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AHS-55 Coven: Marie's Floral Pattern Jump Suit - Marie Laveau has been around a long time and she's seen enemies come and go. This new witch woman, Fiona, won't be any different. The worse part is, the witch doesn't even seem to realize she is an enemy yet. Well, if she wanted to be friends with Marie Laveau, she shouldn't have dug up Madame LaLaurie. She should of figured maybe someone buried the old bag for a reason. Add a little magic to your wardrobe with this floral patterned jump suit with cut out sides from Bebe that the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-413 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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$250
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AHS-118 Freak Show: Side Show Living Wonders 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 "Side Show Living Wonders" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.

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$550
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AHS-334 Roanoke: Mama Polk's Sledge Hammer - Mama Polk was frail, subsiding only on human jerky, so she needed a powerful weapon like this sledge hammer to bust up Shelby's ankle. This is just a prop though, made of foam and rubber, so you can play Polks safely.
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$50
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AHS-158 Hotel: Gamboa's Police File - Martin Gamboa wasn't a good man. No matter which way you cut it, he deserved as bad as he got. Sure, he didn't really worship the Oscar he'd acquired for his film collection, but he'd committed a far worse sin than idolatry. No, John Lowe wasn't bothered at all to realize he was the one who'd murdered the cinephile. It's just too bad that wasn't the only kind of -phile Gamboa was. Own a piece of the show with Gamboa's police file from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$50
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AHS-404 Asylum: Rubber Full Axe - "Our life here has been more precious than I could have dreamed." Grace is so grateful to have found a home with Kit and Alma after finally being freed from Briarcliff. They all share so much -- it's beautiful. Not only do her and Alma both have children from Kit, they also both gave birth to those children aboard an alien spacecraft. Amazing, wonderous children, who are so very special. One day, perhaps, the aliens will return and reveal their glorious plans for the makeshift, little family. That's what Grace believes, at least. She's convinced of it. Or she used to be convinced of it, anyway, before Alma snuck up behind her and hacked her to death with an axe. Own a piece of American Horror Story with this rubber axe used on the show.
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$100
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AHS-124 Freak Show: Stupendous Strong Man 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 "Stupendous Strong Man" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.
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$600
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AHS-167 Hotel: Donovan's Initium Sunglasses - The Countess's lover when the show opens, Donovan is a cool customer. He's got all the swagger and surety that seems to come with being a vampire. Of course, he doesn't realize he's little more than a glorified boy toy. At least not until The Countess kicks him to the curb without a moment's hesitation. We have to admit, though, Donovan is still pretty cool, even after that. Cool enough to wear sunglasses when he can't even really safely go outside during the day. Own a piece of the show with these Initium "Exacta" sunglasses that Donovan wore on American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$225
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AHS-134 John's Bloody Grey Button Down - Detective John Lowe is starting to question his own sanity. He's starting to see things. Hear things. Things that can't be real. He checks himself into the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, and while there, he meets a little girl who just might be a ... vampire? Maybe he really is losing his mind. But, somehow, things are all finally starting to make sense to him. Own this bloody, grey, button down shirt by Steven Alan that John Lowe wore in Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-349 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-9 Coven: Madison Zombie Kit - "We take the best boy parts, we attach them to Kyle's head, and we build the perfect boyfriend." After learning the frat boy who assaulted Madison survived the bus crash Madison caused, Zoe is so upset that she kills him. Madison, on the other hand, is so grateful to Zoe that she decides to resurrect the boy Zoe met at the party, who did die in the crash. Just another day in the life of the teenage witches of Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies. Cast a spell with this resurrection kit Madison used in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Coven. Includes a roll of tiny bottles of herbs, a crystal, and an "antique" knife.
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AHS-28 Coven: Queenie's Multi-Colored Striped Top - Queenie may be a "human voodoo doll" with the power to deflect any pain or injury caused to her back on the person who caused it, but that doesn't stop the other girl's at Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies from hurting her feelings. Because teenage girls can be mean, but when they're witches, they can be worse. They'll learn one day, though, and soon. Because Queenie is pretty positive she's the next Supreme. Add a bit of magic to your closet with this bleach damaged, multi-colored striped top from Torrid that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-73 Freak Show: Desiree's Velveteen Rabbit Book - Now that Desiree knows she can have children after all, there's a desire growing in her heart that she had always cut off at the roots before. She wants that for herself. Babies. Precious little things to hold, and love. To tuck in at night and read a bedtime story to. Make room on your bookshelf for this vintage copy of The Velveteen Rabbit that belonged to Desiree in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$125
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AHS-1 Coven: Witch Box of Spells - "Now, I've read all your files. And you're never gonna become great women of our clan sitting around here at Hogwarts under the confused instruction of my daughter." Fiona's come to help out at Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exeptional Young Ladies, and she doesn't like the way Cordelia is teaching the students. To be fair, how does anyone really have time to teach anything in a school filled with that much murder and mayhem? Take home a piece of American Horror Story with this witch's box of spells. With chalk, animal teeth, small bones, a mixing bowl, jars for potions, and a ribbon-wrapped antler, this is the perfect kit from the witches in Coven to start your own order. A few spells have even been added for good juju.
