Snow Files of the Week: "Mr Deep Throat/Detective Schmuck" from "The X-Files", episodes "Deep Throat" and "The Jersey Devil" (1993).
Mulder's informant from the early seasons of the series, the man with the deep voice, who was therefore only called "Deep Throat", was actually one of the most important supporting characters of the early years. This is also evident from the fact that Mark Snow wrote him a motif. A mysterious, shimmering motif that makes the difficult-to-assess motifs of "Deep Throat" appear even more nebulous.
The episode "The Jersey Devil" is like Chris Carter's own Bigfoot story. Mutilated corpses turn up in New Jersey and all bite marks point to a human. Mulder uncovers the legend of the "Jersey Devil" during his investigation.
Both tracks are from La-La Land Records' fourth X-Files set, which is limited to 2,000 copies.
To my TIWWA Community,
I just want everyone to know that I'm in the midst of writing a book on Season One of Millennium. It's largely a book of praise focused on the light and dark of the show. I'm also trying not to include many spoilers as I want the show to both appeal to old fans and newcomers who haven't yet watched the series. I'm relying on a lot of the great material on this site, so thanks to Libby and everyone involved in writing/editing the transcripts, as well as the synopsis and character profile pages. I'm reading reviews of episodes to gather additional insights, and of course, watching the episodes again. So far, I dig into favorite scenes and highlight historical context where possible (e.g. the amount of children in foster care in the 90s as it relates to "Blood Relatives" or America's prison population as it relates to "The Judge").
I'm about 15,000 words into what I plan to be a 40,000-words manuscript. I'm still in the drafting stage, and after that, revision time, which will likely occur in the next week or so (I'm working on another book as well, so that gives me some time away from the book with fresh eyes and perspective).
I'm definitely going to be shouting out/recommending our community in the book as it's a fantastic place to engage with fans and an exceptional resource. I've got an exceptional artist working on the cover and drawings of villains like the Judge and Lucy Butler, and also some of my favorite recurring characters.
The book will be self-published, but as I plan to turn it into a series that examines all 3 seasons (over the next few years), who knows where it might lead and what publisher may be interested/which publisher I may reach out to after the first book. My author/blog website is https://www.rightguywrongtown.com if anyone is interested (I write a lot about politics, education & music and am beginning to delve into film). This is who we are!