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AHS-425 Asylum: Pewter Goblets (Set of 4) - 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 this set of four pewter goblets that was used in American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-364 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (1of 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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$75
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AHS-339 Roanoke: Large Settlement Map - This large settlement map of the Roanoke property is beautiful with their old fashioned painted quality, and not at all creepy. It's a little creepy. Would be great for display!
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$150
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AHS-29 Coven: Queenie's Gold and Black Striped Top - Queenie has a unique, magical gift. Any harm she causes to herself she can pass to another of her choosing instead. And she's put the ability to good use. Almost no one she knows hasn't felt at least some pain inflicted by her over the years. She doesn't mean to lash out. It's just that sometimes she feels so alone. Put a little enchantment on your wardrobe with this gold and black striped top that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$50
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AHS-93 Freak Show: Gloria Mott's Compass - Gloria Mott wants Dandy to stop killing people, but it's never really that clear if it's because she disapproves of what Dandy's doing or if she's just worried he'll get caught. After all, it's them against the world, up on the hill in the Mott mansion. And Dandy would never hurt her. Not his own mother who loves him and cares for him. Would he? Own a piece from the Mott family with Gloria's compass from American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$125
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AHS-33 Coven: Queenie's Plaid Western Shirt - Queenie and Madame LaLaurie almost started to become friends after spending so much time together. Madame LaLaurie is so pitiful, Queenie couldn't help but feel a little sorry for her. After all, Queenie knows what it's like to feel like you're all alone. Yes, they almost become friends. Almost. Maybe they really would have, but Madame LaLaurie is a crazy, old slave owner, and Queenie's having none of that. Put a little magic in your wardrobe with this plaid western shirt with stud detailing that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-137 Hotel: Agnetha and Vendela Passports - When Agnetha and Vendela check into the Hotel Cortez, they think they're just in L.A. for a quick visit. Tour the city, see the sights, then fly back to Sweden. Sorry, ladies -- your short trip is about to turn into an extended stay. Own a memento from American Horror Story: Hotel with these passports carried by the doomed Swedes. They're not gonna need them anymore, because they're not going anywhere anytime soon ... or ever again.
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$100
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AHS-369 Asylum: Silverware set - Lana and Wendy kept a beautiful home ... before Lana was taken prisoner by an evil nun in an insane asylum. It's the little things that make Wendy think of Lana now. The extra wine glass that doesn't get used anymore. The silverware that they picked out together. The paper committing Lana to the asylum that Wendy signed for fear of losing her job. Don't worry too much about that last one, Wendy. You won't have time to feel bad about it -- Bloody Face knows who you are and he knows where you live. Own a piece of the show with this silverware set, complete with a bloody, rubber, special effects knife, from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-397 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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$100
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AHS-209 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Wall Sconces - The Hotel Cortez is bathed in darkness, even when the lights are on. Its halls are awash in evil. Its rooms swim with the blood of a multitude of murdered guests. The air carries the whisper of every moment of agony and terror as it flows through the corridors. Shine a light in the darkness with these walls sconces from the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Two vintage light bulbs are included.
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$400
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AHS-223 Hotel: Mare Winningham Chair Back - Hazel Evers, or Miss Evers as she's most often called on the show, is a patient woman who has waited many long years to get what she wants. Of course, it doesn't really work out for her in the end, but that was to be expected. But you can get what you want, and you don't need to be patient at all, with this chairback used by Mare Winningham while she was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$75
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AHS-104 Freak Show: Mordrake's Bloody Sheet Music and Quill Pen - "One Halloween night, Edward snapped. He murdered every freak in the troupe. Then he hung himself. Legend has it that, even in death, the demon face was smiling." Legend also has it that if any performance ever occurs on Halloween "that whispering face will choose one more freak to take with him back to hell." Turns out some legends are true. And some myths can be murderous. Own a unique piece of American Horror Story with Edward Mordrake's bloody sheet music and quill pen from Freak Show.
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$175
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AHS-317 Roanoke: TV Matt's Glassess - Matt was the most stylist pharmacutical salesman we've ever seen in these Zac Posen, dark brown tortoiseshell, A/R coating glasses. Survived all the hell he lived through in the Roanke house, maybe because he kept them safe in the accompanying case when he wasn't wearing them.
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$50
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AHS-181 Hotel: Will Drake and The Countess Marriage Certificate - Will Drake self-identifies as a gay man, so why is he marrying The Countess? "Adults are complicated," is what he tells his son. Although that's undeniably true, in this specific case it might have more to do with the fact that The Countess is a bloodthirsty vampire who uses the power of compulsion on her prey. And, make no mistake, Will Drake is prey. She may not want to eat him, but she definitely wants to kill him. And she's going to do it when the ink is barely dry. Own a special piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with the marriage certificate signed by Will Drake and The Countess.
