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The X-Files - Season 4, Episode 5: The Field Where I DiedAlthough they have conducted an exhaustive search, the bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms is unable to locate Vernon Ephesian (Michael Massee), leader of a Jonestown-like cult. Amazingly, Mulder succeeds where the ATF fails -- but is unable to explain why. With Scully's assistance, Mulder probes into his own psyche...and discovers that he may have experienced several previous lives. First broadcast November 3, 1996, 'The Field Where I Died' was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong.Keywords:
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Creators of "The X-Files - Season 4"Chris CarterBirthdate: 13 October 1956, Bellflower, California, USA
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