Mulder and Scully investigate a series of bizarre deaths, all of which involved healthy young adults who died of massive coronaries after having sexual intercourse. Mulder believes the heart attacks were brought on by massive amounts of pheromones though Scully is somewhat skeptical. The geographic distribution of the murders leads them to Massachusetts and a religious cult known as the Kindred. The sect allows them into the group provided they surrender their weapons. They are also upset to learn that one of them may be committing murders in the outside world. They have a secret however, one that will astound the open-minded Mulder. Written by
Did You Know?
The big picture in the discotheque is a copy of a painting of H.R. Giger
, the Swiss artist who designed Alien
(1979). See more
A brief scene of Mulder and Sculley driving to Massachusetts shows mountains in the background that clearly are nowhere near New England, but are the mountains of British Columbia. See more
So what IS our profile of the killer? Indeterminate height, weight, sex; unarmed but extremely attractive?
Referenced in Gone Home
In the Line of Duty: Street War
Written by Mark Snow
Performed by Mark Snow See more