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$150
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AHS-32 Coven: Queenie's Black Top with Zipper Embellishment - All of the other girls seem to dislike Fiona, but Queenie doesn't think she's so bad. She gave Queenie Madame Delphine LaLaurie as her own personal slave, after all. That took not only a sense of justice, but a sense of humor too. No, Fiona's not so bad at all. In fact, Queenie might even be a little sad when she replaces the old woman by becoming the next Supreme. There's nothing Queenie can do about it, though. It has to be her. She can feel her magic growing already and new powers are beginning to manifest. Hang a little magic in your closet with this black top with a zipper embellishment from Avenue that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$50
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AHS-149 Hotel: Miss Evers's Sheets Lot - Just when Miss Evers thinks she's finished with the laundering, another ghost turns up in the hallway. And, if there's a ghost, that means there's a body somewhere in the hotel. And, where there's a body, there's bound to be a mess. The penthouse is occupied by vampires after all. And vampires are the messiest eaters. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this set of three sheets from Miss Evers's laundry. Two are already clean. The third, she's still trying to get the blood out.
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AHS-379 Asylum: Wendy and Friends Wine - Knock, knock. Wendy and her friends are scared. "Don't answer it. There's a killer of women on the loose ... Lois don't! You don't know who's out there!" Wendy has invited a few other women over to counsel and console her after her meeting with Sister Jude. Now there's someone knocking at the door. Apparently, her friend Lois is the only one who remembers it's Halloween, and has enough sense to realize the knock on the door is probably just some young trick or treaters looking for candy. "Check out the mass murderers, Barb." Find a little liquid courage in this wine bottle used by the women in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$75
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AHS-117 Freak Show: Legless Suzy 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 "Legless Suzy" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.

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AHS-69 Freak Show: Ethel's Ledger - Ethel hides a heavy heart under her tough exterior. Like many hard lives, hers comes with a lot of secrets. Secrets that she carries like a strong man lifting his dumbells for the pennies of the crowd. Now that she's been told she has less than a year to live, she's happy to take those secrets with her. That's where they belong. Buried in the ground with her sad, old body. Own a piece of the show with Ethel's ledger. This is the 1926 vintage little book that she used on American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$125
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AHS-23 Coven: Zoe's Color Block Blazer - After an uncertain start, things have started to work out okay for Zoe at Miss Robichaux's Academy. Her and Madison have actually become friends. Well, not friends so much as enemies that can kind of get along from time to time. And Zoe has a new boyfriend. Okay, well, Kyle might still be a little bit dead. Maybe? She's not exactly sure. And there was that one zombie attack, but they survived that. And Zoe's pretty sure Fiona handled that society of witch hunters. So, yeah, it's going okay. Cast a spell on your closet with this color block blazer from Laveer that Zoe wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-113 Freak Show: Chester's Ledger and Set Order List - Chester Creb's been looking for a place he could live and work. Perform his magic show and his ventriloquy act. He's also looking for a place to hide out, since he's been on the run ever since his ventriloquist dummy murdered his wife and her lover. Own a piece from a magician's handbag with Chester's vintage, "Common Sense Man" ledger and his set order list from American Horror Story: Freak Show. "Common Sense Man" has a certain irony to it when it's mentioned in the same breath as a ventriloquist who thinks his dummy is real.
