X-Files: Mulder and Skully Working On New UFO Case

X-Files: Mulder and Skully Working On New UFO Case
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New behind-the-scenes photos from The X-Files reboot series have leaked online.

A picture from the crew’s night shooting scenes in Ashcroft, Columbia, shows a flying saucer embedded in the ground, and the scene looks like a UFO crash site.

The Vancouver Sun reported that Ashcroft, with its semi-desert terrain, may be standing in for Roswell, New Mexico, a supposed UFO crash site, which is a big part of the X-Files mythology.


Gareth Smart, who shared the picture on Facebook, told the website, “Ashcroft has the Wilderness Way Resort zipline park and they are filming right on their land. The X-File crew is staying at their resort.

It’s my understanding that they are filming a whole whack of stuff at night.”

It should be noted that when the television series came to an end in 2002, it left a major plotline unresolved.


Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) learned the truth about a massive alien invasion that would happen on 22 December 2012.

With the series returning, and a UFO crash being spotted, it could mean Mulder and Skully’s first case is about an alien invasion.

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