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AHS-21 Coven: Zoe's Embroidered Bomber Jacket - Zoe found Spalding tongue, hidden away in a box in his closet and now she's about to find out if she has the power to reattach it. Someone else's magic has already kept it "wet and alive" for the last 40 years, so she's got a head start. Add a little witchcraft to your closet with this embroidered bomber jacket from Top Shop that Zoe wore in Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Coven.
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$550
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AHS-281 Roanoke: Polk Family Tenderizing Forks - Mama Polk deserves her own cooking show. She knows that you can oil up and season a human leg, but it doesn't mean anything if you don't tenderize the meat. Lee has never looked so scrumptious. These two prop forks have rubber prongs, and one is missing the prongs so it looks like it's in Lee's leg for the stunt! Ew...
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AHS-36 Coven: Queenie's Gold Tone Spike Necklace - Queenie really thought that racist, old slave owner, Madame LaLaurie, was starting to learn something. That's why she stuck the woman's disembodied head in front of a television and made her watch Roots. But it didn't work. The woman had no heart. Well, right, she literally had no heart anymore. But she also didn't have a metaphorical heart. Queenie was disappointed, but she should've known better. After all, if being buried alive for 80 years didn't make the woman take a long, hard look inward, there was probably nothing Queenie could do. Add a little magic to your jewelry box with this gold tone, spike necklace that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$150
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AHS-108 Freak Show: Dell's Aqua Velva After Shave and Handkerchief - Dell had to beg for the job, but, once he was boss, it didn't take him long to start shoving his weight around. And, as a former circus strong man, he had a whole lot of weight to shove with. It couldn't all be muscle and intimidation, though. If he really wanted to be the boss and have people respect him, then he had to look the part too. Own a piece of American Horror Story with Dell's Aqua Velva brand aftershave, and his handkerchief, from Freak Show.
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AHS-190 Hotel: Liz Taylor's Books - Liz Taylor's books are an escape for her. Reading takes her away from the hotel and all its horrors. It frees her, for a little while, from the hardships of her life. And it's an escape she introduces her new lover, Tristan, to as well. In fact, it's part of the reason he starts to fall in love with her. Find an escape of your own in this set of books owned by Liz Taylor in American Horror Story: Hotel. Some of the covers were specially made for the show by the Art Department.
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$125
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AHS-80 Freak Show: Ethel's Jewelry Box - Ethel may have a beard, but that doesn't mean she's any less a woman. Being a fading star in a failing freak show in 1952 barely pays the bills, but she's managed to squirrel herself away a few measly little treasures over the years. Find some treasures of your own to fill this jewelry box that Ethel used in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$150
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AHS-163 Hotel: Iris's Glasses - Iris is sick of her job. She only agreed to help run the Cortez so she could be close to her stupid, unappreciative son. She's seen things in this hotel, though. Terrible things. And she's even done some of those things herself. The Countess has demanded an awful price of her over the years. Vampires just aren't nice people. If Iris could really run the place, things sure would be different. Own a piece of the show with these glasses Iris wore in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$250
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AHS-396 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-169 Hotel: Richard Ramirez Bloody Prop Lamp - It's a dead man's party at the Hotel Cortez. And it's only open to the most exclusive members. Well, to be accurate, they're not all men. But they are all dead. And they're all infamous serial killers. Each Halloween, they show up for a chance to torment the living once again. So, whatever you do, stay away from room 64. Own a unique piece of the show with this bloody, rubber, prop lamp used by the ghost of the Nightstalker, Richard Ramirez, in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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AHS-411 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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AHS-265 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Perfumes Sign - Perfume was just beginning to become popular in America in the 1920s. Or maybe it was that the unwashed, teeming masses could finally start to afford it. And just in time too. Because it's gonna take a whole lotta eau de toilette to mask the stench of death that's about to fill the halls of the Hotel Cortez. Own a piece of the show with this "Perfumes" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$150
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AHS-380 Asylum: Copper Top Electric Kettle - We find ourselves in Massachusetts in the early 1960s in the second season of American Horror Story, and, as always, the time and place are key components of the show. Every bit of tension or terror is intertwined with the location and era in which the story is set. Capture a bit of the look and feel on the season with this copper top, electric kettle from AHS: Asylum.
