X-Files part 2part 2
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Episode 2 in a storyboard format
Dr. Aaron Monte ( Tooms' psychologist) thinks Tooms is ready to return to society. They have a dispute with the judge whether or not he should return, but in the end he returns and is giving to a married couple to be taken care of.
Mulder waits outside of Tooms' new foster home to see when Tooms will strike next. Unfortunately, it has been 3 days since Mulder has slept, Scully appears just in time to take over Mulder's post. Mulder then proceeds to go home and get some rest.
Tooms was hiding in Mulder's trunk the whole time, and is trying to frame Mulder. He sneaks into Mulder's House and uses his shoes to make imprints on his face and scratches and bruises his face while dislocating his shoulder to assure that Mulder gets framed.
Scully talked to the former agent on a similar case involving the same clues and the same suspect Tooms. He led her to a Chemical plant where the agent thinks Tooms buried one of his victims. They used a ground piercing radar to find the skeleton of the victim whom had a ring and bite marks that match Tooms' where the liver is. Scully was now certain that they could shut down Tooms with this evidence.
Dr. Aaron Monte goes to ATooms' foster house to check up on him, but Tooms still needs his final kill to hibernate. Tooms proceeds to kill Dr. Aaron Monte and take his liver and hide in his hibernation area wherever that may be.
Mulder and Scully assume that Tooms would go where he has for the past 90 years hibernate, 66 exeter street. But, that's where a new mall was being Town Square, so they had doubts , but they weren't strong enough toremove their only option. They arrived at the mall and looked for an area where Tooms could go to hibernate. Mulder finds it and hunts him down. Suddenly Tooms ludges out of his nest and attaacks Mulder, Mulder was quick enough to escape and kill Tooms with an escalator. The case was determined closed.
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