The team expects bloody murder after Nate's escape, but in stead two 'corpses' seem resurrected, in Max Ferris's case even during 'autopsy'. The crucial factor is a natural toxins combination, not unlike voodoo-zombie-powder. This and the subjects' identity all lead to retired professor Dr. Aden, who used it in secret 1970s near-death research for the Pentagon. Written by
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At one point Dr. Aden exclaims that the treatment of his work is like "Philo Farnsworth all over again." Philo Farnsworth was an eccentric inventor who had to spend many years in court battling with the RCA corporation to finally receive the credit for inventing television. See more
David is about to perform an autopsy. He's been touching the body, clothes, and personal effects, when he gets a call. He doesn't take off the rubber gloves to answer the call, transferring germs to the phone, leaving himself and other liable to pick up the germs. See more
References Dead Man Walking