X-Files 2x10 Red Museum
See you tomorrow, Beth.
See you tomorrow.
...get some|information about a crack house.
This is some pretty|direct information.
It came from an informant|who made a buy...
and, uh, like it|when it's that direct--
It's easy to get|a search warrant..
- Hi, Mom.|- Hey.
"Hey"?|All I get is "hey"?
I'm gonna take|a quick shower.
- You guys interested|in getting a pizza delivered?|- Mm.
If that was a "yes,"|you can call the order in.
And no pepperoni for me.
Tell Mom I'll be back|in five minutes, okay, butt crumb?
He said he was only|going to be gone five minutes...
and that was over|four hours ago.
No, I don't know|who called him.
The last person|to see him?
His younger brother.
...what's your ten-three? Over.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa!|- Hmm?
Go get him a blanket.
It's gonna be okay, son.|Hey, we're here to help you.
Oh, my God.
Gary Kane. Sixteen years old.|High school junior.
"C" student,|first-string varsity football,
a member of the local|Four-H Club.
Not one of Wisconsin's|more remarkable kids,
but still the apple|of his mother's eye.
- What does that mean?|- Nobody knows.
What does|the police report say?
The victim received|a phone call and left his home.
He was discovered in the woods|in his underwear 12 hours later.
He's been unable to give|a coherent statement.
- Any evidence of sexual assault?|- No.
Does it seem like it might|have been a schoolboy prank?
The other victims have had|to be sedated and hospitalized...
since their ordeals.
They were reportedly|hysterical with fear.
Victims? You mean there|have been others?
One in eastern Wisconsin,|one three towns away.
Both with the same words|written in black Magic Marker.
What's your interest|in this?
The local sheriff|in Delta Glen, Wisconsin,
thinks he knows what's been|happening to these kids.
He thinks|they've been possessed.
There's something I think|you ought to see first.
They call themselves|the Church of the Red Museum.
They're followers of a guy|named Odin...
that moved out here|from California three years ago...
- and bought a ranch.|- What's the significance|of the name "Red Museum"?
Well, Odin and the rest of them|are a bunch of vegetarians.
They drove the ranch|right into the ground--
Turned 500 head of beef|cattle into pets.
Calls it|a "monument to barbarism."
Probably went over big|with the local ranchers.
Well, you got|to admit it takes some big ones...
to set down in the middle of cow|country and start a church like his.
They kind of stick out|like a sore thumb, don't they?
You know, Sheriff,
from what little we've seen|and what you've told us,
they seem rather unlikely|to be involved...
in the kind of activities|you described.
Well, I won't|say another word.
You can just see|for yourself.
"Today is a blessing|from our Lord and Master...
who awaits his flock|in this time,
the dawning|of the Age of Aquarius,
eighteen Earth years|from the beginning...
of the New Kingdom.
The Guides speak through me today|as messengers of the Word,
that we may be free|from death...
and the passage|into spirit.
As the acceleration continues,
we, the enlightened,|must bring the teachings...
of the skills for survival|to mankind.
- They're walk-ins.|- Repeat in prayer--
- What are "walk-ins"?|- We,
- Uh.|- the second souls of the first bodies,
"We, the second souls|of the first bodies,
bearers of the Word and keepers|of the sacraments...
of a new enlightenment.
Believers in soul transference.
Enlightened spirits who have taken|possession of other people's bodies.
Blessed mission|and toil.
Our struggle|is transcendent,
and your guidance, our guides,
Our struggle is transcendent...
and your guidance,|our guides...
will carry us toward|the dawning of a new age.
will carry us toward|the dawning of a new age.
Today|we bear witness...
to three|who do not believe.
We encourage them...
to open their hearts|and minds...
to our teachings--
that they who slaughter|the flesh...
slaughter their own souls...
and must be taught the way."
I only remember parts of it.
Which parts are those?
I was in the woods and...
a spirit enter me.
When you say "spirit,"|Gary,
I'm not sure what you mean.
