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  • Cecil L'Ively
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  • During the episode Scully finds out that a person in the UK with this name has died two times under hot and strange circumstances. The first person was a kid that apparantly was burned alive during a satanic ritual sometime in the 60s. The second person died in 1971 in a terrible fire. In the end of the episode L'Ively spontaneoulsy catches fire and recovers "miraculously" fast in a militairy hosptial. On asked how they can help him further, L'Ively responds to the nurse that he would die for a cigarette.
  • During the episode Scully finds out that a person in the UK with this name has died two times under hot and strange circumstances. The first person was a kid that apparently was burned alive during a satanic ritual sometime in the '60s. The second person died in 1971 in a terrible fire. In the end of the episode L'Ively spontaneously catches fire and recovers "miraculously" fast in a military hospital. On asked how they can help him further, L'Ively responds to the nurse that he would die for a cigarette.
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  • During the episode Scully finds out that a person in the UK with this name has died two times under hot and strange circumstances. The first person was a kid that apparantly was burned alive during a satanic ritual sometime in the 60s. The second person died in 1971 in a terrible fire. In the end of the episode L'Ively spontaneoulsy catches fire and recovers "miraculously" fast in a militairy hosptial. On asked how they can help him further, L'Ively responds to the nurse that he would die for a cigarette.
  • During the episode Scully finds out that a person in the UK with this name has died two times under hot and strange circumstances. The first person was a kid that apparently was burned alive during a satanic ritual sometime in the '60s. The second person died in 1971 in a terrible fire. In the end of the episode L'Ively spontaneously catches fire and recovers "miraculously" fast in a military hospital. On asked how they can help him further, L'Ively responds to the nurse that he would die for a cigarette.