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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The police photographer who knows when people will die is named Alfred Fellig. He was named after Usher "Arthur" Fellig, better known as "Weegee", a police photographer who became notorious in the 1930s and 1940s for taking gruesome crime scene photos. Like the eponymous character in "Tithonus", Weegee owned a police scanner, which often enabled him to get to crime scenes before the police. Unlike the X Files character, Weegee was not really psychic, although police gave him his nickname (a variation of "oujia") after joking that he was. See also the trivia section for Road to Perdition
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When Alfred Fellig is loading his film, he switches on the safe light (red/orange light). When doing photography film must be loaded and unloaded in complete darkness. Photographic paper is safe under a red light, but film will still be ruined by it. See more
I just think that death only looks for you once you seek its opposite.
Written by Mark Snow
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