Updated: April 16,2000
of Wounded Doves-Tara Avery--11K--PG-13
Mulder and Scully choke on dreams and hopes and fears.
through the Ads-Sally Bahnsen--30K--PG
A fill in the gaps for detour. Told from Scully's perspective.
George Jacobs Elementary School--96K--PG-13
Mulder is called in on a case for his expertise on alien abductions and hostage
negotiation, while Scully is called in for her expertise in keeping Mulder sane.
Lovely Warm Thoughts--58K--PG-13
One of Mulder's most frightening foes returns to torture Mulder some more, because it's
the thing he likes to do best, and because he can.
Holiday-Cheryl Cohen--44K--Rating 123
Mulder takes it upon himself to save Scully from a voodoo curse,but ends up needing saving
and the Stinking,Rotten,Terrible,Horrible,No Good,Very Bad Day-Cheryl Cohen
Mulder experiences a definite low. This one does poke fun at MulderTorture and is a
definite because it is so funny. 1998 Award:Best Humor
and Smiles-Jo-Ann Lassiter--70K--PG
An ailing Skinner accompanies Mulder and Scully to Roanoake in pursuit of a killer the
Assistant Director helped to put away fifteen years ago. Along the way, Skinner comes to
realize his unique relationship with the X-Files team.
Step Out Of Time-Jo-Ann Lassiter--179K--PG-13
Mulder and Scully travel to Boston to assist the local field office with a series of
murders, and to work with one of Mulder's former colleagues from the VCS. While there,
Mulder encounters an agent he knew from Quantico--and before--and whose favorite sport is
Spooky-bashing. Mulder and Scully, meanwhile, try valiantly to retain their emotional
distance even while they're being drawn closer together.