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$75
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AHS-205 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Emergency Exit Room Sign - Let's be honest -- any exit in the Hotel Cortez is an emergency exit when you really think about it. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this emergency exit sign used on the show.
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$300
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AHS-123 Freak Show: Meet the Geek 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 entice the guests to "Meet the Geek" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.

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AHS-332 Roanoke: TV Cricket's Cane - Everything Cricket did, whether it be walking with a cane or holding a seance, he did with style. This walnut cane with silver frog handle won't help you reach the spirit of The Butcher or hit on hot young Uber drivers, but it can't hurt.
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$275
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AHS-40 Coven: Queenie's Animal Self Print Black Dress - 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 animal print black dress with a high low hem from Torrid that Queenie wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-429 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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$75
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AHS-355 Asylum: Sister Jude's Small Whiskey Bottle - Before taking her vows, many long years of Sister Jude's life were spent staring into the bottom of a bottle. She didn't like who the drink made her, but she didn't like who she was without it either. It took a terrible tragedy to get her straight. But, boy, did it work. After all, is there anything straighter than a nun? Well, maybe a nun who doesn't still sneak a drink now and then while she abuses the mental patients entrusted to her care. Own a character defining item from the show with this small whiskey bottle that Sister Jude used in American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$500
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AHS-342 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-10 Coven: Madame LaLaurie's Blood Facial Kit - Madame Delphine LaLaurie tried everything to ward off the signs of aging before she finally found something that seemed to work. It's not entirely clear how she discovered she could use a poultice made from human pancreas, but it must've taken a whole lot of trial and error. Own a defining item from the show with Delphine's blood facial kit from American Horror Story: Coven. Includes two silver bowls and two brushes.
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$450
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AHS-376 Asylum: Olive Wood Bethlehem Cross - "Oh, thank God you're a man of compassion. We called several priests in the area, but they we all in a panic over the news reports. Especially after they published those grim pictures of her." It is well within his normal duties for the Monsignor to visit the local hospital to perform last rites on a dying, disease-ridden woman. Strangling the woman to death himself is a little more out of the ordinary. Of course, the woman turns out to be Shelley, the nymphomaniac from Briarcliff who was one of the patients Dr. Arden was experimenting on, so what was the Monsignor supposed to do? He has to protect the secrets of the institution or he'll never make it to Rome. Own a unique item from American Horror Story: one of the Monsignor's rosaries, complete with a cross made of olive wood from Bethlehem. As seen in Episode 6.
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$275
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AHS-152 Hotel: Countess and Will's Prenup - The Countess only married Will Drake to gain access to his money, and to his ownership of the Hotel Cortez. But, like many men of great wealth, Will wasn't one to be betrothed without a prenuptial agreement. Of course, he was thinking about divorce, not murder. Even so, The Countess wasn't in his will, as his ghost was quick to remind her. Everything was left to Will's son ... who became the legal ward of The Countess upon Will's death. Oops. Own a fun piece of the show with the prenup of Will Drake and The Countess, from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$100
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AHS-309 Roanoke: Milo's Green Backpack and Water Bottle -

Milo was all set for ghost hunting and internet glory with his Trip 20 backpack with GoPro wrist mount and his Nathan blue flexible rubber bottle. Unfortunately he didn't pack some sort of body armor. A mere oversight.

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AHS-114 Freak Show: Chester's Showtime Rouge and Playing Cards - You've gotta be a "freak" to join the freak show, and Chester Creb was just a magician and a ventriloquist. The other performers decided to give him a try anway, though. Little did they know, he'd turn out to be the freakiest of them all. (Whatever happened to him? Did he actually go to jail after he confessed to murdering his ventriloquist dummy?) Own a piece of the Freak Show with Chester's showtime rouge and playing cards from season four of American Horror Story.
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AHS-53 Coven: Marie's Snake Print Jumpsuit and Jacket - When Papa Legba offered Marie Laveau immortality in exchange for a yearly favor, she thought he meant some kinda carnal pleasure. Turned out that wasn't what he had in mind at all. Now Marie Laveau is stuck having to give him the soul of an innocent once every extra birthday she has. And there's no way out of the bargain. Papa Legba's already got her soul, and she's in no hurry to find out what he's done with it. Add a bit of the dark arts to your wardrobe with this snake print jumpsuit and pleather jacket from Xhiliration that the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans wore on American Horror Story: Coven.
