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Close Encounters of the Murderous Kind 

Astrophysicist Marie Subbarao (35)'s corpse is found, with all symptoms of fatal explosive decompression. Her ex Ted Carter, a colleague at the institute, has an alibi. An SF author friend ... See full summary »

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Benny Stryker
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Astrophysicist Marie Subbarao (35)'s corpse is found, with all symptoms of fatal explosive decompression. Her ex Ted Carter, a colleague at the institute, has an alibi. An SF author friend also points to Castle's remark that everything seems to point to aliens. However the team's digging leads to FBI agent Westfield, whose agency goes to extraordinary lengths to stop their investigation, yet fails to keep from them Chinese Ung Kyu's involvement. Written by KGF Vissers

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15 November 2010 (USA)  »

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When Castle and Beckett's car is disabled, the scenery background and camera angles are intentionally similar to Close Encounters of the Third Kind. See more »

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Richard Castle: Marie Subbarao, a sober minded scientist, believes she was abducted by aliens after intercepting strange radio signals. Using a telescope, she photographs the source of the signal. The next day, dies mysteriously. Then her office is raided by shadowy government agents. I'm not asking you to die your hair red and call me Mulder. I would simply ask that you consider the possibility that Marie had knowledge of, or made contact with, something up there that somehow led to her death.
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References E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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The X-Files Theme
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Written by Mark Snow
Performed by Nathan Fillion
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