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AHS-188 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Exit Sign - Once you enter the Hotel Cortez, there's only one way out. It has to let you leave. So, eye those exits all you want, you'll have to wait and see what mood the monster is in today. Own a piece of the show with this "Exit" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$275
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AHS-204 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Room Service Menu -

Who knew the Hotel Cortez even offered room service? We thought the only thing on the menu was the guests. That's the way it used to be, at least, before Iris and Liz Taylor took over. Own a curiosity from the show with this room service menu used in American Horror Story: Hotel.

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$200
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AHS-269 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Neon "pain don't hurt" -

The Countess isn't the kind of vampire we've come to expect from myth or movies. She's something different. Something unique. She's almost like a woman playing at being a vampire. Playing at being a vampire while remaining unaged for close to 100 years, that is. But "vampire" is just a word. What is she, really? Does she drink only the blood she needs, or does she partake in excess because she enjoys it? Does she relish causing pain, or is it a simple side effect of her need? Own a piece of The Countess's personal philosophy with this neon sign that reads, "Pain don't hurt," from the wall of her penthouse suite atop the Hotel Cortez.

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$700
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AHS-414 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" in Cellophane - "I'm looking for a particular title. It's a really old book ... Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival ... Name your price. I'm related to her. The writer. She's my mother." Lana's secret son with Dr. Thredson is grown, and he's followed in his father's footsteps to become the new Bloody Face. Now he's looking for his mother. Own a piece of the show with this copy of Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," in cellophane from Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE: This is a prop book, so only the cover is "Maniac."
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$375
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AHS-129 Freak Show: Lizard Girl Carnival Banner - "Ladies and gentlemen, everything you've heard is true. All that has been advertised is here, under this tent. Wonders. Curiosities. A plethora of the strange, the weird, the bizarre, the unusual! From jungles untamed to forest enchanted. From the Dark Continent to the spice-laden lands of India. Astounding mistakes of nature are gathered here for your amusement and edification! What you're about to see will astound your very senses and harrow, yes, harrow your souls!" Bring home a stunning piece of the Freak Show with this 8 by 14.5 foot carnival banner that was used to advertise the "Lizard Girl" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.
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$600
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AHS-430 Asylum: Communion Cups and Embroidered Cross Towels - Briarcliff Asylum is a Catholic institution. It is overseen by the Monsignor and run by Sister Jude. The residents are encouraged to turn to God with their struggles, that He might help them. If they chose not to, or find no solace in their prayers, Sister Jude and the Monsignor are more than happy to show them that God's love can take many forms. Own a piece of the show with this communion cup and prayer towel embroidered with a golden cross from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$100
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AHS-372 Asylum: Sister Jude's '57 Chevy plates - Sister Jude's drunk driving caused an accident back in 1949 that led her to take her vows. Now, almost two decades later, she's at it again. Fortunately, she only hit a tree this time around. Own a piece of the show with the license plates from Sister Jude's '57 Chevy that she drove in American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$275
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AHS-47 Coven: Marie's Black Jumpsuit - The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau, hasn't show any signs of aging in a very long time. Everyone wants to know her secret. First it was that hellish woman, Madame Delphine LaLaurie, and now it's that white witch, Fiona Goode. Delphine LaLaurie got the eternal life she was looking for. Marie Laveau was happy to curse her with it. But Fiona? Laveau isn't sure she hates the witch enough yet to share her secret. Cast a spell on your closet with this black jumpsuit from Halston Heritage that Marie Laveau wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-240 Hotel: Countess' Nursery Large Candy Jar - The Countess is a collector, and not just of neon signs. She collects children. Well, they used to be children, anyway. Who knows how old the oldest is now? But they still look so young, and they still need taking care of. They need to eat. To feed. And The Countess likes to give them a little extra treat, once in a while. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this large candy jar from The Countess's nursery.
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$200
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AHS-15 Coven: Zoe's Moth Sweater - Zoe could be the next Supreme. She's sure of it. There's no way it could be Queenie or Nan -- they're not powerful enough. So it has to be between her and Madison, right? And Zoe refuses to believe it could really be that witch Madison Montgomery. No, it has to be Zoe. There's no one else. Besides, she can feel the power growing stronger inside of her. Find your inner magic in this silk and wool, moth sweater that Zoe wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$350
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AHS-214 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Oxodized Hexagon Jars - The Countess is a collector. She collects lovers who remind her of the one she lost. She collects children that she turns into vampires. And she also collects jars. Own a piece of The Countess's collection with these oxidized, hexagon jars from her penthouse suite in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-344 Roanoke: House Downstairs Shaker Lanterns Set of 2 - So there can be bad investments and money pits and all kinds of financial pitfalls when purchasing real estate. Or... you can have a blood thirsty axe-weilding ghost with her own mini army, a centuries old witch and a family of drug addled rednecks with a penchant towards cannibalism who all stake claim to the property you bought. I think Shelby and Matt would have taken bad plumbing any day of the week. These shaker style wooden lanterns graced the downstairs walls of the Roanoke house. The have a candle blub lighting fixture and require some electrical work to become operational. Now take a piece of the Roanoke nightmare into your house... if you dare!
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$75
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AHS-166 Hotel: Tristan's Initium Sunglasses - When we meet Tristan Duffy, he thinks he's the cock of the walk. And he might be even worse when he first becomes a vampire. What a pleasant surprise, then, that his character arc takes such a sweet turn as the show begins to explore his love story with Liz Taylor. Maybe there's a message in there about good finding a way even in the midst of evil, or maybe that's just wishful thinking. Either way, it's quite a feat for the showrunners to get us to care about a character they'd made us hate for half the season. And it's a big hint that maybe, just maybe, the show's about more than just horrifying us. It might also be meant to make us think. Own a piece of the show with these Initium "Cocktails" sunglasses that Tristan wore on American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$125
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AHS-79 AHS Director Chair Back - Each season of American Horror Story is filled with fearless storytelling and so many twists and turns, we can never be sure what the next, new episode will bring. Find a place in your home for this chairback marked "Director" from American Horror Story. Maybe it'll inspire you to scare others with your own tales of terror.
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$375
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AHS-366 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (3 of 4) - "He wasn't called Arden then. He was Gruper. Hans Gruper." When a woman named Charlotte Brown is checked into Briarcliff, she claims she is in reality the famous diarist Anne Frank, now grown and secretly a survivor the Nazi death camps of World War II. More disturbing, she claims to have seen Dr. Arden in one of those camps, where he was a ranking SS officer who used the prisoners for his inhuman experiments. Is she telling the truth? Is Arden really Gruper? If so, did she really see him in Auschwitz, or does she recognize him from some image she found in the research brought on by her obsession with a long lost little girl? Own a unique item from the show with this piece of Charlotte Brown's "Wall of Shame" from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-12 Coven: Madison's Vintage Backpack -

