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Episode: "Eve" (Season 1, Episode 11)Let's get this out of the way first: Twins are scary.But Eve 9 and Eve 10 are actually evil, which makes them even scarier.
Mulder's suggestion that the creatures are actually descendants of human settlers adds another layer of unease. Either way, the parasite's implantation into Scully is horrifying, and the episode is a great return to "Monster of the Week" storytelling following Mulder's disappearance. Instead she leaves behind an eerie message: "Goodbye.
On top of that, they appear innocent throughout much of the episode — the reveal that they both murdered their fathers is a nice reminder to "trust no one." Episode: "Chinga" (Season 5, Episode 10)Yes, the doll's name is Spanish for "fuck." But that's neither here nor there.
What makes Chinga creepier than other evil dolls is the way she and her owner Polly compel their victims to do self-harm.
The eventual reveal five seasons after his introduction that Pfaster was a demon after all was just icing on the cake.
Episodes: "Pusher" (Season 3, Episode 17) and "Kitsunegari" (Season 5, Episode 8)Another serial killer who appeared in two separate episodes, Robert Patrick Modell was supernatural from the get-go.
(Sorry, buddy.) Episode: "Field Trip" (Season 6, Episode 21)OK, so it's mostly a really aggressive mushroom.