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AHS-178 Hotel: 1920s Director Chairback - When The Countess was a young woman, she traveled to Hollywood, hoping to make a name for herself in Tinseltown. It was there she met and fell in love with the dashing and debonair Rudolph Valentino. (Or at least the fictional, vampire version of Rudolph Valentino presented in the show.) Own a unique piece from American Horror Story: Hotel with this chairback marked "Director" seen in the flashback to the filming of a 1920s silent picture.
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AHS-180 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Match Book - The Hotel Cortez is haunted. And it's not just a little bit haunted either. The ghosts there don't just appear to the guests. They'll talk to them. They'll touch them. Sometimes they'll even sleep with them. And a few very unlucky guests might just end up haunting the halls themselves. Show your love for American Horror Story with this matchbook from the Hotel Cortez.
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AHS-374 Asylum: Wrought Iron Music Stand - In the mid 1960s, Briarcliff Asylum hosted a number of programs designed to help the residents relax into their new lives inside the walls. There was a music program, movie nights, and fieldtrips to Dr. Arden's laboratory where a few lucky patients might be chosen to receive an experimental infusion of deadly diseases designed to help the human race survive a nuclear apocolypse. We recommend sticking with the music program and taking home this wrought iron music stand used in American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$125
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AHS-151 Hotel: Breakaway Thermometer 75.5 - As the years passed and her son remained missing, Dr. Alex Lowe gave up hope that Holden might still be alive. But now she's found him again, and taken him home, and hasn't changed at all. But that's not a good thing. He should have changed a lot over the years. Instead, he still looks exactly the same as the day he disappeared. And he's cold. Cold to the touch. Much too cold. His temperature reads 75.5 degrees. Own a distinctive moment from the show with this glass thermometer that shows a permanent temperature of 75.5. From the special Halloween episode of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$25
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AHS-402 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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$125
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AHS-255 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Tobacco Sign - It was the 1920s. A time when there was never a wrong moment to enjoy a few puffs on the pipe. Light that wet weed to help your supper settle in your stomach before you even leave the table. Take a tug off that tabac while you read a bedtime story to your children -- it'll be relaxing for the both of you. Those loudmouths in the lobby can coddle their cigars. Those boys hanging 'round the corner can sneak their cigarettes. But a real man, like you, packs a pipe. Own a piece of the show with this "Tobacco" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$175
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AHS-322 Roanoke: Matt's Glassess - These Entourage of 7 glasses have no prescription, so maybe Matt just wore them to look smarter. Regardless, it worked. Shelby couldn't keep her hands of him. Comes with a nice case so he could store them safely when making love to his wife or fighting a pigman.
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AHS-213 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Cut Glass Atomizer - The Countess has quite the collection of perfume. It's not surprising. After all, she's well over 100 years old and deodorant only became commonly used in America starting in the 1950s. Own a piece of The Countess's personal stash with this cut glass atomizer with perfume still in the bottle from her penthouse suite in American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$400
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AHS-222 Hotel: Producer Chair Back - Add a little piece of Hollywood to your home with this chairback marked "Producer" that was used on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Now you can be the one to yell "Action." Or "Cut, cut, cut, cut! Slice! Stab!" In actuality, that would be the director, but we wanted to make that "cut" joke, and, besides, some producers are really hands on.
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$100
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AHS-398 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose.
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$100
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AHS-254 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Barber Sign - We absolutely shudder to think what kind of barber they found to work at the Hotel Cortez. Maybe a demon barber? An Addiction Demon barber, that is. Don't worry, he's just going to take off a little around the back. Yikes. Own a curiosity from the show with this "Barber" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$100
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AHS-72 Freak Show: Westmore Vintage Cosmetic Case - If there are tickets sold, then there's a show to put on. It doesn't matter how many people are in the audience -- the performers in Elsa's freak show are entertainers and they're professionals, so they're always gonna give it their best. Get ready for the spotlight with this vintage Westmore cosmetic case from American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$125
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AHS-141 Hotel: Will Drake Zac Posen Eyeglasses - Will Drake runs a successful business, or he used to, before The Countess murdered him. How's he supposed to keep him company in the black when his body's in the grave? Well, his body isn't so much in the grave as it is shoved into a secret room somewhere in the hotel. And the rest of him is free to roam the halls. Hey, maybe this'll work out after all. He just needs to get the board to hold their meetings at the Cortez and he can keep on running things like nothing is wrong. After all, what's death that it should get in the way of profits? Own this pair of Zac Posen eyeglasses Will Drake wore on American Horror Story: Hotel. Lenses are prescription free. Case included.