It might have been|an animal spirit.
I can't explain it.
just came over me.
And you don't remember|who called you?
Anything at all|about what happened...
immediately after you left home|that night?
Have you everhad any dealings|with anyone from the Church|of the Red Museum?
I see them around.
Do you have any reason to believe|that they may have been involved...
in what happened to you?
Now, tell him|what you told me, Gary.
- Hi.|- Hi.
- Who are you?|- Stevie.
Oh, you're|in all the pictures.
You must be Gary's|younger brother.
Stevie, do you remember|who your brother...
might have gone out|to see the other night?
Did he say anything?
Scully, we'll meet you outside.
- Has this boy ever been in any trouble?|- Gary?
- Yeah.|- No. I've known him since he was a kid.
He's the same age|as my son.
He's done some beer drinking,|but he's just your basic 16 year old.
At least, he was.
- Do you see a notable difference in him?|- Yeah, yeah.
Gary Kane|lived for football.
He's a damn good athlete too.|Now he won't even suit up.
The Red Museum, how are they|treated by the local citizens?
Nobody much cares for them.
But are they ever singled out?|Shop owners refusing to sell to them?
- Stuff like that?|- Well, there's a reasonable|amount of tension,
but most folks are happy|to just try to avoid them.
Uh, can you recommend|a good motel in the area?
Sure. You're going to stay? You think|there might be something to this?
I want to run a background check|on the Church and this guy, Odin.
If you could just show us a good|motel and a good place to eat.
You've come to the right|place for that.
You know, Mulder,
with ribs like these, I'd say|that the Church of the Red Museum...
has it's work|cut out for it.
You started to tell me|about walk-ins,
but I'm not sure if I grasp|the finer points.
Uh, it's kind of a New Age religion|based on an old idea--
that if you, uh,|lose hope or despair...
and want to leave|this mortal coil,
you become open|and vulnerable.
To inhabitation|by a new spirit.
A new, enlightened spirit.
According to the literature, Abe Lincoln|was a walk-in, and Mikhail Gorbachev,
and Charles Colson,|Nixon's advisor.
- But not Nixon?|- No.
Not even they|want to claim Nixon.
So are you still subscribing to|the sheriffs claims of a possession?
I don't know.
In the absence of any other|plausible explanation,
it's a novel theory.
Well, I'll tell you|something.
I got the creeps in that|apartment today.
- Really?|- Towelhead.
Yeah. Why? What's going on?
Turn around, man.
Hey, veggie burger,|who let you out?
The spur posse|just rode into town.
Hey, diaper head.|We're talking to you, man.
- How's your pet cow?|- Did you get any milk out of him?
We're talking to you,|Aladdin.
What's the matter|diaper head, huh?
- Huh?|- Nothing.
Hey, leave him alone.|Leave him alone.
Go ahead.|Go home.
Catch you later,|Red.
- You got a problem?|- Yeah. Who asked you?
- I see four against one,|I got a problem.|- Mulder.
Yeah, well. Why don't you|run along with the little wife?
- You're gonna miss the tour bus.|- She's got a gun.
Well, what's she gonna do?|Shoot us?
Go call my dad, Katie.|I think he'd like to hear about this.
- Who's your dad?|- He's the sheriff.
Yeah, I think he would|like to hear about this.
Come on. Let's just|get out of here, Rick.
Kind of hard to tell the villains|without a score card.
~ And everything she said ~
~ Count every time|she pushed me ~
~ And left me with the dead ~
Is that you?
What are you doing here?|Huh, girl?
Get off me!|Get off me!
Help me!|Please, somebody help me!
Yeah, Danny,|this is all good stuff. Yeah.
See what else you can find|on him from the N.C.I.C...
and call me back at this number|or on my cellular.
I just examined the girl.
What did you find?
Not much until the toxicology|report came back.
They found trace amounts|of an unspecified alkaloid|substance in her blood--
possibly an opiate|derivative--
as well as a dangerously large quantity|of something called scopolamine.
