Agent Scully gets paired up with a new partner to investigate a singular case. Alfred Fellig, a freelance crime photographer, has a knack for arriving at crime scenes shortly after the murder and long before the police arrive. Local authorities suspect Fellig may be killing the victims himself before photographing them. Written by
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Upon Agent Scully's discovering that Fellig hasn't aged at least since 1964, Agent Ritter says the guy is "a regular Dick Clark." Dick Clark is known for looking eternally young, even into advanced age. See more
The knife pulled by the hood to stab Fellig makes the clear sound of a switchblade. The knife found at the scene, shown in close-up in the evidence bag, is a fold-out. It would not have made the sound of a switchblade, even if the hood had 'flipped' it out. See more
I just think that death only looks for you, once you seek its opposite.