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Promo for LAX-Files...

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Matt here: Erica Fraga, also known as Raskolnikov, has kindly asked that we post her new promo for her upcoming book, LAX-Files.

Facebook promo

         This is a fan made book dedicated to the memory of the late and great television director, Kim Manners.

          Kim is known for his prolific and emotionally captivating work on Booker, 21 Jump St., Brisco County Jr, Simon and Simon, The X-Files, and Supernatural.

          Since its inception in 1993, The X-Files has opened up our minds to government conspiracies, alien life, and unexplained phenomena. Nine seasons and two feature films later, The X-Files is still considered one of the most iconic television shows of the 20th century.

           Join over 40 Los Angeles fans, cast, and crew members, including Chris Carter, Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, R.W. Goodwin, and Laurie Holden, as they share their behind the scenes memories - some never before told - of working on The X-Files: Fight the Future and Seasons 6 - 9.

          Interested in visiting actual filming locations used for the series?

          LAX-Files details the most popular Southern California X-Files locations, including William's birth place, the mansion from How the Ghosts Stole Christmas, and the Federal Building from Fight the Future.

         All of the books profits will go to the American Cancer Society, the charity of the Manner's Family choosing.

Thanks for all your support

Erica Fraga
Author, LAX-Files

You can click below to see the cover!

New CD review for "The Truth and the Light"...

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Matt here: The Lexicon is pleased to present Alexander's second review for the site, a CD review of "The Truth and The Light".

More material is to come, thank you for visiting the Lexicon.

Our exclusive interview with Gabe Rotter and articles...

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Matt here: The Lexicon has been a little backed up, in terms, of updating this page, but we are proud to present our exclusive interview with Gabe Rotter, Chris Carter's right hand man, as well as the director of development for Ten-Thirteen Productions.

We also have our next excellent article by Mimic about Forensic Science.

We also two CD reviews, just up. Alexander Grodzinski wrote a wonderful review for "The Lone Gunmen / Harsh Realm" soundtrack collection. My review for "Songs in the Key of X" is up as well.

Another CD review is impending, as well as a new Paranormal Omnibus article, a new Vancouver locations article, as well as more Episode Guide reviews.

Thank you for continuing to visit the Lexicon.