Madison Montgomery is the witchiest witch in Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies. She's also a famous movie star. Now that's she's gaining so many new powers, she's also convinced she's the next Supreme. Of course, she'd probably think she was the next Supreme even if she had no powers at all. Add a little Hollywood glamour to your witch's wear with this vintage backpack Madison carried in American Horror Story: Coven.

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$2,600
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AHS-106 Freak Show: Dell's Little Animal Collection - Dell doesn't mean to be a bad guy. He's just got that terrible temper. He's never been able to control it. And it just gets worse and worse, because he feels so trapped. He doesn't want to hurt anybody, though. He's really a big softie inside. He knows he is. He likes cute, little things and he just wants to take care of people. If only they'd stop making him so mad. Own a piece of American Horror Story with Dell's collection of little animals from Freak Show.
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$50
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AHS-122 Freak Show: Sideshow Rare and Wonderful Carnival Banner -

"Ladies and gentlemen, everything you've heard is true. All that has been advertised is here, under this tent. Wonders. Curiosities. A plethora of the strange, the weird, the bizarre, the unusual! From jungles untamed to forest enchanted. From the Dark Continent to the spice-laden lands of India. Astounding mistakes of nature are gathered here for your amusement and edification! What you're about to see will astound your very senses and harrow, yes, harrow your souls!" Bring home a stunning piece of the Freak Show with this 8 by 14.5 foot carnival banner that was used to advertise the "Sideshow, Rare and Wonderful" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.