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AHS-110 Freak Show: Chester's Playing Cards and Reveal Scarf - When Chester Creb showed up at the tent city, looking for a place to live and work, it couldn't have been more perfect for the twins, Bette and Dot, who were pining for a man who could love them both. Turns out the freak show could use a magician and Chester was more than willing to give the twins a chance as well. It's just too bad he also happened to be a ventriloquist. Own a little piece of magic with Chester's playing cards and the magician's scarf he used to reveal the twin ballerina jewelry box in episode 11 of American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$125
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AHS-261 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Cigars Sign - In the old days, the Hotel Cortez didn't just sell cigars -- they likely had a whole smoking lounge for them as well. One step into that room in the 1920s would have stung your eyes and burned your lungs immediately. You know what else stings the eyes and burns the lungs? Acid. Just ask the hotel's owner, J.P. March. He's an expert on the subject. Own a piece of the show with this "Cigars" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$225
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AHS-94 Freak Show: Gloria Mott's Gold Monogrammed Single Cigarette Case - Gloria Mott always spoiled her son. She gave him whatever he wanted. But she doesn't understand Dandy's desires any longer. Why does he want to hurt people? He has so many toys he could play with instead. It's not his fault. It's all that awful inbreeding in the bloodline. Own a piece from the Mott family with Gloria's gold tone, monogrammed cigarette case from American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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AHS-224 Hotel: Loni Peristere Chair Back - Each season of American Horror Story is a visual banquet, every 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 Loni Peristere while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-38 Coven: Queenie's Black with Pleather Dress - At first, Queenie thought it was kinda funny and fitting when Fiona gave her Madame LaLaurie as her own personal slave. Then she started to get to know the woman and began to grow close to her. She actually thought maybe she could change the crazy, old racist. Now that she knows the depths of LaLaurie's depravity, though, the only thing Queenie wants to change is her living situation. Meaning she wants to change the woman from living to not living. Cast a spell on your closet with this black with pleather dress from Lane Bryant that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-305 Roanoke: Lee's Production Phone Cover - Sidney gave Lee this Vena phone case, black with engraved "Lee" name tag, to record her experiences during the aptly named "Return to Roanoke: Three Days in Hell" reality tv shoot. The case is in pretty good condition, except for a couple scratches on the name plate, which is shocking considering the very special time Lee spent with the Polks.
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$25
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AHS-373 Asylum: Sister Mary Eunice's Brown Basket - "They had quite the ferocious appetite last night. Did you hear them? I expected to find the basket torn to pieces." There's something spooky in the woods outside Briarcliff Asylum. Something Sister Mary Eunice is feeding at the behest of Dr. Arden. Own a special item from the show with the basket Sister Mary Eunice carried in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum when Dr. Arden offered the nun a candy apple of temptation.
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$125
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AHS-275 Roanoke: TV Flora and TV Lee's Jacks Game - Flora and Lee play this innocent game of Jacks right before Flora meets Priscilla for the first time! Lee, why did you leave Flora alone to go make her a snack! Jacks set comes in a little pouch and inside a darling painted wooden box by Melissa & Doug.
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$100
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AHS-236 Hotel: Countess Etched Starburst Tall Pitcher - The Countess is a vampire, beautiful and strong. But her strength is an illusion, born of myth and movie-making. If she is struck, she could shatter, like the items made of glass that she surrounds herself with. Own a piece of The Countess's collection with this starburst etched, barware pitcher with blood drops on the side from her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez.
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AHS-320 Roanoke: Audrey's Wedding Ring Set - Audrey and Rory's love was real, despite what all the haters thought. She celebrated her love with this costume diamond ring (size 6.25) and rhinestone band (size 5). Done of us will forget their touching vows, their constant making out, and her constantly mentioning how much older she was than him and how he was going to leave her one day. Comes in a black box!
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$325
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AHS-377 Asylum: Sister Jude's Metal Cigarette Box - Briarcliff Asylum is equipped with all the latest amenities to help its residents relax. There is, of course, the requisite checkers board that residents can flip over and throw across the room when they're angry. There's the old favorite, the brick wall, for residents to bang their heads against for hours on end. There's the always classic, windows with metal grating over them, each hole the perfect size for fingerholds, which the residents can shake violently while staring at the outside world where they'll never walk free again. And, it goes without saying, there's the ultimate tool for relaxation in 1960s America -- cigarettes. Although, to be fair, the staff probably smokes more than the patients. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum with this metal cigarette box seen in Sister Jude's office.
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$900
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AHS-27 Coven: Queenie's Print Tank - Queenie left Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies for a place in Marie Laveau's court, because she thought maybe she'd feel more at home there. But the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans might care even less about her than the witches of Fiona's coven. Isn't there any place Queenie can fit in? Any place she can matter? Maybe she'll just have to make a place of her own. She could do it, too. After all, she can feel the magic growing inside her and new abilities starting to form. Cast a spell on your wardrobe with this "Afrikanie" print tank top with a hood from Koto that Queenie wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$75
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AHS-409 Asylum: Lana Winter's Signed Hero 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 this special, signed version of Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," as seen in Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE -- Only the dust cover, signed title page and first chapter page are actually "Maniac."
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$400
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AHS-350 Roanoke: House Upstairs 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 upstairs 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-101 Freak Show: Mordrake's Journal - "Edward was a young man with fine attainments. He was a scholar. He was a poet. Musician of rare ability." The only problem? "He had another face on the back of his head." Edward Mordrake was rejected by his family, spurned by society, but he found his place among the freaks of a traveling show. Until his other face made him murder them all. Now he is cursed to come and claim the soul of another to walk the darkness with him, should any freak perform on Halloween. Own a unique item from American Horror Story with this delicate, vintage journal that Edward Mordrake used in Freak Show.
