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CASE NO.: 13-8265014-99
DATE: 16 JULY 1999
TIME: 1544

Contacted by A.D. Skinner at approx. 13:41 to perform a welfare check at the residence of Special Agent Fox Mulder at 2630 Hegal Place Alexandria, Apt. #42, VA 23242 due to failure to respond.  Arrived at [redacted] at 14:21, door was secured by standard lock and deadbolt.  Contacted superintendent of apartment building, Joseph Miller, and was given access without issue.  Upon entrance of residence, I called out for the tenant, apartment appeared empty.  I performed a general sweep of four rooms; kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom.  No evidence of suspicious activity noted.  Wallet, jacket, and cell phone were noted to be missing from the residence.  Agent’s fish appear to have been fed recently.  It is of my assumption that the special agent in question left his residence upon his own volition.

No further action required, per A.D. Walter Skinner.


CASE NO.: 13-8265014-99
DATE: 16 JULY 1999
TIME: 1623


DOB: Feb. 23, 1964
HT/WT: 64”, 110LBS

DOB: Oct. 13, 1961
HT/WT: 72”, 175LBS


ADDRESS OF OCCURRENCE: 3170 West 53 Road, Apt. #35, ANNAPOLIS, MD 21401

At approx. 13:37 I was contacted by A.D. Walter Skinner to conduct a welfare check on Special Agent Dana Scully at her residence located at 3170 West 53 Road, Apt. #35, Annapolis, MD 21401.  Upon arrival at 13:55, I noted that the entry door was unsecured and unlocked, with no visible signs of forced entry.  I entered the apartment and verbally made my presence known, but there was no response.  I swept the kitchen and found two used plates with remnants of what appeared to be shrimp alfredo on the counter adjacent to the refrigerator.  Kitchen appeared to be in order.

I proceeded to the living room and noted that there were two wine glasses on the coffee table, both half full with what appeared to be red wine.  Upon further inspection of the living room, a black leather foldover wallet belonging to Special Agent Fox Mulder, badge no. JTT 047101111, was found on side table adjacent to the couch, as well as a set of car/house keys.  TBD if car/house keys belong to Special Agent Fox Mulder.  

Sweep of bathroom proved to be inconclusive, it appeared to be in order.  

I proceeded to the bedroom.  On the floor, male and female clothing were found. Bed appeared to have been slept in, two pillows and blanket were in disarray. The lamp next to the bed had been shattered on the floor, as well as broken glass in puddle of water, indicating a struggle.  Two Nokia cellular phones were found on bedside table, both at 50% battery life and multiple missed call notifications.  Agent Scully’s handbag containing her wallet, keys, and other miscellaneous items was found on the dresser, along with two holstered firearms.  Upon inquiry, weapon 1 is Smith and Wesson 1056, full clip of 9mm rounds, issued to FBI Special Agent Dana Scully.  Weapon 2 is Smith and Wesson 1056, full clip of 9mm rounds, issued to FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder.  

I contacted A.D. Walter Skinner for verbal report.  Per his order, proceeded to process Special Agent Dana Scully’s residence as a crime scene.  



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     Louisiana’s River Road runs northwest from New Orleans to Baton Rouge, its two lanes snaking some 100 miles along the Mississippi and through a contradictory stretch of America. Flat and fertile, with oaks webbed in Spanish moss, the landscape stands in defiance of the numerous oil refineries and petrochemical plants that threaten its natural splendor. In the rust-scabbed towns of clapboard homes, you are reminded that Louisiana is the eighth-poorest state in the nation. Yet in the lush sugar plantations that crop up every couple of miles, you can glimpse the excess that defined the region before the Civil War. Some are still active, with expansive fields yielding 13 million tons of sugar cane a year. Others stand in states of elegant rot. But most conspicuous are those that have been restored for tourists, transporting them into a world of bygone Southern grandeur — one in which mint juleps, manicured gardens and hoop skirts are emphasized over the fact that such grandeur was made possible by the enslavement of black human beings.

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