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$550
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AHS-420 Asylum: Vintage Checkers Board and Checkers - The Monsignor and Sister Jude believe "the tonic for a diseased mind lies in the three 'P's -- Productivity, Prayer, and Purification." The residents of Briarcliff believe in a fourth "P." Play. As any good patients in a film or television psych ward would, they spend most of their time in the common room, where they engage in such classic activities as playing board games, talking to themselves, chasing after each other, shaking the bars on the windows, or banging their heads against the wall. Own a piece of the show with this vintage checkerboard and checkers from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-216 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Art Deco Jar Green - The Hotel Cortez was built in the mid-1920s, around the same time The Countess was turned to a vampire. It was an era of silent films and art deco was at its height. Perhaps this green, art deco jar from The Countess's personal collection reminds her of that long gone time. Add a little of The Countess's past to your own collection with this special item from her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez.
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AHS-220 Hotel: Michael Uppendahl Chair Back - Every season of American Horror Story is a visual banquet, each course more lavish than the last. Hotel offered special challenges, though, since most of the show was set within the walls of the Cortez. Somehow they still managed to pull it off, and with as much flair as always. Have a little piece of Hollywood in your home with this chairback used by director Michael Uppendahl while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$75
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AHS-432 Murder House: Witch Jack-o-Lantern - Marcy is desperate to sell her "murder house" and has asked Marcy the realtor for some ideas. Marcy suggests a couple of "fluffers" to deck the house out in some lovely harvest-y Halloween decorations. However, its the devils night when spirits roam free and the only fluffers showing up to decorate are the bitter, deceased couple Chad and Patrick who clearly have alterior motives. This is one of the pumpkins displayed in the front of the house after being expertly carved by the ghost of Chad with a witch motif. The prop pumpkin is made of heavy foam.
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$1,200
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AHS-412 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" - "Ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor to welcome to Newman's Books the writer of Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival. It's been on The New York Times Best Seller list for ten weeks now. The book is a sensation. And, after devouring it in one sitting, I can honestly say ... she's my hero. Please welcome my new favorite author, Lana Winters." It's 1969, Lana escaped Briarcliff years ago, and her book on the Bloody Face murders has finally been published. Are all the "facts" inside real? Does it really matter? Own a piece of the show with Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," as seen in Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE -- Only the dust cover and title page are actually "Maniac." Inside is a book that came out the same year as AHS: Asylum and was a real bestseller -- "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn.
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$325
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AHS-311 Roanoke: Dylan's Pendant -

Dylan wears this small silver star pendant in Chapter 9, when he comes to the rescue of Lee and Audrey, but not before he takes off his shirt in a crucial scene.  A  great small memory of the American Horror Story: Roanoke saga.