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AHS-140 Hotel: Will Drake ic! berlin Sunglasses - Will Drake is the new owner of the Hotel Cortez. He's stylish and sophisticated and, best of all, rich -- everything The Countess needs for her plan to keep the hotel within her control. So what if he's attracted to men? What's a little matter like sexual preference to a beautiful, beguiling vampiress who wields the power of compulsion? Save yourself from the sun with these ic! berlin sunglasses that Will Drake wore on American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$700
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AHS-302 Roanoke: Todd's Backpack and Water Bottle - Todd's black GoPro backpack is in amazing condition considering all he's been through. Comes with a Kleen Kanteen, stainless steel and black with a sticker on it. Unfortunately all this quality gear didn't help him when he ran into... well, we won't spoil it.
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$25
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AHS-351 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-306 Roanoke: Milo's Orange Helmet, Head Lamp and GoPro Selfie Stick. - Milo was the comic relief of the internet fame-seeking teens, but that doesn't mean he wasn't well prepared to go ghost hunting in the woods. He wore this Bern helmet with a GoPro mount (GoPro not included), and a working Black Diamond head lamp, and carried this black and blue extending selfie stick. All of this gear was crucial in capturing the Kodak moments of the very special bbq that he got to attend.
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$25
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AHS-168 Hotel: Donovan's ic! berlin Sunglasses - If it wasn't for The Countess, Donovan would probably have been dead a long time ago. She not only saved his life, but gave him a new one. An unending one. Not that he can't die. It's just that he doesn't age, so, barring some kind of accident, or violent act, he could actually live ... forever. Hopefully no one tries to kill The Countess and, in the process, shoots him by mistake. Own a piece of the show with these ic! berlin "pappelplatz" sunglasses that Donovan wore in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$275
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AHS-65 Freak Show: Dandy's White Brooks Bros. Sweater Vest - Dandy Mott's game of choice was murder, but he always looked like he was dressed to play croquet on the lawn of an English manor. Were those really the outfits he wanted to wear, or did his mother buy his clothes, like she bought his costume for Halloween? Own a piece that could only be Dandy's with this white, Brooks Brothers sweater vest from American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$250
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AHS-39 Coven: Queenie's Black Dress with Skull Back -

Turns out it's a good thing Queenie has more than one black dress. She's already been to a couple of witch burnings recently and it's looking like there might be more to come. Fortunately for her, she'll never have to worry about being burned at the stake. Not unless whoever starts the fire wants to feel the flames themself. Add a little magic to your wardrobe with this black dress with a skull back from Torrid that Queenie wore in American Horror Story: Coven.

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AHS-403 Asylum: Rubber Special Effects Axe - "I love you, Kit. And Alma. And our sweet, beautiful, miracle babies." Grace is so grateful to have found a home with Kit and Alma after finally being freed from Briarcliff. They all share so much -- it almost overwhelms her heart. Not only do her and Alma both have children from Kit, they also both gave birth to those children aboard an alien spacecraft. Amazing, wonderous children, who are so very special. One day, perhaps, the aliens will return and reveal their glorious plans for the makeshift, little family. That's what Grace believes, at least. She's convinced of it. Or she used to be convinced of it, anyway, before Alma snuck up behind her and hacked her to death with an axe. Own a piece of American Horror Story with this rubber special effects axe used on the show.
