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Fresh Bones


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The X-Files (season 2, episode 15)

The X-Files

TV Show|1993
The exploits of FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully who investigate X-Files: marginalized, unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena. Mulder believes in the existence of aliens and the paranormal while Scully, a skeptic, is assigned to make scientific analyses of Mulder's discoveries that debunk Mulder's work and thus return him to mainstream cases.

Secret files (season 2)

TV Show Season|1994

X-files is no more. The Department disbanded, agents Scully and Mulder are distributed to other units of the FBI. However, the new developments prove conclusively that the investigation of "Secret materials" is necessary, and Walter Skinner restores the unit to investigate the paranormal with a new team: Fox Mulder and Alex Gracecom.

"Fresh bones" (eng. "Fresh Bones") is the fifteenth episode of the second season of the series "Secret materials". It belongs to the class of "monster of the week" and is not associated with the main "mythology" of the series.

The episode became the highest rating of all the series the first two seasons of the series. The shooting took place in North Vancouver.

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In North Carolina, driven to despair, hallucinations PFC US marine corps Jack Macalpin crashed his car into a tree, the trunk of which is painted "Vevey" – magical symbol of voodoo.

A little later to North Carolina to investigate the deaths of privates sent Mulder and Scully. Macalpin was the second suicide in the military unit standing in the camp of immigration and naturalization of the United States, which accepts refugees from Haiti. Agents go to a refugee camp, where they meet a young boy named Chester Bonaparte, who sells Mulder a good-luck charm. After meeting with Colonel Wharton, the commandant of the camp, Mulder meets up with Pierre, Beauvais – leader of the recent rebellion, detained, and fellow enlisted MacAlpine – Harry Dunham.

Scully tries to look at the body of MacAlpine, but in its place in the morgue, discovers the corpse of a dog. On the way back, the agents meet living MacAlpine strolling down the highway. He doesn't remember what happened. His blood detect tetrodotoxin – the poison of natural origin, which, according to Mulder, is part of the Haitian zombie rituals. The agents go to the cemetery to explore the body of another dead soldier, but find his grave looted. There, they meet Chester, digging in the earth, and bring it to a local restaurant, where the boy says that he collects frogs and sells them to Beauvais for witchcraft. Outside, Mulder and Scully find watching them Dunham, who argues that Wharton beat the refugees, after which, Beauvais began to threaten that will take away the souls of his people if Haitians will not return home. While Dunham somehow very afraid of Chester, who escapes. Mulder throws himself on the boy in the chase and nearly catches up with him on the dock, but he suddenly disappears, and the agent could only find a black kitten.

Wharton says that all the accusations against him are unfounded, but when agents go ham on his plate with Breakfast starts to bleed. Scully cut his hand on a branch, which somebody wrapped around the steering wheel in their car. When she pulls away, on the spot where the car was parked, is a sign of voodoo. Wharton ordered to beat Beauvais to death. At Mulder's clandestine meeting with Mr. X, who tells the agent that they are soon to Scully withdraw back to Washington on an important mission, and the entry in Folkestone will be closed to all but military. Mulder believes that Wharton's revenge on the Haitians for the suicide committed by his subordinates during the previous mission to the island. Scully finds Dunham with her wrists cut in the bathtub in the hotel room Mulder, and Mulder enough MacAlpine, wandering around with a bloody knife. Although the suspect has no memory of the incident, under the influence of Wharton, he confesses to the murder. The Colonel tells the agents that Beauvais had committed suicide, and their investigation is finished. The widow enlisted MacAlpine gives agents the package, which she gave on the eve of a private Dunham. In the package, the agents find a picture of Wharton and Beauvais in Haiti. The commander's office, the agents find evidence that Dunham and the other dead soldiers were going to testify against Wharton.

The agents go to the cemetery, where Wharton makes a voodoo ritual over the grave of Beauvais. When Mulder tries to arrest him now hurts him at a distance with magic. The remaining in the car Scully from a small cut on the hand by a man who begins to choke her. Scully rips off the rear view mirror amulet, bought Mulder Chester, and this illusion disappears. Wharton wants to kill Mulder, but she spoke from her coffin, Beauvais and stops the Colonel, dunuv on it in white powder. Wharton falls screaming to the ground. Scene Scully helps Mulder to rise, after which the agents find the dead bodies of Wharton on earth and Beauvais in the coffin.

The next day, during the loading of immigrants onto trucks for deportation agents say goodbye to MacAlpine, who informs them that Chester Bonaparte died as a result of the rebellion 6 weeks ago. At the cemetery the grave digger grader digs the grave of Wharton, who, screaming for her life, vainly knocking from inside the coffin.

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Phenomena in artwork: Witchcraft

In the episode demonstrate the sorcery voodoo that is practiced at least two characters: the Haitian, Beauvais and the American military Wharton.

Wharton sends his soldiers curse, causing those hallucinations appear, which lead them to suicide. In places where you find corpses, found strange marks associated with the religion of voodoo. As it turns out later, the soldiers don't die, just their life cycles so slow the signs of life can be found. Wharton later through a special ritual brings them back to life. Also, Wharton may cause severe pain, uttered the spell and pierced with a dagger ritual item.

Scully, also fell under the curse, get rid of him, he picked up a protective talisman, obtained from one of the Haitians.

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Phenomena in artwork: Zombies

Zombies (in their original sense, related to the religion of voodoo) become the victim of the sorcerer Wharton, who committed suicide under the influence of the curse. As it turns out later, in fact they don't die, just their vital functions to be slowed down by the poison fish-the puffer fish (tetrodotoxin). After some time they come to their senses, but within a few hours after waking up they will is suppressed, which allows ward to get one soldier to kill another.

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Phenomena in artwork: Ghost

In the episode shows the Ghost of a boy killed during a riot in the camp for a few weeks before the main event. The boy in no way revealing his ghostly nature, he is quite material, eating fast food, sells talismans, communicating with a large number of people. Presumably (directly in the episode is not shown) it may take the form of a black kitten.

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