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AHS-399 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose.
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AHS-144 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Stairs Sign - The Hotel Cortez is close to its 100th birthday. Just a few more years and it's a sure thing to be declared a historical landmark. That means no one can tear it down, plus it'll earn a government grant to be put toward upkeep and refurbishing. The hotel isn't guaranteed to hit that milestone, however. Not now that its owner is deceased. Sure, no one knows he's dead, because he's a ghost who's pretending to still be alive, but there are other problems too, like a few more ghosts who haunt the hotel. And the vampires. Not to mention the ghosts of vampires. Show your love for the Hotel Cortez with this sign pointing to the "STAIRS". Because the elevator isn't working. Except when it wants to be.
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$225
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AHS-391 Asylum: Single Leather Cuff Restraints - Usually, the residents of Briarcliff are allowed a fairly free roam of the institution. But, sometimes, for their own good, they have to be restrained. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt themselves. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt others. Sometimes it's for their own good in a more cosmic, existential sense, like when they're fastened to Dr. Arden's table so he can inject them with a combination of deadly diseases in an effort to help the human race evolve to survive the coming nuclear apocolypse. So, yeah, still for their own good. Own a piece of the show with these single leather cuff restraints from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-327 Roanoke: Fetal Pig Photos - These are the photos of the fetal pigs that Sidney presents to Agnes with her retstraining order. These photos contain all of the detail without the terrible smell! Two close up photos, one black and white, one in bloody color. Perfect for framing? You be the judge!
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AHS-314 Roanoke: Shelby's Wedding Ring - Shelby's love for Matt in for infinity, represented by this infinity gold-tone ring. She wore it always, even when their marriage was in trouble. But boy were those "til death do us part" vows ironic. This is a costume jewelry ring with rhinestone accents in size 6.75.
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$225
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AHS-83 Freak Show: Stanley's Bottle of Prop Poison - Stanley needs to kill some "freaks" so he can pay off some bills. But they're not making it easy. He's gotta do it without getting caught. Maybe without even getting his hands dirty. Maybe, just maybe, he can get someone else to do it for him. Own a piece of the Freak Show with Stanley's prop poison bottle of "Strychnine Sulfate" from the fourth season of American Horror Story.
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$175
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AHS-227 Hotel: Hypodermic Sally's Sewing Needle - It's probably safe to say that Sally has a thing for needles. But her trusty sewing needle certainly comes in handy for more than just needlepoint. Used to sew up the Countess and in a flashback to sew her together to her friends in a drug induced mania, Sallys bloody needle has seen plenty of disgusting action in episode 11 of Hotel. Now is your chance to own one of the most memorable props from everybodys favorite addict, Sally.
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$550
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AHS-46 Coven: Nan's Black Dress with Pearl Collar - For someone like Nan, who can hear the innermost thoughts of others, one good thing about Miss Robichaux's Academy is that the witches there tend to just say all their hateful thoughts aloud anyway. Not to mention how often they act on their slightest whim. Is it any wonder Nan thinks she's the most deserving to be the next Supreme? Add a little witchiness to your closet with this black dress with a pearl collar from Forever 21 that Nan wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$175
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AHS-191 Hotel: Liz Taylor's Books - Liz Taylor's books are an escape for her. Reading takes her away from the hotel and all its horrors. It frees her, for a little while, from the hardships of her life. And it's an escape she introduces her new lover, Tristan, to as well. In fact, it's part of the reason he starts to fall in love with her. Find an escape of your own in this set of books owned by Liz Taylor in American Horror Story: Hotel. Some of the covers were specially made for the show by the Art Department.
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$100
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AHS-89 Freak Show: Dandy's Comb - Dandy Mott always likes to look sleek and sharp, even if he's tearing his hair out on the inside. Well, to be honest, sometimes he's tearing it out on the outside too. Is it still just called a temper tantrum when the kicking and screaming turns to murder? Keep yourself looking your best, no matter how you're feeling, with this beautiful tortoise shell comb from Bonwit Teller that Dandy used in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$225
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AHS-277 Roanoke: TV Flora's Search Party Map Flyers - The search party flyers that Lee passes out during the search for Flora! Flora's smiling school photo is in the corner, along with a grid map of an aerial view of the woods. Unfortunately, a more accurate map would've been helpful, with designated spots for human sacrifices on a large pig spit, Matt in a trance sex sessions, etc.
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AHS-42 Coven: Queenie's Black Dress with Gold Studs and Capelet - Of the students at Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, Queenie is the only one who doesn't die. Sure, Zoe's alive at the end, but only because Cordelia brought her back to life. No, Queenie's the only one. And she's pretty impossible to kill, with the way her witch power has manifested, making her a "human voodoo doll." (Of course, we can't vouch for her continued safety in, say, AHS: Hotel. Should've stayed in New Orleans, Queenie. Your little trip to L.A. cost you more than a plane ticket.) Cast a spell on your closet with this black dress with gold studs and a capelet from NY Collection Woman that Queenie wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$150
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AHS-356 Asylum: Gold Metal Bible Holder - It took a tragic accident to make Sister Jude wear the habit, while the Monsignor had known since childhood he was meant to don the robes. Whatever either thought a life of the cloth held for them, however, they could never have imagined what awaited them within the walls of Briarcliff Asylum. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum with this gold, metal Bible holder used in the show.
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$125