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AHS-41 Coven: Queenie's Black and White Print Dress - "She told me what you did to her daughter. You just wanted love. And that makes you a beast? That called me that too. But that's not who we are. We both deserve love like everybody else. Don't you wanna love me?" When the "minotaur" shows up at Miss Robichaux's, looking for Madame Delphine LaLaurie, Queenie leads it away and attempts to bond with it. Needless to say, it doesn't go well. Show your love for Queenie with this black and white print dress with a drawstring waist from NY Collection Woman that Queenie wore in Episodes 3 and 4 of American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-174 Hotel: Danglin' Dingo Duffle Bag - "What curious creatures." When Rudolph Valentino and Natacha Rambova are finally freed from their prison within the walls of the Cortez, they desperately need to feed. Fortunately, a trio of Australian strippers have just checked into the hotel. "Like the Colossus come to life ... Who are we to deny a gift from the gods?" Own a fun and novel item from the show with this "Danglin' Dingo" duffle bag from Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-77 Freak Show:Amazon Eve Polka Dot Sunglasses - Whether she's working on her act outside, carrying Ma Petite to the lunch tables, or just walking between tents behind the freak show, it's not unusual to see Amazon Eve with a pair of dark glasses. After all, when she's almost seven feet tall, she's closer to the sun. Carry a piece of the Freak Show with you, with these polka dot sunglasses that Amazon Eve wore in the fourth season of American Horror Story.
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AHS-142 Hotel: Tabloid Journalist Tounge with Nail - "He stopped their tongues from wagging. 'Thou shalt not bear false witness.' These people trafficked in lies." The Ten Commandments Killer has struck again. This time at the headquarters of an online gossip magazine. Detective John Lowe seems to have an almost unnatural understanding of the crime scene. (SPOILER ALERT -- Not so strange once we discover his secret.) Own a unique item from the set of American Horror Story: Hotel with the tongue of the tabloid journalist that was nailed to her desk in Episode 3. Nail included, of course. Oh, and not that it should need to be pointed out, but it's not a real tongue. The nail's real, though.
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$100
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AHS-111 Freak Show: Chester's Small Magic Kit - Magic is Chester Creb's passion. All he wants to do is perform his magic act, with a little ventriloquism show on the side. Well, it was meant to be on the side, but Marjorie, his ventriloquist dummy, won't let him out of her sight. And she isn't gonna take second place to some lifeless deck of cards. Or any of the "freaks" in the freak show, either. Own a little something from Chester's bag of tricks with his small magic kit that inclues a cigarette catcher box and a magic finger card. From American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$100
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AHS-148 Hotel: Miss Evers's Sheets Lot - Miss Evers has some more laundry to do. People have got to stop killing people on the bedding. Ah well, it's better than the carpet. The blood never really comes out of the carpet. It just keeps seeping deeper and deeper, until it's part of the hotel itself. Own a piece that screams American Horror Story: Hotel with this set of three sheets from Miss Evers's laundry. Two are clean. The other, well, let's just say Miss Evers still has some work to do.
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$75
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AHS-207 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Elevator Down Button - How far down does the elevator in the Hotel Cortez go? All the way to the grave, is the answer. A deeper still. Past even the death. Because there's something living down there. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this down button from the elevator in the Cortez.
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$275
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AHS-16 Coven: Zoe's Black and Grey Sweater - Zoe isn't exactly welcomed to Miss Robichaux's Academy with open arms. Turns out that just means she fits right in, though, since no one at the school for "Exceptional Young Ladies" really likes each other all that much. If she gives it a little time, she'll find that nothing creates a sense of camaraderie like the death and destruction that's about to be heaped on her and the others. Add a little of the witch to your wardrobe with this black and grey sweater with a chiffon underlayer from Addison that Zoe wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$200
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AHS-238 Hotel: Liz Taylor's Books - The Crimes of Love- New Cover/ Ada/ Remembrance of Things Past Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3- New cover/The 120 Days of Sodom- New Cover/ Jane Eyre- new cover/Complete Works of Tolstoy: Vol. X What is to be done? and Life- cover falling off/ The House of Mirth- new cover/ Finnegans Wake/ Sister Carrie- new cover/ The Importance of Being Ernest/ The Prince- new cover/ James Joyce/The Bridge of San Luis Rey/ Bleak House- new cover/ Aristotle's Politics/ Candide ou l'Optimisme - new cover and 120 days of Sodom inside
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$125
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AHS-153 Hotel: Holden Missing Posters and Jasper's Dog Collar - As the years passed and her son remained missing, Alex gave up hope that Holden could still be alive. But now she's found him again, and taken him home, and he hasn't changed at all. No, that's not true -- he still looks the same as he did, all those years ago, but he has definitely changed. Because he just ate Jasper, the family dog. Own a piece of the show with Holden Lowe's missing posters and Jasper's (now empty) dog collar from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$75
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AHS-7 Coven: Fiona VooDoo Doll - They don't call Marie Laveau the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans for no reason. So it should come as no surprise that she keep a voodoo doll handy for each of her enemies. She should know better than to try that kind of magic on a Supreme witch like Fiona, though. The Voodoo Queen is liable to start a sequence of events that'll end badly for her. Practice some black magic with Marie Laveau's voodoo doll of Fiona from American Horror Story: Coven.
