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  • I think that this is one of the grossest episodes of the popular 1990s television show The X-Files which I have watched
  • When the crows fly away he noticed that they were interested in a gruesome looking carcass of an animal which had been rotting with sores and had decomposers on and inside it


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      I think that this is one of the grossest episodes of the popular 1990s television show “The X-Files” which I have watched. In fact, there is a huge possibility that this might actually be the nastiest I have ever watched as well, and the strangest thing about it too is that is part of what helped to make it a little scary. I don’t usually like horror movies with a high

      gore factor because I usually think is makes them less scary too. It was the forty sixth episode of the entire X-Files series, and the twenty second episode of the second season.

      In the introduction, it shows a biologist who is collecting bugs in a forest. However, he looks up above and sees some crows which seem to be circling around a carcass on the ground. He tries to find where ...


      • they are and then when he does tries to shoo them away. When the crows fly away he noticed that they were interested in a gruesome looking carcass of an animal which had been rotting with sores and had decomposers on and inside it. Nevertheless, despite the fact that he is a biologist and he knows the state of the animal, the only thing he does is put on rubber gloves
        and goes up to it to collect some more bugs. He catches whatever the animal had and finds himself suffering later and is unable to get anyone on his radio. Security personnel find his body 7 hours later.

        Mulder and Scully are sent to investigate the escape of two convicts from a prison and find out that the same mystery disease or epidemic is what had cause the two well convicts to run.




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