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$150
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AHS-221 Hotel: Chloe Sevigny Chair Back - When Dr. Alex Lowe let The Countess turn her into a vampire, she gave up her old life, and everything that went with it. And she did it all just for a chance at what she really wanted -- to be with her lost son again. But you don't have to make that kind of sacrifice. You can keep your old life, and everything that goes with it, and just add in this chairback used by Chloe Sevigny while she was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$150
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AHS-268 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Neon "I love you to death" - The Countess isn't above a little wordplay, as demonstrated by this neon sign that hung on the wall of her penthouse suite. "I love you to death." Yes, The Countess loved quite a few people to their deaths. And they loved her, even as she killed them. Own a piece of the show with this neon sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$1,300
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AHS-96 Freak Show: Gloria Mott's Monogrammed Gold Cigarette Case - Gloria Mott knows she spoils her son, Dandy. But he's a delicate boy. He's been so bad lately, though. She knows it isn't really her fault, though. It's just all the unfortunate inbreeding in the bloodline. But, even so, she believes Dandy can be anything he wants to be. He has so much potential. If only he would just give up on killing people all the time. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Freak Show with Gloria's vintage, gold, monogrammed cigarette case from "Elgin American." Includes some light blood splatter, because, after all, Gloria didn't really live to see what her little boy had made of himself, did she?
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$250
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AHS-154 Hotel: Countess' Bernie Madoff Contract - The Countess is a vampire who has lived for over a hundred years. It should come as no surprise that, during that time, she managed to accumulate quite a sizeable amount of wealth. It may come as a bit more of a surprise, though, to learn that she lost the majority of it in the Ponzi scheme run by Bernie Madoff. After all, vampires are only human. Or, at least, they used to be. Own a fun piece of the show with this copy of The Countess's financial contract with Madoff. PLEASE NOTE: Since Bernie Madoff is a real person and The Countess is a fictional character, this is obviously not a real contract. And, though Madoff pled guilty to multiple counts of fraud, and is reported to have cost his clients nearly $65 billion dollars, as far as is known, none of his victims were vampires or any other members of the undead family.
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$100
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AHS-133 John's Bloody Black Button Down - "One more and you'll be free." John has accepted his role as the Ten Commandments Killer and he's just claimed his ninth trophy at a pagan wedding ceremony. Only he doesn't call himself the Ten Commandments Killer. He calls himself "Death". Own this bloody, charcoal plaid button down shirt from Obey that John Lowe wore in Episode 10 of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$125
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AHS-50 Coven: Marie's Green Silk Scarf Dress - Marie Laveau owns and operates a hair salon in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans. She's been in the city a long time. A very long time. Too long, if she's honest. She should've died a long time ago, when she still had a soul. What could the afterlife possible hold for her now, though? No, it's too late for her to die. Better for her to go on living for now. Add a little enchantment to your wardrobe with this green, silk, scarf dress from Advance Apparels that Marie Laveau wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$75
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AHS-262 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Gifts Sign - In the old days, when a man traveled, it was tradition that he bring home gifts for his family from wherever he'd gone. "What did you bring us, daddy? What did you bring us?" We can only imagine the gruesome gifts the Cortez had to offer. Nothing suitable for the kiddies, that's for certain. Own a curiosity from the show with this "Gifts" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$125
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AHS-78 Freak Show: Marjorie's Dress with Hole - Chester Creb is in an unhealthy relationship. With his ventriloquist dummy. Marjorie may be made of wood, but that's not how Chester sees her. And she may depend on Chester for a voice, but he depends on her for everything else. He can't do anything without her. Anything. That's why he's so broken up when he murders her. Own a unique item from the Freak Show with this little, velvet dress that Marjorie wore in the fourth season of American Horror Story. There's a hole in the back, if you want to dress your own dummy in it, but we don't blame you if you're too scared.
