929, but the FBI wasn't called the FBI until 1935; until then it was just the "Bureau of Investigation." See more...
Scully describes the man's body as becoming "living metal" (I think). And Robert Patrick (i.e. The T-1000 in Terminator 2) says something along the lines of "A man made of metal? That kind of thing only happens in the movies, Agent Scully". See more...
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|Original entry||When they find the felled ancient tree, the stump that Mulder clambers up onto to investigate the growth rings has a distinctive crack at the center and the growth rings are irregular in shape. However the stump that we get a close up of has no crack and regular circular rings.|