References: Emily, Memento Mori and snippets from earlier
episodes. I suggest that you be pretty familiar with the show
up to mid-season five.
Time Line: A few months after Emily.
Rating: R -for adult themes and situations.
Feedback: I ain't too proud to beg, but I'd rather it not come
to that-- email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Read my other stories at http://kkrazy1013.tripod.com
Disclaimer: Alas, the characters of The X-Files do not belong
to me in any form or fashion. I am simply borrowing them from
CC & Co. for my own personal pleasure and treating them with
the respect they deserve. They will be returned, safe and
sound, as soon as I am finished. So don't sue, I'm filthy
poor. However, the characters that have clearly never appeared
on The X-Files are my creation. I would also like to let it be
known that I am not an FBI agent, detective, doctor, serial
killer or psychic. Therefore my knowledge is limited and
anything I was not 100% sure about during the writing of this
was speculation. Forgive me for skewed facts if you are any of
the above professions -especially the killer <g>. My creative
license allows for this sort of thing to an extent. MPAA owns
the rating of R.
Summary: An old friend and a new mystery. Young women are
dying in NYC, but how? Badger and his partner are stumped so
he contacts his friend from his university days, Fox(y)
Mulder. Does a psychic hold the key or is he the reason? Is it
murder or rescue? Will Scully fall victim and, if so, will
Mulder be able to pull her back?
Thank you: To my wonderful friend and beta reader, Sara Bowen.
Her enthusiasm about this story helped more than she'll ever
know and she always goes the extra mile for me when I need her
to. Also to my friend Nell, who did amazing beta work for me
as well. I'd also like to thank the World Wide Web for
allowing me to search it continuously for information. As
always, thank you to Gillian and David for really creating
these beautiful characters that I just can't get enough of.
And, of course, thank you for reading.
I've been playing with an abstract vision of this storyline
since last year, but it wasn't until we hit 2005 that it
started going anywhere. Enjoy and I'm sure I'll have plenty
more to say once you have finished.