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$425
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AHS-408 Sister Jude's '49 license plates - Back in 1949, before Sister Jude found her holy calling, she had the devil of drink inside her, and that devil 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 the license plates from the car that Sister Jude drove during her accident in American Horror Story: Asylum
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$350
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AHS-251 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Stairs Sign - The elevators in the Hotel Cortez don't always work. They're almost as old as the building itself, after all. Oh, and they're haunted. And sometimes the ghosts just like making people walk. They can be mean like that. They can also be mean in other ways. Like strangling guests, or slitting their throats. All in all, the Hotel Cortez must have the worst ghosts in the world. Own a piece of the show with this "Stairs" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$225
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AHS-170 Hotel: Iris Feeding Blender from Room - "Oysters. Full of zinc and B12. Boost your immunity, help your wounds heal faster. And we got you some chicken livers ... kidneys, packed with iron. Get those red blood cells pumping. And, to top it off, a Chateauneuf-du-Pape Grenache blanc ... This is just the thing to get your bodies to absorb all these nutrients." Iris is blending up a sickening smoothie for the young Swedes held prisoner within the hotel. She has to get them ready to be used as cattle for The Countess's little pets. Own a memorable moment from the show with this blender used in the pilot episode of American Horror Story: Hotel. You can even try Iris's recipe, but we wouldn't recommend it.
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$75
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AHS-136 John's Bloody Blue Shirt - "Then along came Sally." Detective John Lowe is starting to remember things. Things he couldn't have forgotten. Not on his own. Not without the hotel's help. What has he done? Wrong question, John. What haven't you done? You've been a busy, busy boy. Own the bloody, blue shirt that John Lowe wears in Episode 8 of American Horror Story: Hotel, when he begins to recount his misdeeds, leaving his partner, and the viewers, dumbstruck.
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$75
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AHS-177 Hotel: 1920s Miss Banky Chairback - When The Countess was a young woman, she traveled to Hollywood, hoping to make a name for herself in Tinseltown. It was there she met and fell in love with the dashing and debonair Rudolph Valentino. (Or at least the fictional, vampire version of Rudolph Valentino presented in the show.) Own a unique piece from American Horror Story: Hotel with this chairback seen in the flashback to the filming of a 1920s silent picture. The chairback is labeled "Miss Banky", after the real-life silent film star, Vilma Banky.
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$50
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AHS-353 Asylum: Rubber Compass Clock - The Monsignor was a man of great belief. Belief in a holy calling. Belief that his calling guided him into a position helping the poor, unfortunate souls of Briarcliff Asylum. Belief that his work there would lead to the deepest desire of his heart -- to be granted an office in Rome. Belief that anything was permissible if it led to the fulfillment of that dream. Even if that included turning a blind eye to barbaric experiments being conducted on the patients by a Nazi war criminal hiding in the institution. Watch the hours creep by on this rubber compass clock from the Monsignor's office in American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$125
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AHS-71 Freak Show: Case with Hand Design for Jimmy - When Jimmy is imprisoned for a set of gruesome murders he didn't commit, the con-man, Stanley, convinces him to cut off his "lobster boy" hands to sell as payment for a lawyer. After Jimmy escapes, Elsa introduces him to the doctor who helped her when she lost her legs back in Germany, and the doctor agrees to make new, wooden hands for Jimmy. A silver lining, perhaps, to the horrible loss, is that the hands can be designed without Jimmy's deformity. But, at Jimmy's request, when the doctor brings the box with the finished product inside, the prosthetics are made to match the way Jimmy's old hands had been. Own a special piece from Freak Show with the carrying case and the designs for Jimmy's new hands. PLEASE NOTE -- The hands themselves are not included.
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$225
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AHS-128 Freak Show: World's Greatest Collection of Oddities Carnival Banner -

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

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AHS-44 Coven: Nan's Black and White Polka Dot Dress - Nan has a crush on the neighbor, but the boy's mother has other ideas for her son. Ideas that involve keeping Nan as far away from him as possible. Nan's never too far, though, since she lives right next door. And she's determined to land her man. Add a little witch love to your closet with this black and white polka dot dress from Forever 21 that Nan wore in American Horror Story: Coven.