Is that the stuff they use|for motion sickness?
Only in very small dosages.|Anything past .2 micrograms...
and you've got|a very powerful anaesthetic|with hallucinogenic qualities.
It's been in the news lately|because Columbian gangs...
have been using it in kidnappings|to subdue their victims.
- Is it a controlled substance?|- Yes.
You probably have to be|a doctor or a pharmacist to get|ahold of these quantities.
"Richard Odin,|also known as Doug Herman,
left A.M.A. in 1986|over questionable-ethics inquiry.
Did not renew license."
I'm Special Agent Fox Mulder. We're with|the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
We'd like to speak|to Richard Odin.
- Is he in?|- Just a moment.
- Mr. Odin.|- Yes.
We'd like to ask you some questions.|May we come inside?
I'm sorry.|I can't allow you in this house.
We can get a warrant,|if that's what it takes.
You can... get a warrant, if you'd like,|but you will not enter this building.
Because you're meat eaters.
And the buildings, our houses|and our kitchens cannot be|desecrated by your presence.
I believe I am well within|my religious rights to prevent it.
Yes. But you can't hide behind your|rights if a crime has been committed.
Have I been accused|of a crime?
We can always determine that elsewhere.|Can you step outside, please, sir?
Can you step outside, Mr. Odin?|We're placing you under arrest.
Are you familiar with a substance|called scopolamine, Mr. Odin?
Are you familiar with|bovine growth hormones...
and the inhumane treatment|of beef and dairy cattle--
just answer the question,|Mr. Odin.
Yes, I know it.
But I've never prescribed it|or administered it.
Have you ever ordered|others to do so?
Do your religious beliefs|preclude you from exacting revenge,
either physically or psychically,|on those who might not share them?
The barbarians will one day|be cleansed from the Earth.
Answer the question. You did it, didn't|you? You did something to those kids.
Sheriff, I've already had to go|through this once with your kid.
If you'll just|take a walk--
Hey, Sheriff.|Could you come here for a minute?
You know, for a holy man, you've got|quite a knack for pissing people off.
We've got problems|down the street.
Keep your minds open|to the wisdom of the Guides.
- We don't care|about the wisdom of the Guides.|- All we ask is that you listen.
All right, man.|Let's do it.
End the slaughter. The rights|of the just must be protected.
Just as the barbarism|must cease.
Violence against nature|begets violence against man.
How about a little cow blood?
What do you|think you're doing?
Get out of here.|Get! Get!
- They got what they deserved.|- They asked for it.
- You the F.B.I. agents?|- Yes.
I have something|I'd like to show you.
This pasture land...
belonged to my granddad.
He bought it in 1890.
He died right over there,
next to that cattle pen.
Eighty two years old.
just fell off the tractor|one morning.
My dad worked this piece|for the next 40 years.
And I put in 25 myself|before I decided to call it quits.
Sold it for 80 times|what my granddad paid.
- Why did you sell it?|- Business changed.
People changed too.
- In what way?|- Competition.
Used to get by|with 50 milk cows.
Now you gotta have 500.
Used to turn them out|to pasture.
Now you keep them in pens|and grain-feed them.
You said you wanted|to show us something.
You're looking at it.
See those men|over there?
Well, they're injecting the cattle|with something called B.S.T.
A genetically engineered|growth hormone.
Yeah. Shoot them up|and a cow will produce...
ten percent more milk.
Feed it to beef cattle,|and more meat on the hoof.
Changed the business.
Changed a whole lot|of things.
How do you mean?
Well, that, uh, fracas|in town this afternoon--
ten, even five years ago|never would have happened.
People around here|have changed.
You know, gotten mean,|spiteful.
Dog eat dog.
We had seven rapes|here last year--
by high school boys.
Well, that, uh--
This business of the kids|being found in the woods.
Well, I think that you're going to find|it all comes from the same root source.
The growth hormone?