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$275
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AHS-347 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-270 Roanoke: TV Butcher's Axe Prop Chest Rig - Poor Mr. Chen, he just wanted to live the American dream with his family, he didn't deserve to have the Butcher throw her knife with tremendous accuracy right into his chest. Thank goodness the prop team was able to make this chest rig so that the actor was safe. They've even removed the knife handle for extra safety for you. But still, poor Mr. Chen. If only he had understood the pants on The Partridge Family more, maybe this whole thing could've been avoided.
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AHS-130 Freak Show: Illustrated Seal 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 "Illustrated Seal" in the fourth season of American Horror Story.
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$600
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AHS-326 Roanoke: Hero File on the Chens - This is Elias's file on the Chens that Shelby looks through in horror when she's learning the history of the house. Includes a family photo, handwritten missing persons reports, and typed up police incident reports. The props department did an amazingly detailed job! Suitable for framing in a tragic collage honoring the creepy story of the Chens!
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AHS-389 Asylum: Short 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 short leather straps from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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AHS-388 Asylum: Medium 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 medium leather straps from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$200
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AHS-98 Freak Show: Jimmy's Vest - 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 reversible charcoal gray/black vest he wore in Freak Show.
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$350
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AHS-206 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Elevator Buttons - The elevators in the Cortez are as haunted as the rest of the hotel. In fact, any time you ride one, there's a good chance there's a ghost standing right next to you. Maybe even helping carry your luggage to your room. You see, there's not much living inside these old walls anymore. What room were you in? 64? Right this way. Own a piece of the Cortez itself with these elevator buttons from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$350
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AHS-157 Hotel: James Patrick March Police File - James March was gonna get away with murder. He'd built a whole hotel of horrors to protect him from the prying eyes of the law. He didn't think about the eyes inside the hotel, though. Now the coppers are busting down his door. Oh well, he's got time for one last kill. Own a piece of the show with the police file of James Patrick March from American Horror Story: Hotel. Includes newspaper articles about the teeth and hand murders.
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AHS-218 Hotel: Countess Assorted Gold Tone Jewelry - The Countess has lived through decades of changing style, always in the full bloom of her youth. She's embraced each new turn of fashion, incorporation it into her look until she developed a style that's all her own. Add a little of The Countess to your jewelry box with this gold tone set from her personal collection. Costume jewelry includes two necklaces, one pair of earrings, one brooch, and a watch.
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$325
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AHS-407 Asylum: Christmas Tree Star Rubber - 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 rubber prop version of the killer Christmas tree star from Episode 8 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$175
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AHS-362 Asylum: Red Vintage Bicycle - Before Sister Jude took up the habit, she had the devil of drink inside her, and it had a thirst that would not be quenched. A late night, a dark road, the squeal of brakes, and a little girl in a blue dress riding a red bicycle drove that devil out forever. Well, maybe not forever. Sister Jude may never forgive herself for that little girl's death, but the devil's getting pretty tired of the guilt. Own a character defining piece of the show with this vintage, red bicycle from American Horror Story: Asylum
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$225
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AHS-86 Freak Show: Dandy's Engraved Glass Baby Bottle - "You can't live on sweets and cognac, Dandy." Dandy's mother has babied him his whole life. Literally. Dandy still drinks out of a bottle. Sure, it's a glass bottle full of liquor, but it still has a nipple. Let's be honest, we're lucky he's even been weaned. Own a character defining item from the show with the glass baby bottle engraved with Dandy's name from Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$425