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$75
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AHS-385 Asylum: Butcher Paper Cutter and String Spool - The setting of each season of American Horror Story is more than just a backdrop. The story couldn't exist without it. In a way, the era and the location are the story. Asylum is no exception. Every costume, every prop, every light is designed to draw the viewer into the world being created. A horrible world, but a world based on a real time and place in America. Own a piece of the show with this string spool and butcher paper cutter, handmade from metal and wood with an antique appearance, from AHS: Asylum.
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$25
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AHS-259 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Haircuts Sign - The Hotel Cortez isn't the kind of place where you want someone holding scissors near you. James Patrick March's influence is too strong inside the building. One little slip, one quick snip, and you're off to meet your maker. No, not that maker -- the man who made you a ghost. The former owner of the hotel, who still haunts its halls. So, maybe avoid the haircut. And don't even think about springing for the extra shave. Own a curiosity from the show with this "Haircuts" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$175
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AHS-231 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Bathroom Jar with Black Blenders - The Hotel Cortez was built in the mid-1920s. Almost 100 years ago, and it hasn't seen the upkeep it deserves. It's still a magnificent edifice, but its insides are starting to show their age. That flicker of the light isn't just the ghosts -- it's the wiring. And the only thing older than the electrics is the plumbing. Except The Countess. She's older than them both. Own a piece of the show with this jar with black blenders from The Countess's bathroom in the penthouse suite. From American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$125
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AHS-371 Asylum: Porcelain Wash Basin & Pitcher - In Briarcliff Asylum, cleanliness is next to godliness. Judging by the filthy state of the residents, however, it's devilry that has found its place in the institution. Shun all appearance of evil with this porcelain wash basin and pitcher from American Horror Story: Asylum.
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$125
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AHS-297 Roanoke: Sophies's Blue Backpack, Water Bottle and Selfie Stick. - Sophie, the leader of the group of teens dying to go viral, carries this cute and functional backpack through the woods, with her Nalgene water bottle for hydration, with a sticker on it, and black and blue extending selfie stick, for shooting ghosts and car crash victims that are also ghosts.
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$200
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AHS-91 Freak Show: Dandy's Money Clip - If Dandy Mott learned anything from his mother, it's that his family's money can solve almost any problem. Too bad for Dandy that the performer's in Elsa's freak show are used to being dirt poor, and no amount of cash will make them turn on their own. Pocket a piece of American Horror Story with this money clip Dandy Mott used in season four -- Freak Show.
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$100
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AHS-99 Freak Show: Mordrake's Letter Opener and Bloody Poetry and Letters - "If any freak performs on Halloween, they summon the spirit of Edward Mordrake and his demon half-face." Or so the goes the legend that was passed down among freak show performers since the middle 1800s. Could there be more to the story than just some silly superstition? Let's put it this way -- Elsa has a destiny, and she's more than willing to tempt fate to see it fulfilled. Own these unique items from American Horror Story: Freak Show with Edward Mordrake's brass letter opener that is shaped like a swashbuckling sword, along with his bloody sheets of poetry and letters.
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$200
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AHS-74 Freak Show: Ethel's Small Cigar Pack - Being a fading star in a failing freak show in 1952 adds up to a lot of work for very little pay. It used to be a full blown sin city among the tents every night, but, nowadays, Ethel has to pick her vices a little more carefully. Get yourself a memento from the show with this unopened pack of "Ashton Fine Cigars" that Ethel used in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
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$100
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AHS-132 Hotel: John's Black Sweater - Detective John Lowe is closing in on the Ten Commandments Killer. He's gotten inside the murderer's mind. He can almost feel what the killer feels. He's close now. He knows it. Oh, you are close, John. Closer than you'd ever imagine. Own the black sweater John Lowe wore in Episode 8 of American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$275
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AHS-228 Hotel: Romanian Glass Iridescent Decanter Set - There's a secret, clever nod to the origin of the vampire mythology with this beautiful, iridescent decanter set seen in American Horror Story: Hotel. On each of the four, curved rim glasses is a little sticker that says "Made in Romania".
