Apparently *THIS* Is The Next "American Horror Story" Theme And It’ll Creep You TF Out

2 August 2016, 11:31 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 10:32

AHS Season 6 Theme
Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

Haven't we suffered enough, Ryan Murphy?

Someone's gone sleuthing on the set of "American Horror Story" and we think they've just uncovered the theme of Season 6!

There's been a sneaky theory circulating the internet at the moment about the six new trailers that dropped last week - only one of them is the true theme for the next season. Which one? Who knows? But after you see these brand new pictures of the alleged set, you're gonna be even more confused than when you started reading this article.


According to some sneaky on set pictures obtained by TMZ, the next theme will be centred around Roanoke, a Lost Colony from North Carolina where 117 people vanished without trace in the 1590s. It's been said that the only clue to their whereabouts was the word "CROATOAN" - a nearby Native tribe - carved into bark.


But here's where it gets interesting. Remember when Ryan Murphy said that clues toward theme for Season 6 had been sprinkled throughout the very first season? Well, the new photos link DIRECTLY to a scene where Sarah Paulson's Billie Dean Howard spoke about the exact colony and even referenced the carving of the word "Croatoan" on the tree.



What kind of spooky, scary, twisted storyline is that?! We're sold. Now, because it's apparently going to have two timelines, it just leaves the present day theme and storyline to be revealed which may or may not have anything to do with these leaked pictures from a SECOND set

There's also a leaked cast list doing the rounds on Twitter but it's been debunked already - or has it?

Can we expect those "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" vibes to finally come through onto our screens? We don't like to be kept waiting, Ryan!