A man infected with a deadly pathogen climbs into Mulder's car and tells him to keep the vehicle moving. Scully attempts to produce an antidote.
Did You Know?
The idea exploring the secret military experimental use of low-frequency waves is based on two real-life military experiments, Project HAARP and Project ELF. The former is an army experiment dealing with electromagnetic radiation in the Earth's ionosphere, and the second is a navy experiment dealing with long wavelengths or "Extreme Low Frequencies". See more
As Scully walks into the Crumps yard and her flashlight illuminates an old chaise lounge, a person wearing a white tank top runs out from the bushes and off screen to the right. No reference to this person is made in the story. See more
[Mulder slows down for a stoplight
What the hell are you doing?
I'm composing a sonnet; what does it look like I'm doing?