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    "The X-Files" Series Props. Medical collection on FBI agent Fox Mulder featuring a Lakewood Medical Laboratories chemistry and hematology report on patient Fox Mulder dated Feb 28, 1997 by S. Scheurich, M.D.; Mulder's dental X-ray (8" x 4") backed with a blue lighting gel; a gas spectrometer analysis; and a FBI Investigation Report by Dana Scully, Special Agent, X-Files Division that states: "Lab results determined the spores we were exposed to have a chemical structure similar to LSD. They also contain a neurotoxin which acts as a mild paralyzing agent." All enclosed in a large Department of Justice envelope marked, "Rush: Sensitive Material" that bears the name of FBI Agent Dana Scully c/o the Asheville, North Carolina coroner. Also, a report issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation dated May 9, 1999 featuring a goldenrod cover page that reads, "Pertaining to the death of Special Agent Fox Mulder." White pages of the report states, "The exact cause of Agent Mulder's death is not and cannot clearly be stated in this record... Torture, alien mutilation, ritual killing, vengeance murder and human sacrifice will all be explored." The same white page repeats for 37 pages and is two-holed punched and bound by two brass brads. In the episode, Agents Mulder and Scully (actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson) investigate the mysterious deaths of The Schiff's in the Brown Mountains of North Carolina. It is there that Mulder & Scully come in contact with a giant carnivorous mushroom and become trapped inside an underground cocoon. Scully eventually discovers Mulder's skeleton and must report on his death, only later to deduce that this is all a hallucination. From The X-Files (1993-2002) episode, "Field Trip" which originally aired on May 9, 1999. Acquired from Fox Television in 2003. Authenticated by the world's foremost curators of television artifacts, The Comisar Collection of Beverly Hills.

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