‘American Horror Story’ Season 6 Theories: Who Will Die In Episode 8? Sneak-Peek Video Teases More Bloodshed

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Things are heating up on Season 6 of “American Horror Story.” Participants in Sidney’s faux reality show “Return to Roanoke” are dropping like flies, and it seems it won’t be long before viewers learn who the one and only survivor will be.
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