Episode: Chinga (5x10)
Description: The titular evil doll from the classic episode penned by the master of horror Stephen King. This hero prop was used in the final scenes of the episode, following Scully throwing the doll into the microwave and burning it.
Episode: The Pilot (1x79)
Description: This priceless treasure of X-Files history goes all the way back the pilot episode when the agents, on their first case together, exhume the body of a young man only to discover these mummified remains of an alien-looking body in the coffin.
Episode: The X-Files: Fight the Future (film)
Description: This incredibly detailed and restored set piece is immediately recognizable from the climax of the film Fight the Future. Mulder finds rows of these cryo-pods aboard the underground alien ship in his search for his partner in the arctic, only to discovered Scully captive in one.
"I Want TO BElievE" Poster
Description: One of the most iconic pieces of set dressing from modern television, this genuine poster from the original run of the series was donated to the collection from series creator Chris Carter.
MulDer's FILE cabinET
Description: Another one-of-a-kind set dressing, this file cabinet called Mulder's iconic basement office home during the run of the series.
Episode: Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster (10x03)
Description: These special make-up effects, which came to the collection from the estate of special make-up effects designer Bill Terezakis, were used throughout the episode when Guy Mann (played by Rhys Darby) was in his true reptilian form.
Episode: Ghouli (11x05)
Description: Created by the late Bill Terezakis, this mask was used to help create the terrifying monster from the episode, portrayed by actor Keith Arbuthnot.
Episode: Hell Money (3x19)
Description: One of the iconic masks worn in the episode by the Chinatown-based abducters responsible for collecting the debts owed by participants in the gruesome underground lottery.
SCULlY's Autopsy Gear
Description: There screen-used costume pieces were donned by Gillian Anderson during some of her numerous autopsy scenes as Agent/Medical Doctor Dana Scully.
1934 Loggers Set Photo
Episode: Darkness Falls (1x19)
Description: This screen-used photo featuring a group of missing loggers from the 1930s was featured in one of Agent Mulder's notorious slideshow presentations to Agent Scully in the first act of the episode.
Episode: Born Again (1x21)
Description: This creepy prop served as an important plot point in the episode, connecting a young girl to a gangland murder of a detective nine years prior. The doll's mutilation by the little girl matches the circumstances of the detective's demise exactly.
"CHATtERing MaN" HeaD mOLd
Episode: Home Again (10x04)
Description: Another piece from the collection of the late Bill Terezakis, this head mold of used to create the looks of the chilling "Chattering Man", portrayed in the episode by actor Keith Arbuthnot.
Walter SkinNeR - ScREen worN Suit
Episode: Founder's Mutation (10x02)
Description: This suit was worn by star Mitch Pileggi in one of his infamous appearances at A.D. Skinner, dressing down the agents from his Assistant Director desk.
Description: These production-used storyboard cards, intregal to the development and shooting of each episode, were donated from Chris Carter's collection and span the run of the original series.