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.
Did You Know?
This episode shares many similarities to the tv show Fringe including an eccentric doctor with a fondness for hallucinogens, a sensory deprivation tank, a long lost office hidden at a university, and, of course, a focus on fringe science. 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