But those hormones|have been proven safe.
They've been cleared|by the F.D.A.
I don't know, Doc.
I'm losing oil pressure like crazy.|I don't know what's going on.
How far are we|from the airport?
We're not going to make it. I'm gonna|have to find some place to put it down.
We're still trying|to I.D. the pilot.
What about|the second body?
That's|Dr. Jerald Larson.
- Did you know him?|- Yeah.
He delivered my kid.
There's something else|over here I want you to see.
Looks like the doctor may have been|delivering more than babies.
That's why I brought you out here.
Any clue|what this is about?
I have no idea.
jerry Larson was a pillar|in this community.
He was the last|of the country doctors.
Well, wherever he was coming from, I'd|say that was one hell of a house call.
You don't think this has anything to do|with what happened to those kids?
I think we'll know more|once we find out what this is.
No, that's okay. I'm sure you're|correct. Thank you very much.
Scully. You're not gonna believe this.
You found a connection|between the out-of-town kids|and the kids abducted here--
Every one of them was delivered and|treated through childhood by Dr. Larson.
Yeah, the printouts we found in the|briefcase were mostly shipping orders...
along with a list|of credit card numbers,
each number corresponding to a card|in the victim's family.
Why would he carry a list|of credit card numbers?
I don't know.|Maybe to track them...
the way credit card companies|track stolen cards.
But why? And what was he|treating them for?
What was he|treating them with ?
I don't know.
We won't get the test results back|on the vial until tomorrow.
Are you thinking it might be|bovine growth hormone?
I know that was the first thing|through both of our minds,|but it just doesn't track.
Not with that briefcase|full of cash.
I know and it still doesn't answer the|question about who's marking those kids.
So, I'll see you|in the morning.
Yeah, 8:30 sharp.
Sorry to come|unannounced.
Gary's not home right now.
Actually, we wanted to talk|with you, if that's okay.
I don't know what to say.
You think Dr. Larson was doing|some kind of tests on Gary?
Well, thinking back, is there|anything that seems strange to you?
Was Gary sick often?
No. Actually, Gary's never|been sick a day in his life.
Gary was never sick?
Why was he going|to Dr. Larson?
Dr. Larson gave him|vitamin shots.
He gave them|to a lot of kids.
He said it was like treating|their teeth with fuoride...
as a preventative measure.
Did you ever take Gary|to another doctor?
No. Jay had wanted to.
Jay is your husband?
He was concerned|Gary wasn't growing.
Jay was 6'5". He wanted Gary|to play collegeball.
- But then there was Jay's accident.|- What accident?
It was seven years ago.|He worked at the packing plant.
He had an accident|with one of the machines.
Excuse me.|What is this?
This light here.
I don't know.
There's something|back there.
What is it, Mulder?
Looks like somebody's|private little movie studio.
Oh, my God.
Gotta drain the lizard.
What do you want,|applause, man?
Sheriff, we're gonna find|who did this.
Get away from him.
Oh, my God.
His name is Gerd Thomas.
He's owned the building|for 21 years.
He used to run|a day care center out of it.
They're|holding him for us.
What is it?
- I know that face.|- What?
That's quite a video library|you've compiled for yourself.
I especially like the ones|with the little boys.
- I'm a sick man.|- No.
No. Men who know they're sick|try to get help.
You just kept right at it|for years.
I didn't mean to hurt|anyone.
Did you kidnap those kids?
Are you prepared|to confess to those crimes?
- And to the murder|of Rick Mazeroski and--|- No.
I never murdered anybody.
Did you kidnap Rick Mazeroski?
Did you write this on his back?
- Oh, my God.|- Answer the question.
No, I--|I never killed him.
I never killed anybody. I--
I really loved those kids.
Is this how you express|your love for them?
Did you kidnap Rick Mazeroski?
- Did you write that on his back?|- Yes.
- Why?|- Because of what he had become.
What had he become?
Because those kids have|become monsters. That's what.
