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AHS-437 Asylum: Salvation Army Donation Topper - "There is no God, but there is a Santa Claus!" Leigh Emerson sure is one bad Santa! The eighth episode of Asylum "Unholy Night" kick off with Leigh killing a Salvation Army Santa ringing for donations in front of a supermarket on Christmas eve. This is the large wooden donation tin topper that marks the beginning of a bloody Christmas massacre which would repeat itself years later at the Briarcliff Institution. Happy Holidays!
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AHS-400 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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$75
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AHS-384 Asylum: Alien Plaster Footprint - "They were here. The creatures you told me about. The little green men. Except, of course, they're not green, are they, Mr. Walker?" Dr. Arden has something to show Kit. Something he found down in the dark, in the tunnels beneath Briarcliff. Have a close encounter with this plaster cast that Dr. Arden took of the alien footprints in Episode 9 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-34 Coven: Queenie's Black Sparkly Crochet Sweater - Queenie feels like a bit of an outcast at Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies. It's only gotten worse since Zoe arrived. Because now that Madison has Zoe to antagonize, she doesn't even bother to pick on Queenie anymore -- she just ignores her. And Nan has become obsessed with the neighbor boy. Queenie's tired of having to watch her thoughts around the clairvoyant anyway. When Queenie becomes the new Supreme, things are gonna be different around the school, that's for sure. And she will be the next Supreme. She can feel her powers growing, and changing. Add a little magic to your wardrobe with this sparkly, black, crochet sweater from Lane Bryant that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-233 Hotel: Countess' Silver Plated Coffee Pot - The Countess is over 100 years old, but she shows no sign of her years. There are clues to her advanced age, however. She may be immune, but not everything can hide the passage of time. And, as much as The Countess likes to surround herself with new things, there are others that she has owned for longer than anyone would guess. Own a piece from The Countess's collection with this tarnished, silver plated coffee pot seen in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-66 Freak Show: Dandy's Blue V-neck Sweater - "I'm not an escape artist -- I'm a song and dance man!" Dandy's mother told him he could be anything he wanted to be. In the end, the "freaks" taught him a different lesson. Own a piece of American Horror Story with this blue, silk and cotton, v-neck sweater from Brooks Brothers that Dandy Mott wore in Freak Show.
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AHS-256 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Mercery Sign - For those who are unfamiliar with the term, "mercery" is the word for goods sold by a mercer. In other words, back in the 1920s the Hotel Cortez used to have a dealer in fabrics and fine cloths who worked on the premises. Nowadays, we have to settle for stealing a bathrobe from the room. Own a curiosity from the show with this "Mercery" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-165 Hotel: Alex Lowe's Penguin Sunglasses - Doctor Alex Lowe had a carefree and fulfilling life before he son went missing. Now that she's found him again, she wants it all back. But is the price too much to pay? And can The Countess be trusted? Add a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel to your look with these stylish, yellow sunglasses with square frames by Penguin that Alex wore on the show.
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AHS-232 Hotel: Countess' Glass Tray - So much of what The Countess owns is made of glass. There's something so pure about glass. So simple. Untainted. So different than The Countess. Glass is meant to be seen through. It has no purpose in the dark. Own a piece from The Countess's collection with this glass tray seen in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-395 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-135 John's Chambrey Blue Button Down - It's been hard for John these last few years, ever since his son went missing. He's just been kind of floating, through his job, his marriage, every aspect of his life. Looking back, he can't even really remember what he's been doing. There are a lot of blank spots. Nothingness. Just darkness. Deep, inky darkness. Swirling, insane darkness. Uh oh, John. What have you been doing? Own this blue, chambray, button down shirt that John Lowe wore in Episodes 7 and 8 of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-348 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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AHS-24 Coven: Kyle's Blue Sweater - After Madison and Zoe try and fail to resurrect Kyle, it's Misty Day who brings him back to life. And it's Misty Day who cares for him, at first, trying to help him readjust to the land of the living. Kyle doesn't want what Misty has to offer, though. And he doesn't want much from Madison either. Zoe's the only one who can truly comfort him. The only one who has a chance to make him whole again. Well, at least until Fiona fixes him with a simple wave of her hand, but that's neither here nor there. Add an item from the resurrected boy to your closet with this blue sweater from H&M that Kyle wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-212 Hotel:Countess Penthouse Cut Glass Perfume Bottle - The older The Countess grows, the more she likes new things. But she doesn't forget the past. No, the past is what made her who she is. She always keeps a piece of it with her. Keep a piece of The Countess with you with this cut glass perfume bottle from her penthouse suite in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-14 Coven: Zoe's Embroidered Sweatshirt - When Zoe arrived at Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, she didn't know what to expect. But at least she would be away from the horror of back home, where she'd accidentally killed her boyfriend with her powers. Maybe in the coven in New Orleans she'd find a way to forget the death and all the blood. Right? Poor, Zoe. She hasn't seen anything yet. Cast a little spell on your wardrobe with this embroidered sweatshirt by Kelly Wearstler that Zoe wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-250 Hotel: Thou Shalt Not Kill Stand Only - The Countess, dying, attempts to flee the Hotel Cortez, fearing her spirit will be doomed to wander there for eternity if she can't escape before the darkness takes her. John Lowe couldn't care less. He empties his gun into her already bullet ridden body, killing her before she can reach the door, and completing the Ten Commandments murders in the process. He brings her head as a trophy for the chamber, finishing the work started by J.P. March so long ago. Own an important part of the show with the "Thou Shalt Not Kill" trophy stand from American Horror Story: Hotel. PLEASE NOTE -- This is the stand only. The Countess's head is not included.
