As much as it's known for its odd humor and gore-soaked set pieces, FX's hit horror television series, American Horror Story, is just as notorious for its grotesquely convoluted storytelling and shocking, soap-opera-style plot twists. Fans of AHS are definitely used to being surprised, but when it comes to behind-the-scenes trivia, even loyal viewers might not know the whole story. Regarded as one of the best horror TV series of all time, American Horror story requires a dedicated, intelligent viewer. How much do you really know about American Horror Story? What are the most surprising BTS facts and American Horror Story Easter eggs?
Which American Horror Story characters were inspired by real people? Wasn't that song you just heard in a different movie you once saw, or are you just slowly losing your mind? What other plans to series creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have in store? Never fear - we're here to assist you with these, and plenty of other important American Horror Story facts you never knew you needed to know.
From fun facts about the cast and life on the American Horror Story set, to casting choices that fell through (for better or worse) there's plenty of AHS trivia for fans of the TV show to nerd over. Read through the list below and be sure to vote for the most surprising tidbits about your favorite creepy series, American Horror Story.
James Cromwell's Son Played Him In A Flashback Scene
All Of The School Shooting Victims From Murder House Have Something In Common
Naomi Grossman Was Once Kicked Off The Set Accidentally
Kathy Bates's Baltimore Accent In Freak Show Was So Difficult She Had To Speak That Way At All Times
Kathy Bates gets all the difficult accents in American Horror Story. A New Orleans drawl in Coven, a Baltimore accent in Freak Show, and her crazy old world accent and dialogue in Roanoke. The Baltimore accent in Freak Show was by far the hardest to be consistent with. As a result, Bates would speak with the accent outside of the set as well while filming commenced.