Wednesday, April 6, 2016

BLUE ROSE

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CHET DESMOND: “I can’t tell you about that.”

Blue rose is an impossibility, something that cannot exist in nature, therefore its meaning is self-evident. Blue rose cases are code-word for those unusual, either unexplained or never fully explained cases which cannot be rationally or scientifically explained, usually involving some supernatural phenomena.

Blue rose is a symbol of otherworldly phenomena. Blue rose on Lil’s dress might be Gordon Cole’s message to Chet Desmond and Sam Stanley that should alert them to look beyond the rational in order to solve the case.

Blue rose could also be a reference to cases supposedly involving UFO’s as a part of “Project Bluebook,” referred to by Major Briggs and Windom Earle in the series.

Blue rose cases are also known as the X-Files cases, in another TV show.

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