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$550
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AHS-244 Hotel: Honour Thy Father and Thy Mother Trophy - A pair of twin brothers killed their parents to inheret the family fortune. John Lowe disemboweled the brothers and hung them from their bedposts, taking their hearts to be kept as a trophy in the hidden chamber inside the Hotel Cortez. Own an important piece of the show with the Ten Commandment Killer's "Honour Thy Father and Thy Mother" trophy from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$600
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AHS-308 Roanoke: Audrey's Production Phone Cover - Sidney gave Audrey this Vena phone case, black with engraved "Audrey" name tag, to record her experiences during the aptly named "Return to Roanoke: Three Days in Hell" reality tv shoot. The case is in pretty good condition, except for a couple scratches on the name plate, which is shocking considering the number of upclose crying videos that Audrey took of herself.
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$175
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AHS-243 Hotel: Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods Before Me Trophy - John Lowe interrupted a secret, pagan wedding officiated by a priest of "The Lady of the Shadows", slaughtering him along with the bride and groom, and bringing their ears back to the hidden trophy chamber in the Hotel Cortez. Own an important part of the show with the Ten Commandments Killer's "Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods Before Me" trophy from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$300
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AHS-370 Asylum: 1950s Film Projector - In the mid 1960s, Briarcliff Asylum hosted a number of programs designed to help the residents relax into their new lives inside the walls. There was a music program, movie nights, and fieldtrips to Dr. Arden's laboratory where a few lucky patients might be chosen to receive an experimental infusion of deadly diseases designed to help the human race survive a nuclear apocolypse. We recommend sticking with the movie night and taking home this 1950s film projector used in American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE: The projector was gutted by the production team for use in a special effects shot and does not currently work.
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$100
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AHS-249 Hotel: Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Wife Trophy - After learning his partner on the police force had feelings for his wife, John Lowe used an autopsy knife to kill the man then took his phallus and scrotum for the hidden trophy chamber inside the Hotel Cortez. Own an important prop from the show with the Ten Commandments Killer's "Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Wife" trophy from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$1,300
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AHS-162 Hotel: James Patrick March Linen and Knit Monogrammed Handkerchiefs - People say the Hotel Cortez is evil. But it's not the hotel. Not really. It's the owner. The real owner. James Patrick March, the man who built the monstrosity. Within the walls of the Cortez are only his desires. And all his desires are sick and twisted. Own a piece of the show with these monogrammed handkerchiefs carried by J.P. March in American Horror Story: Hotel. Includes one linen and two knit.
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$225
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AHS-247 Hotel: Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep it Holy Trophy - Long before he convinced John Lowe to finish his work as the Ten Commandments Killer, James Patrick Morgan committed murders of his own. Killings that fit his chosen theme. Among his victims were a group of migrant workers, trying to support their families by working on a Sunday. March took their teeth for the hidden trophy chamber he had built in the Hotel Cortez. Own an integral part of the show with the "Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep it Holy" trophy from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$900
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AHS-253 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Florist Sign - Do you need a dozen roses? Or a pocket full of posies? The Hotel Cortez has a florist on staff, ready with bouquets for any occasion. We've heard they specialize in funeral wreaths. Own a piece of the show with this "Florist" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$100
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AHS-248 Hotel: Thou Shalt Not Steal Trophy - An infamous thief was the first victim to be killed by James Patrick March in his string of Ten Commandments themed murders. March took the thief's right hand as a trophy for the hidden chamber inside Room 64 of the Hotel Cortez. Own an important piece of the show with the "Thou Shalt Not Steal" trophy from American Horror Story: Hotel.
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$1,500
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AHS-293 Roanoke: Real Lee's Police Academy Graduation Certificate Frame -

Lee is seen in a photo on an episode of reality tv's "crack'd," being awarded with this framed certificate when she became a police officer. Such a proud moment. If only she hadn't become a drug user/kidnapper/possible murderer. Also, she wasn't very nice to Shelby. An impressive fall from grace, Lee.

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$25
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