At a South American dig, archaeologists unearth the grave of an ancient shaman. Transported to the Boston Museum of Natural History against the wishes of the locals, strange occurrences bring Scully and Mulder onto the case of a murdered anthropologist, seemingly killed by a large cat. Central to the case is Dr. Bilac who seems to have some connection to what is happening. As the FBI agents continue their investigation - a profusion of rats in the museum is only one of the things they have to put up with - the State department in Washington is considering whether to return of relics. Written by
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Originally the script called for hordes of common house cats to attack Mulder and Scully. Unfortunately, the cats refused to attack under direction and did pretty much nothing. All felines, from little kitten to big tigers, are absolutely lazy when having well fed and not in danger. See more
When they investigate the museum toilet, Mulder opens all stalls on the far side of the room, then he walks to the near side to open one of the stalls there. Then it cuts to a view from inside that stall and all the doors on the far side are closed again.
Mulder then opens three of the doors again, and when it cuts to a close-up of the three talking, the doors are closed again. See more
Have you been drinking yaje, Mulder?
Piano Sonata 8 Op 13
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven See more