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$300
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AHS-35 Coven: Queenie's Full Black Outfit - Now that Fiona has returned to Miss Robichaux's Academy, she likes it when the students wear black. Luckily, Queenie has clothes at the ready. No witch worth her salt would have a closet full of bright colors, after all. Add a bit of witch to your wardrobe with Queenie's full black outfit from American Horror Story: Coven. Includes a pair of black jeans from Torrid, a black belt with gold studs, and a black top with shoulder cut outs from Twist Tees.
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$50
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AHS-367 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (4 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 inhumane 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-345 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-97 Freak Show: Gloria Mott's Casino Chip Keychain and Key - The Mott family has a vast fortune and, over the years, they've been wary about outsiders trying to marry in and get their grubby little hands on it. That's why there's been just a tiny bit of incest in the family. So there've been a few psychopaths in the line, here and there. It's been worth it to keep with money safe. Own a piece from the Mott family with Gloria Mott's key and her mother of pearl keychain made from a $1000 casino chip. As seen in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$150
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AHS-325 Roanoke: Elias's Hero Research Files - Study up with Elias's Roanoke research, because education is the best defense against ghostly pigmen! You'll receive studies on the phases of the moon, a Report on Supernatural Occurances by Paranormal Anomalies Center, and old death certificates! You might want to do your homework at your university, and not in a hole in the ground outside of a haunted house.
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$50
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AHS-139 Hotel: Miss Evers's Starch Bottle - Oddly enough, Miss Evers seems to take pride her position as the head maid at the Hotel Cortez. It's stranger still, since she's been filling that role for almost 80 years. But maybe she should be proud. After all, when the guests come to stay, it's important to keep their collars crisp and their bedsheets free of blood. Wait, "their collars crisp"? Remember, she's been doing this a long, long time. Own a fun item from the show with this gold painted starch bottle that Miss Evers used in American Horror Story: Hotel. Comes with an extra lid.
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$50
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AHS-341 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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$50
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AHS-280 Roanoke: Polk Family Metal Snippers - The Polks used these metal snippers for all of their cooking needs, for example, cutting Lee's jeans off her leg so it could be properly basted, seasoned, and tenderized. These shears are a necessary item for any home cook. And they're made for easy, quick, cutting, as Mama Polk demonstrates in Chapter 7. You just flip the latch on the top with one hand and they spring open!
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$50
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AHS-436 Asylum: Dr. Arden's Special Scotch - Dr. Arden has a somewhat diabolical plot to propose to Kit Walker in the ninth episode of Asylum. In order to bring the aliens to Briarcliff for proof of their existence, he wants to kill Kit... you know and then revive him right away. Talk about a deal with the devil. Dr. Arden brings out this special prop bottle of Glenlivet to get Kit used to the idea. Probably a good idea to be leery of anything the good Dr. is offering you to drink, however... you might end up as one of his experiments!
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$150
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AHS-417 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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$250
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AHS-365 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (2 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-13 Coven: Zoe's Cream and Black Lace Sweater - When Zoe was ripped from her old home in tears, she didn't know what to expect. It was terrifying to be told she was a witch and was being taken to live with a coven in New Orleans where she could learn to control her powers. But it didn't take long for her to start thinking of Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies as her new home. Not because the other witches were so welcoming (they weren't), or because she had disliked her old home, but because she could start to feel something awakening inside her the moment she stepped through the gates. Give a new home to this cream and black, lace sweater from French Connection that Zoe wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$350
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AHS-31 Coven: Queenie's Black Top with Ruching - 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.) Enchant your closet with this black top with ruching from Torrid that Queenie wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$25
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AHS-217 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Art Deco Jar Black - 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 black, 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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$275
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AHS-410 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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$250
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AHS-427 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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$50
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AHS-330 Roanoke: Wind Chime - This rusted metal wind chime would be the perfect addition to your home. The soft chimes in an afternoon breeze will soothe your spirit and bring peace to your life. They definitely aren't cursed or carry with them the souls of The Butcher's victims! That would be silly.
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$225
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