The show has already premiered its 5th Season, which is titled American Horror Story: Hotel. The show has featured many returning members of the cast from the previous season, along with Lady Gaga and Naomi Campbell as the additional new members of the show.
It is absolutely amazing how the whole cast and crew of American Horror Story gives everything they have to scare the hell out of their audience. Eventually, all this work and dedication has inspired the fans in producing stories, arts, songs and theories inspired by the awesome TV series. If you have been watching AHS from the start or even for a while, then it is pretty much understood that you’re really into it. There have been many genres that have been used in the show, and it wouldn’t be a big thing it if just went right over your head.
6. The Murder House has a History of being a Scary Set
The Murder House from the 1st Season of American Horror Story isn’t just a set; it’s an actual place. It is situated at 1120 Westchester Place in Los Angeles, better known as the RosenheimMansion, built in the year 1908 as its architect Alfred Rosenheim made it for himself only. Even though its famed legacy doesn’t start and end there.
Before this house was used in American Horror Story, it was also used in an equally horrifying show like The Twilight Zone, Ghost Whisperer, and The X-Files. It was also used in original Spider-Man series and Seabiscuit. It may be most recognizable in Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Frat House location.
5. Sal Mineo’s death is an Infamous Urban Legend
The 3rd episode of American Horror Story’s first season, Vivian starts an Eternal Darkness Tour, a guided tour of Los Angels’ most tarnished murder spots and among those stops Harmon’s new murder house was also included. It was the supposed spot of actor Sal Mineo’s murder. He was a real Hollywood star whose promising career came to an end when a robber stabbed him in the heart and left him to bleed to his death.
The man actually didn’t know that it was Mineo and he stabbed him just once, not a dozen of times as it was shown in the scene.