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Interview - The X-Files creator Chris Carter on government conspiracies and paranormal experiences

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Enjoyed this, thank you.  Also thankful for the show returning, but only 6 episodes?  Yuck.

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      Happy Birthday, Mr Chris Carter!
      Come on, you knew this right? 1013? Ten Thirteen? 
      Chris Carter, creator and executive producer of Millennium (and before it, another popular show you may possibly have heard of) was born on 13th October 1956 in Bellflower, California, USA.
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