10 Classic X-Files Creatures

/ 24 February 2016

Mulder and Scully have, over the years, experienced more than their fair share of ghoulies, ghosties, long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night. Here, then, is a selection of ten of our all-time favourite creatures ever featured on The X-Files.

Arctic Worms from ‘Ice’

“I don’t know if we should kill it.”

The X-Files Artic Worms

Greg Pincus from ‘Folie à Deux’

“Folie à deux. A madness shared by two.”

The X-Files Greg Pincus from ‘Folie à Deux’

Hallucinogenic Fungus from ‘Field Trip’

“Mulder, I’m admitting that I was wrong.”

Hallucinogenic Fungus from ‘Field Trip’

Rob Roberts from ‘Hungry’

“Is that brain? Is that brain matter there?”

The X-Files Rob Roberts from ‘Hungry’

Bark Creatures from ‘Detour’

“You ever thought seriously about dying?”

the X-Files Bark Creatures from ‘Detour’

Chinga from ‘Chinga’

“Maybe you don’t know what you’re looking for.”

The X-Files Chinga from ‘Chinga’

Flukeman from ‘The Host’

“Tell Skinner his suspect is a giant bloodsucking worm.”

The X-Files Flukeman from ‘The Host’

Leonard Betts from ‘Leonard Betts’

“Did I mention that Mr Betts had no head?”

the X-Files Leonard Betts

Eugene Victor Tooms from ‘Squeeze’ & ‘Tooms’

“Do you think I’m spooky?”

Eugene Victor Tooms from ‘Squeeze’ & ‘Tooms’

The Peacock Family from ‘Home’

“Is there a history of genetic abnormalities in your family?”

The x-Files The Peacock Family from ‘Home’