X-Files Creator: 'I Thought the Production Would be Shut Down by the Feds, Too Close to the Truth'
Chris Carter, the creator of The X-Files, was worried that the production of the hit series X-Files ...
A mysterious man told him he was too close to the truth.
“When the series was just on TV, someone came up to me and said he worked for a secret government agency and we were very close to the truth”.
“When I wrote the pilot episode, I called on the FBI to investigate”, he continued. “They were nice, but did not want to talk about it too much.”
“When we were about to broadcast the episode, I was contacted by the FBI:” Who are you and what do you do? “I thought for a moment that the production would be halted by the long arm of the law”, said Carter.
The iconic series is back on TV for the first time in 14 years again. There will be all kinds of subjects such as alien life, false flag operations, paranormal phenomena, free energy, secret technology, reverse engineering and kidnappings.
The X-Files aired between 1993 and 2002 more than 200 episodes in total, spread over nine seasons. The series was a great success worldwide and won 16 Emmy Awards, five Golden Globes and numerous other awards.
“Last year I met a scientist from Asia who invented this. Free energy from waves coming from space. A metal stick (antenna) is enough to generate energy for an entire apartment complex.The series is about two FBI agents, Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, doing research on mysterious business, so-called X-Files, where the FBI not know how to cope. From crop circles to government conspiracies that reveals the presence of aliens on Earth.
“The Dutch company Philips from Eindhoven is known buying inventions in order to hush these inventions down. If the inventor does not want to sell it they will go over to plan b. Although this claims the scientist. The scientist is currently hiding.”
“The world has become even stranger during the long break of 14 years, so it is the perfect time to tell these stories”, Carter said.