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AHS-263 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Shave Sign - Your friends will be on the edges of their seats when you start to tell them about your close shave at the Hotel Cortez. Though they'll probably sit back again when they realize you're talking about your stubble-free chin. Own a curiosity from the set of American Horror Story with this "Shave" sign from the Hotel Cortez.
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AHS-6 Coven: Garnet Ring - A hundred years ago, Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies was filled to compacity. They had to turn prospective students away back then. Now the enrollment has dwindled down to four simple students, and even those are starting to die off. It's all Fiona's fault. She's a failure at being the Supreme. Hopefully Cordelia and the others can find a way to depose her (and dispose of her) before it's too late. Add a little witchiness to your jewelry box with this gorgeous garnet ring from American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-56 Coven: Marie's Tropical Print Jump Suit - Marie Laveau thought the rules were clear. She stays away from those white witches up at their witch school and they stay away from her. But now their stuck-up Supreme is starting to get into her business, and the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans has to decide what she wants to do about it. Add a little magic to your wardrobe with this strapless jump suit with a tropical print from Symphony that Marie Laveau wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-375 Asylum: Trick or Treat Bags - "Lois, don't! You don't know who's out there!" Wendy's scared. She's invited a few friends 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." Open your door to these trick or treat bags used by the children in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Includes 2 large paper bags with handles created by the AHS art deparment.
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AHS-323 Roanoke: Dominic's Sunglassess - Dominic's an actor looking to star in his own TV show. He has to look great at all times, whether sleeping with a married woman or going to PaleyFest. He always looked sharp in these silver aviator sun glasses from O- let! vbxA
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AHS-401 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-48 Coven: Marie's Black Jumpsuit - Marie Laveau's voodoo took a dark turn a long time ago. Ever since she traded her soul to Papa Legba for a little taste of immortality. Now she's all anger and bitterness. That's to be expected. She doesn't have a soul anymore, after all. Keep your soul and add a little magic to your wardrobe with this black jumpsuit with a drape front and tie from Ya that Marie Laveau wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-19 Asylum: Leo's Pre-Death Outfit - Leo Morrison and his girlfriend snuck into the old, abandoned Briarcliff Asylum for a little adventure. His girlfriend was kind of a horror freak. Leo only went along for the ride. And, hopefully, a "ride." Once he was inside, though, he found the asylum quite ... disarming. Add a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum to your closet with the outfit Leo wore on the show ... before he was killed.
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AHS-75 Freak Show: Ethel's Lemon Squeezer - Ethel is a busy woman. Too busy. Always busy. She's just supposed to be the bearded lady, but over the years she's become a sort of right hand woman to Elsa, and to everyone else too, if she's honest. She does a little bit of everything there is to do around the joint. She even does a lot of the cooking, and she ain't even sure she's all that good at it. Everyone's gotten used to it by now, though, so they won't complain. Own a piece of American Horror Story with this vintage "Ritter Citro" lemon squeezer that Ethel used in Freak Show.
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AHS-70 Freak Show: Ma Petite's Violin - Ma Petite may have played a little violin on the show, but she wasn't one to cry or complain. In fact, she might just be the happiest character to ever appear in a season of American Horror Story. Own a unique piece from this rare joyful character with the violin sized just for her that she played in Freak Show.
