The sixth episode of American Horror Story 6 has just been aired and as promised by director Ryan Murphy, the big twist was indeed big where none of the theories about it even came close. And in case you didn’t notice, Evan Peters was there.
A lot of fans have been clamoring to see Evan Peters ever since they’ve noticed that each episode of American Horror Story: Roanoke has something to do with each past season. Thus, a lot of speculations came out that Evan Peters will make an appearance in episode 6 this season and, indeed, he was there.
He was Rory, who took the role of Philippe Mott in the documentary and he is, in fact, Audrey’s (Sarah Paulson) real-life husband. Audrey, on the other hand, turned out to be British. If you think the twist gets murkier and more complicated, then you are right.
Now that Evan Peters has finally made an appearance, let’s go back to the twist which was really worth the wait after weeks and weeks of speculation. Turned out that everybody in the cast was actors and real players on the My Roanoke Nightmare reality show. All of them were forced to live together in the haunted house a la ‘Big Brother.’
While in the house, they were not allowed to use any form of technology except the camera from their deactivated phones. Unknown to all of them, they have been placed in the house for three days the same time the Blood Moon has occurred. This time, according to the legends, is when spirits roam free. The TV show was shot at different times of the year.
As the filming continues, the cast began to realize that what happened to My Roanoke Nightmare was actually true. Then, a title card was shown revealing that all the cast members of that reality show had died – all, except one. What the viewers see was the actual footage of the show, which has never been aired.
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