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AHS-58 Coven: Marie's Royal Blue Jumpsuit - Marie Laveau isn't called the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans for nothing. She's got a whole court full of followers. Or she used to, before that double-crossing witch hunter came into her salon and shot them all. Now she's got no one to turn to but those "white witches" at Miss Robichaux's. She's not gonna beg, though. Not gonna grovel. They need her as much as she needs them. More even. After all, it was her ancestor who first awakened the power in theirs, so long ago in Salem. Add a little voodoo magic to your wardrobe with this royal blue jumpsuit by Vince Camuto that Marie Laveau wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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AHS-357 Asylum: Private Nazi Hunter Large Map - Sister Jude didn't believe it, at first, when one of new female residents of Briarcliff claimed to recognize Dr. Arden from the death camp at Auschwitz. But then it all started to make so much sense. There were patients disappearing. Or dying, without good explanation, in his lab, their bodies disposed of in the Asylum's crematorium before Sister Jude even had a chance to see them. Maybe, just maybe, the crazy woman's claims weren't so insane after all. Fortunately, Sister Jude knows of someone who can help uncover the truth. Own a unique item from the show with this large map that hung on the wall of Sam Goodman, the old Nazi Hunter, in Episode 5 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$150
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AHS-208 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Elevator Arrows - Take the elevator or take the stairs -- either way, you're taking your life into your own hands in the Hotel Cortez. Sure, a ghost might push you down a flight of stairs or two, but you're much more likely to get noticed getting on the elevator. There's no use sneaking around though. They already know you're here. In fact, one of them just handed you your room key. Own a piece of the Cortez itself with these elevator arrows from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$275
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AHS-378 Asylum: Sister Jude's Special Cognac - "A toast, Arthur ... You won. And I've always prided myself on my good sportsmanship." ( Sister Jude gave up drinking a long time ago, when she joined the church. Well, mostly. And, now that she's being forced out of Briarcliff, it seems like a good time to take at least a little step off the wagon. Own a piece of the show with Sister Jude's special cognac from Episode 6 of American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$125
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AHS-235 Hotel: Countess Etched Starburst Small Pitcher - Why is so much of what The Countess owns made of glass? Perhaps it's because glass retains it beauty with age, like The Countess herself. Or it maybe be that glass reminds her of her victims -- perfect in their purpose, but oh so easy to break. Own a piece from The Countess's collection with this small barware pitcher with a starburst etching from her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez.
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AHS-147 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Coasters - Liz Taylor works the bar of the Hotel Cortez. She has other jobs too, but that one's her favorite. Maybe that's why she chooses to meet her son there when the time has finally come to reconnect. Only she's not sure she has the heart to reveal that she's his father. Not yet. Let him get to know her a little better first. Own a piece of the show with these Hotel Cortez coasters used in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$175
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AHS-4 Coven: Misty's Yellow 8 Track Player - "Who sings this?" When she visits Misty in the swamp, Zoe doesn't recognize the music that's filling the little shack. "Who sings this? Fleetwood Mac! Stevie Nicks is my hero ... It's Stevie Nicks! 'The White Witch.' The only witch before you I've ever known." Own a extra special item from the show with Misty's vintage, yellow, JC Penney 8-Track player from Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Coven. You don't have to listen to Fleetwood Mac on it like Misty did, but why wouldn't you?
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$550
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AHS-173 Hotel: Rubber Vintage Fire Extinguisher - When it's time to bash someone's head in, there's nothing like a handy fire extinguisher. Sure, there's always the fire axe too, but that's so ... done. Own a piece of the show with this rubber vintage fire extinguisher from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$100
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AHS-5 Coven: Cordelia's Bag - Cordelia is happy with her plants and potions, teaching her handful of students at Miss Robichaux's. Until her mother, the coven's powerful Supreme, shows up, that is. Then the quiet little life she's made for herself becomes all clamor and combat. Fortunately, Cordelia is not without abilities of her own. Stash your stuff in Cordelia's bag from American Horror Story: Coven. Includes little spells and potion bottles.
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$650
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AHS-416 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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$200
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AHS-295 Roanoke: Sophie's Green Helmet and Head Lamp - Sophie's green helmet by Bern, with various stickers and a GoPro attachment on it (GoPro not included), and working Black Diamond head lamp, gave her the courage to run through the woods looking for ghosts and not worry about head injuries. She should've worried about stomach injuries.
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$150
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AHS-264 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Cigarettes Sign - No self-respecting hotel of the 1920s would even dare to open its doors without being able to provide their guests with a good smoke. No Dapper Dan, no Jaunty Joan, would be caught dead without a cigarette between their lips. Indeed, the owner of the Hotel Cortez, that horrible host, James Patrick March, was known to light the old leaf himself quite frequently. Own a curiosity from the set with this "Cigarettes" sign seen in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$225
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