Sep 23, 2016 12:00 AM EDT | By LA Zamora
"American Horror Story" season 6 has just finished its second episode but it seems like the viewers are the ones having a hard time wrapping the story around their heads. "American Horror Story" season 6 episode 2 still went with the Roanoke theme. Will that be the same central theme for the rest of the remaining episodes?
The creepy house in "American Horror Story" season 6 seems to have a magnet that pulls its residents in no matter how horrible things happen inside. Of course, having a big, haunted house full of mysteries is a common point in horror stories, but "American Horror Story" gave it scary boosters.
Human sacrifices are just one of the disturbing things surrounding the house in "American Horror Story" season 6. Aside from the horrible sightings of human roasted as pigs, ghost nurses and icky pigs that made their appearance to spread horror in AHS. Shelby is the latest victim in the ending of "American Horror Story" season 6 episode 2, as she was screaming her head off in the woods.
Kathy Bates reprises her scary role as the tribe leader and tows Lady Gaga behind her as a not so scary side-kick who looks more like a nymph than a demonic creature. Shelby gets to see the onset of a human pig-roast which is a very valid reason for her to scream her head off.
The viewers are wondering what could be next in "American Horror Story" season 6. Will Matt and Shelby finally come to their senses and realize that living in that Roanoke house is a terrible decision? If that would happen in AHS season 6 episode 3, the previous reports that there could be sub-series within the series could be true.
However, even if Shelby and Matt decide to stay in that haunted Roanoke house, there may still be a possibility of inserting another story within their story. For what it's worth, Shelby and Mike might still stand by their theory that hillbillies responsible for the scary happenings. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "American Horror Story" season 6 spoilers and updates!
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