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$200
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AHS-406 Asylum: Christmas Tree Star - It's an "Unholy Night" in the special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. Briarcliff may not have much in the way of cheer, but that doesn't stop the residents from ringing in the Yuletide. Fortunately for them, they have there very own Santa Claus. Unfortunately for them, he's an insane psychokiller. They'd better hope they didn't make his naughty list. Celebrate the Season like one of the patients from Briarcliff with this molded killer Christmas tree star from Episode 8 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$200
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AHS-150 Hotel: Gamboa's Oscar Statue - Martin Gamboa was a film fanatic. So much so, he'd gotten a hold of an old Oscar statue. It was the prize of his collection. Only fitting, then, that the Ten Commandments killer used it to bash Gamboa's head in, as payment for his sins. "Thou shalt not worship false idols." Okay, idolatry wasn't really Gamboa's sin, but someone who actually worships an idol isn't easy to find nowadays, so the Ten Commandments Killer just killed a really, really bad guy who owned a statue instead. Own a piece of the show with this rubber, faux Oscar statue used in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$375
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AHS-119 Freak Show: Amazon Eve 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 "Amazing Eve" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.

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$650
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AHS-226 Hotel: Finn Wittrock Chair Back - Tristan Duffy wasn't looking for love when he checked into the Hotel Cortez. Come to think of it, he wasn't even looking for a hotel. Sometimes life gives you what you need, though. Let life give you this chairback used by Finn Wittrock while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$250
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AHS-415 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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$225
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AHS-3 Coven: Misty's Fleetwood Mac 8-Track - "Who sings this? Fleetwood Mac! Stevie Nicks is my hero." Zoe doesn't know who that is, but Misty's more than happy to explain. "It's Stevie Nicks! 'The White Witch.' The only witch before you I've ever known." Own a unique and defining item from the show with Misty's Fleetwood Mac 8-Track from American Horror Story: Coven.
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$300
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AHS-125 Freak Show: The Humorous Pinheads 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 Humorous Pinheads" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.

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$700
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AHS-387 Asylum: Long Leather Straps - 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 long leather straps with buckles from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$175
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AHS-271 Roanoke: TV Shelby's Rosé Wine Bottle - Shelby loves her Rosé! And her yoga. She really did belong in LA. Shelby drinks this wine when she's cooking in Chapter 1 and getting a feel for the house, the ghost nurses... and the hot tub. Needless to say, it doesn't go well. Rosé, hot tubbing, and figures carrying pitchforks don't mix.
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$150
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AHS-419 Asylum: Vintage Checkers/Backgammon with 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 game of checkers and backgammon from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$100
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AHS-43 Coven: Nan's Black Floral Dress with Bow - When Nan insists she could be the one who'll be the next Supreme, everyone just brushes her off. But just because she looks sweet, that doesn't mean she lacks the power it takes to lead. And she's about to show everyone she's a witch to be reckoned with. Add a little Nan power to your closet with this black, floral dress with a bow from Forever 21 that everyone's favorite clairvoyant wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$100
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AHS-131 John's Blood shirt and Suit - "Not everyone can appreciate it here. All the lovely darkness. You know what I mean." Detective John Lowe has questions. Questions about the Hotel Cortez and it's inhabitants, like the strange, yet seductive, Sally McKenna. Sally has no answers for him though. None he's ready to hear yet. Why? Because she's a ghost. A lost soul, doomed to haunt the halls of the old hotel. But John doesn't know that ... or does he? Own the suit and shirt John Lowe wore in Episode 3 of American Horror Story: Hotel. The suit is from DKNY and the shirt is from Brooks Brothers. Also includes a second, bloody shirt that was used after John ran into an unfortunate guest in the lobby.
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$125
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AHS-225 Hotel: Cheyenne Jackson Chair Back - Will Drake bought the Hotel Cortez thinking he'd found an interesting place to live and work. Little did he know, the penthouse was already occupied. But he still found the home we was looking for. And he's gonna be there forever. Add a piece of the show to your own home with this chairback Cheyenne Jackson used while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$100
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AHS-52 Coven: Marie's Red Silk Scarf Dress - Marie Laveau buried Madame Delphine LaLaurie in the ground a long time ago, but now someone's gone and dug the old bag up. Well, maybe it'll be good to see that wicked woman once more, if only to separate her head from the rest of her body. Now Laveau just needs to figure out a way to get LaLaurie away from that coven of witches that's got a hold of her. Enchant your closet with this red, silk, scarf dress from Advance Apparels that Marie Laveau wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$125
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