Fox William Mulder (b. 13 Oct 1961) was a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1986 to 2000. He was partnered with Special Agent Dana Scully from 1992 to 2000, during which span he was assigned almost exclusively to the X-Files Division. He was abducted by extra-terrestrials while investigating several disappearances in the Oregon forest in May of 2000 and suffered grueling procedures and experimentation until he was returned to earth.
His seemingly dead body was recovered in February of 2001, buried for three days in Raleigh, North Carolina, then exhumed and nursed back to health. He then went into hiding to escape the governmental conspirators working with his alien abuctors, but later stood trial in May of 2002 for the supposed murder of Knowle Rohrer|Knowle Rohrer. Murder subsequently escaped his sentence and disappeared into the New Mexico desert with former agent Scully. He later reunited with Dr. Scully in 2008 to lead the search for missing FBI Special Agent Monica Bannan.
While Scully vacationed in Amma Beach, Maine in February of 1998, Mulder aided her investigation by phone from the X-Files Division's basement office.
Though Mulder was not created by King, and was a character from a television series not written by King nor based on one of his works, he is given his own entry because King co-scripted his contribution to Scully's adventure in Amma Beach.
- 177 episodes of the X-Files (all but "Patience," "Roadrunners," "Invocation," "Redum," "Via Negativa," "Surekill," "Salvage," "Medusa," "Nothing Important Happened Today (Part I)," "Nothing Important Happened Today (Part II)," "Dæmonicus," "4-D," "Lord of the Flies," "Trust No 1," "John Doe," "Hellhound," "Provenance (Part I)," "Providence (Part II)," "Audrey Pauley," "Underneath," "Improbable," "Scary Monsters," "Jump the Shark," "Release," and "Sunshine Days")
- The Simpsons: "The Springfield Files"
- The Lone Gunmen: "All About Yves"
- Fight the Future
- I Want to Believe