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AHS-278 Roanoke: TV Nurses' Rat Poison and Rolled Oats Tin - The Art Department created both of these 80's style props for the nurse sisters to create a deadly breakfast for poor Eunice, the E in MURDE.
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AHS-171 Hotel: Vendela's Ice Pick - Agnetha and Vendela have been sooo bored. They've had absolutely nothing to do since they died. All they wanted was to visit an amusement park, maybe see a celebrity or two. Now they're gonna have to find some amusement of their own, inside the Cortez. Maybe they should try a pastime the other ghosts seem to enjoy -- murdering the guests. Own a piece of the show with this ice pick Vendela uses in Episode 6 of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-102 Freak Show: Mordrake's Dagger - "No freak performs on Halloween. Any idiot knows that." If they do, the cursed spirit of Edward Mordrake will claim one of their own. Elsa doesn't consider herself a freak, though, and she thinks Mordrake, the is "simply a superstition." In the past, she's let the rest of the performers have their way, but this year there's to be a Hollywood man in the audience, and Elsa isn't about to let another chance to be a star pass her by. Own a definitive piece of American Horror Story: Freak Show with the dagger Mordrake used to claim the souls of the chosen.
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AHS-64 Coven: Cecily Pembroke's Hat - The council has come to Miss Robichaux's Academy to judge how well the school is being run. Luckily, Fiona is there, because at least two members of the council are still easily swayed by the will of the Supreme. Myrtle Snow may be looking for a reason to cause trouble, but Quentin Fleming and Cecily Pembroke know their place, and are more than happy to let Fiona rule the coven's roost. Own a piece of the show to your wardrobe with the hat Cecily Pembroke wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-335 Roanoke: Prop Double Bit Axe - Elias isn't going to be known as just the nerdy study type. He gets in the fray and saves Shelby and Matt from the Pig Man with this axe! It's just a prop though, you'll have to find another weapon to kill the ghostly swine in your house. Best of luck.
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AHS-287 Roanoke: TV Shelby's Rigged Iron Frying Pan - This heavy duty skillet has a rig base drilled into the bottom for the knife to sit straight up in. When Shelby returns to the kitchen she finds the knife sticking vertically into the meat in the pan, and assumes Lee did it as a prank, because Lee seems like a fun-loving person who plays pranks. Oh, Shelby.
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AHS-17 Coven: Zoe's Distressed Grey Sweater - Zoe's finally starting to find her place at Miss Robichaux's Academy. She's made a good frenemy in Madison, and she really likes Nan and Queenie. Well, she really likes Nan. Queenie won't let anyone like her too much. And Zoe respects and admires Cordelia. Cordelia's mother, Fiona? Not so much. That's one witch that definitely can't be trusted. Make new friends and fight off zombies in this distressed grey sweater that Zoe wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$275
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AHS-67 Freak Show: Jimmy's Blue Shirt - Jimmy just wants people to treat him and the rest of the "freaks" like they were no different than anybody else. Or maybe he wants everyone to be treated the same even if they are different. Either way, he's gonna try to make it happen. But he's no leader. Never claimed to be, never wanted to be. Follow Jimmy's lead and make room in your closet for this blue Van Husen shirt seen in Episode 3 of Freak Show.
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$375
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AHS-30 Coven: Queenie's Leopard Sunset T-shirt - Queenie knows black is the traditional shade for witches. And she's expected to wear it even more often now that Fiona's back. But a girl needs a little splash of color in her outfit once in a while. Like anyone's really gonna notice what she's wearing anyway. The other witches at Miss Robichaux's Academy pretty much ignore her. Unless they need something. Well, Queenie needs a little color. So they can deal. Add a bit of magic to your wardrobe with this leopard sunset T-shirt from Torrid that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$25
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AHS-286 Roanoke: Polk Family Spice Basket - The Polks have this shabby chic basket that they carry their seasonings in when making some good old fashioned bbq (out of humans of course). We've thrown in an extra seasoning jar and an extra ear pickling jar, and a prop rubber pronged meat tenderizer, so you can get cookin'.
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AHS-45 Coven: Nan's White Crocheted top - Nan is sick of always hearing what people are thinking. She's tired of seeing the truth when they lie. Sometimes she wishes they'd all just shut up. Now that she's gaining other, new powers, maybe she should make them be quiet. Show your love for Nan and American Horror Story: Coven with this sleeveless, white, crocheted top with a black collar from Lilli's Closet that she wore on the show.
