Whether you fancy yourself a Mulder or a Scully, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)'s recent decision to share a bunch of declassified UFO documents should inspire you to get (and then stay) woke. "To help navigate the vast amount of data contained in our FOIA UFO collection, we’ve decided to highlight a few documents both skeptics and believers will find interesting," the CIA proclaims, adding that this hand-selected batch contains five documents they think Mulder would love and five documents more aligned with Scully's worldview.

The bulk of these documents stem from a mass declassification in 1978 of "hundreds" of documents related to UFO investigations, Uproxx reports. Thankfully, this curated UFO fun box also contains poster-ready images like these:


On the Mulder side of things, the CIA gifts us with "flying saucers" in Spain and something about uranium. The agency's Scully selections, fittingly, score higher points for healthy skepticism. Sadly, none of these documents address the purported alien who photobombed this woman's plane selfie. Also overlooked in these investigations? David Duchovny's rock album.

Peep the CIA documents in question right here.