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AHS-62 Coven: Marie's Velvet Robe - After a productive day of sending the evil witch hunting Delphi Trust members to their early graves, Marie Laveau deserves to relax and have a cocktail. She does both in this beautiful velour robe from Oscar de la Renta with gold embroidery details. But Marie better not relax for to long, because Madame LaLaurie has some deadly plans of her own. Now this beautiful piece of wardrobe can be yours from American Horror Story: Coven.
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$850
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AHS-120 Freak Show: The World's Smallest Woman Carnival Banner - "Ladies and gentlemen, everything you've heard is true. All that has been advertised is here, under this tent. Wonders. Curiosities. A plethora of the strange, the weird, the bizarre, the unusual! From jungles untamed to forest enchanted. From the Dark Continent to the spice-laden lands of India. Astounding mistakes of nature are gathered here for your amusement and edification! What you're about to see will astound your very senses and harrow, yes, harrow your souls!" Bring home a stunning piece of the Freak Show with this 8 by 14.5 foot carnival banner that was used to advertise "The World's Smallest Woman" in the fourth season of American Horror Story. (Everyone loved Ma Petite. Don't you?)
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$900
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AHS-392 Asylum: Rubber Prop Metal Mixing Blades - Kit will go to any length to protect the people he loves. That is why it is no surprise in episode seven he grabs this metal mixing blade to kill on the Dr. Arden's monsters before it can attack precious Grace. Included here are the two rubber prop versions of the metal mixing blade from Briarcliff's bakery. Own a memorable piece of Kit and Grace's story with these great props.
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AHS-11 Coven: Myrtle Snow's Glasses - Myrtle Snow has done everything she could in the last 40 years to have Fiona replaced as the Supreme. She's even died for it. And, before she's done, she just might have to die for it again. She's okay with that, though, because she really, really doesn't like Fiona. The rest of the witches in the coven may not know how evil Fiona is, but Myrtle does. Myrtle has always known. See things a little more clearly with Myrtle Snow's glasses from FrameFrance that she wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$425
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AHS-95 Freak Show: Gloria Mott's Small Gold Bell - Gloria Mott's been ringing and ringing her little bell, but the servant just won't come. Where is she? She's a live-in servant -- it's not like she has anywhere else to go. How disappointing. She's always been so devoted before. Don't be too harsh on her, Gloria. Wait until you go downstairs and see what your little boy, Dandy, has been up to. Own a piece from the Mott mansion with this small, gold bell that Gloria used in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$200
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AHS-381 Asylum: Wood Carved Box - The setting of each season of American Horror Story is more than just a backdrop. The story couldn't exist without it. In a way, the era and the location are the story. Asylum is no exception. Every costume, every prop, every light is designed to draw the viewer into the world being created. A horrible world, but a world based on a real time and place in America. Own a piece of the show with this wood carved box from AHS: Asylum.
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$200
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AHS-333 Roanoke: Polks' Prop Cattle Prod - This flexible rubber prop cattle prod comes with a red handle and leather cord, so you can look fashionable when subduing the humans that you've kidnapped and are cutting up to eat. The Polks looked great when torturing Lee! A cattle prod is also an efficient way to take control, so the Polks were definitely smarter than we thought.
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$75
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AHS-260 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Adornments Sign - "Adornments"? We know the Hotel Cortez is close to 100 years old, but even thinking back to those early days, we don't know what they're advertising by saying "Adornments". "Hey, hold on for a minute, bub, while I just pop into this hotel here real quick like and pick up an adornment." Is it another way to say "cosmetics"? Maybe it means jewelry? Tattoos? Feathers? Your guess is as good as ours. Own a curiosity from the show with this "Adornments" sign used on American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$125
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AHS-288 Roanoke: TV Matt's Two North Carolina License Plates - Matt's North Carolina license plate, GIS-9232, when he and Shelby first move to the house. Why they didn't hop in this car and drive away at the first weird thing happening is anyone's guess. In Chapter 5, The Butcher sets his car on fire so that the family is trapped, so you get his burned license plate too!
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$100
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AHS-20 Asylum: Leo's Death Outfit - Leo Morrison only agreed to sneak into the old, abandoned Briarcliff Asylum for some action. The kind he thought he'd get from his girlfriend, not the kind he actually got, from the new Bloody Face. Guess he should have known better than to trespass in a place where 46,000 people died. Add a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum to your closet with the bloodied outfit Leo wore ... after his arm was ripped off by whatever was down there in the dark.
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$175
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AHS-434 Asylum: Sister Mary Eunice's Gift for Sister Jude - "Oh I left a bottle of Kentucky something or other there... it's for you." A possessed Sister Mary Eunice really knows how to stick it to Sister Jude after killing the Nazi hunter that she had hired to out Dr. Arden. When liquor is your poison of choice this bottle (empty of course) of Kentucky Hill Bourbon Whiskey can be as deadly as a straight razor. This bottle and glass are a fantastic piece of memorabilia from this disturbing scene in Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$200
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AHS-300 Roanoke: Todd's Black Helmet and Head Lamp. - Todd, the hesitant but handsome member of the teens dying to go viral group, wears this Bern helmet, with an attachment for a camera (camera not included) and a Black Diamond head lamp. A head lamp is super helpful if you want to see if it's a ghost or a human attacking you in the woods.
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$25
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AHS-426 Asylum: Pewter Candlesticks - The second season of American Horror Story takes place not only in a mental institution, but in a Catholic mental institution, and every prop, every costume, every lighting choice was made with that in mind. As a result, the story is lent an almost gothic aesthetic that blends beautifully with the 1960s setting. Own a piece of the show with these pewter candlesticks that were used in American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$175
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