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    "The X-Files" Series Screen-Used Crime Scene Props. Crime scene collection that includes a graphic photo (8" x 10") of a young woman in her bra, chest covered with faux blood and sprawled out in the woods. A second similar photo (8" x 10") of a male victim with his shirt open, and a bloody chest, and laying near a loading dock. A third photo (8" x 10") shows the open grave of Sherill Scheurich with an empty coffin and broken crypt, the entire area circled in blood. Also, a smaller photo (3" x 5") of a headstone of Edgar H. Shannon, a police department incident report for James Doe with an attached color photograph of a skeleton on a grassy embankment, an Immigration Application, and a Coroner's File containing twelve pages of medical reports for Karen Winn. The story centers on Agent Mulder & Scully's (actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson) murder investigation with bodies that are found with their hearts torn out. From The X-Files (1993-2002) episode "Milagro," which originally aired on April 18, 1999. The open grave photo is from the episode "Millennium," which originally aired on November 28, 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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