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$75
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AHS-234 Hotel: Countess Cut Glass Paperweight - The penthouse suite of the Hotel Cortez is The Countess's home. And it has been for a very long time. Not even Miss Evers could clean up the blood that's been spilled there over the years -- and she's had a lot of practice. Own a unique item from the collection of The Countess with this cut glass paperweight, complete with blood on the bottom, from her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez.
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AHS-229 Hotel: Farber Bros. Amber Cocktail and Decanter Set - Blood and wine. They're The Countess's bread and butter. A sip of one, a swig of the other, and she's feeling full and fine. It's life's little pleasures that are the most satisfying, after all. Own a piece of The Countess's private collection with this amber cocktail and decanter set by Farber Bros. From American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-161 Hotel: James Patrick March Linen and Knit Monogrammed Handkerchiefs - Some might call James Patrick March a visionary. Some might call him a madman. Just don't call him late for murder. When J.P. March died, he left some very important business unfinished. And he's going to do whatever it takes to see his plans through to their end. Own a piece of the show with these monogrammed handkerchiefs carried by James Patrick March in American Horror Story: Hotel. Includes one linen and two knit.
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AHS-186 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Room Info Sign - Be careful when you check into the Hotel Cortez. The room you're staying in might have a naked, diseased lunatic sewn into the mattress. Or maybe it used to be the office of the crazed, murderous owner of the hotel, J.P. March. One thing's for sure -- no one's going to tell you. You're just going to have to wait and find out on your own. Own a piece of the show with this room info sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$125
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AHS-292 Roanoke: TV Cricket's Green Candle - Cricket, the tiny but talented psychic, uses this candle in a seance to speak to The Butcher and try to get back Flora. Needless to say, The Butcher doesn't cooperate and Cricket is quickly back to his other pasttime, hitting on younger Uber drivers. Has two drops of fake blood from when Cricket pricked his finger onto it!
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AHS-368 Asylum: Rubber ashtray - Briarcliff Asylum is equipped with all the latest amenities proven throughout history (or at least the history of film and television) to help 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, so the residents can shake them 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 rubber ashtray used on the show.
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AHS-210 Hotel: Countess Oxidized Glass Urn with Lid - The Countess has embraced each new decade as it came. Though she liked the seventies most of all. And each change in the world outside brought new things. Always sort of the same, but always a little different. Own an item from The Countess's collection with this oxidized glass urn with a lid and an elegant floral design from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$325
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AHS-159 Hotel: James Patrick March Acid Gloves - James Patrick March has a certain genius for murder. Is it really fair to call it "genius", though, when it seems like f the time he's just doing whatever pops into his head? Some things, though, take a little more planning. Like the Cortez itself. Hotels don't normally have secret chutes that lead to hidden chambers to dispose of bodies. And no one just has barrels of acid sitting around for no reason. Own a piece of the show with this pair of James Patrick March's acid gloves from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$200
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AHS-352 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-202 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Room Info Sign - Here are a few things you might need to know about your room at the Hotel Cortez -- Nothing good has ever happened here. Get out while you can. Too late. You're dead. For any other information, please check the room guide. Own a piece of the show with this room info sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$175
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AHS-418 Asylum: Vintage Board Game Collection - 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 set of vintage board games from American Horror Story: Asylum. Includes a box of vintage double six Dominoes, Scrabble from 1953, and a 1956 version of Clue. We solved the mystery: Dr. Arden did it in the basement lab with a surgical knife.
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$100
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AHS-184 Hotel: Little Women Paperbook - "All right, you ready to read? It's almost bedtime." In the pilot episode of American Horror Story: Hotel, Detective John Lowe has just settled down to read a bedtime story to his daughter over the phone when he's interrupted by a call to a murder scene. He's soon to realize it's the latest in a string of killings committed by the man who will come to be known as the Ten Commandments Killer. It'll take him much longer to realize exactly who that killer is, and why his handiwork is so recognizable. Own a unique piece from American Horror Story: Hotel with this paperback copy of Little Women with a cover created by the show's Art Department.
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$75
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AHS-318 Roanoke: TV Matt's Wedding Ring - Matt and Shelby's love for one for the ages, except when it came to witches in the woods. Maybe Matt slipped this size 10 Tungsten Carbide costume ring in his pocket for those times. He could've stored it in the accompanying black box!
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$75
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