You're not making any sense.|Now, make sense to me.
Because of Dr. Larson|and because of the tests.
Okay, what tests?
Dr. Larson was using|those kids as guinea pigs.
- And he was using us too.|- What do you mean, using you?
To inoculate the cattle.
With growth hormones?
I don't know exactly|what it was,
but he was paying us|a lot of money to do it.
So, you're saying that Dr. Larson|was paying you a lot of money...
to inject the cattle with something,|and you didn't know what it was.
Not until later.|Not until after all those rapes and--
Dr. Larson told my boss|that he felt responsible...
for everything that|those kids had done...
and that he was giving them|the same inoculations.
Was Dr. Larson involved|in the kidnappings?
No. No. No.
He didn't want|his secret to come out.
He didn't care|about those kids, like me.
- Mulder.|- Uh-huh.
You know, I think he's|telling the truth.
I don't think|he killed anyone.
- How can you be sure?|- I just got the toxicology report|back on the broken vial.
The residual substance couldn't|be analyzed...
because it contained|synthetic corticosteroids...
with unidentified|amino acids.
That's purity control,|Mulder.
Do you know what you're|saying, Scully?
The man who died in that plane crash|was inoculating those kids...
with antibodies derived from what may|have been an extraterrestrial source.
He's been injecting those kids|with alien DNA.
No, Mulder.|That was never proven conclusively.
But it's the same substance we found|in the Erlenmeyer flask, isn't it?
The same material|my Deep Throat contact died for.
- Yes.|- Well, it all makes sense.|The money in the briefcase.
They've been conducting an experiment|here. Somebody's been paying...
to have those kids injected with|alien DNA to see how they'd react.
- It's been going on for years.|- Does that man know anything about it?
No. He's just some poor soul|who blew their cover.
I don't think he knows|any more than he's telling us.
I think his boss must have|because they just found him|shot to death in a cow pasture.
I think I know|who shot him, Mulder.
That man that I recognized|on the road today,
that's the same man that|executed Deep Throat.
Well, whoever's behind this,|he's here covering their tracks.
He's gonna go after the kids.|You get the sheriff...
and meet me|at Gary Kane's apartment.
I want this guy alive.
- Where's Gary?|- He's in his bedroom.
Go pack some clothes, things you'll|need. You're all coming with me.
- What?|- I'll explain later.
Those credit card numbers--|every kid's family that was listed,
get them packed up.
Call out every man you've got.
Where are we|taking them?
- Yes.|- I need your help.
It may offend your|religious sensibilities,
but it could help save|some kids' lives.
He told me to make sure|that the kids were safe.
He thought there was some other|place this guy might be.
Stop right there!
Put it down. Now.
Just put the lighter down.
Get him out of here.|Get everyone out of here.
File number X.W.C. 060361.
The identity of the man shot in the|slaughterhouse has yet to be determined.
His name, any record or artifact of his|past, present or immigration status...
have yet to be found.
His finger prints are not|on file in either the F.B.I.|or national system of records.
At this time,|it remains doubtful...
that anyone will come forward|to I.D. or claim the body.
Under further analysis, the inoculant|found in the broken vials...
was isolated and determined|to be an unstable antibody...
of no known biological origin.
After three weeks of study,|the components of the serum--|probably synthetic--
have broken down structurally|and, in this retrograde state,|can not be analyzed further.
This coincides|with the development...
of a severe and undiagnosed|flu-like ailment...
affecting the children who were|believed to have been inoculated...
and some of the local families.
To date, none of the congregants|or members of the Church|of the Red Museum...
have contracted this illness.
I suspect whoever was doing this may|have been using them as a control group.
The shipping manifests|for what is believed to be...
milk and beef tainted|by the unspecified inoculant...
did not provide enough information|to track their destinations.
A local advisory and quarantine|have been established.
Further inquiry into|the tainted beef has been promised...
by the pertinent government|health agencies.
The F.B.I. investigation into this|case is currently at a standstill.
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