A few days ago saw a batch of American Horror Story Season 6 teasers released (watch below), which didn’t offer much in regards to the plot of the sixth season.
Now new set images have hit the net, which may shine the light on what to expect.
TMZ nabbed American Horror Story Season 6 set photos which may suggest the season could be based on the Roanoke Colony, a colony consisting of 115 people started in the year 1590 in North Carolina that disappeared without a trace during the Anglo-Spanish War. To date, it’s not known exactly what happened (there was no sign of a struggle), hence the Roanoke Colony is also referred to as The Lost Colony.
The American Horror Story Season 6 set photos show the word “CROATOAN,” carved into a tree, which was the name of a nearby Indian tribe to the Roanoke Colony, and the word was also found in real life near a tree when it was discovered the colonists were missing.
“American Horror Story” Season 6 premiers Wednesday, September 14th at 10 p.m. ET on FX.
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