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First Five Minutes of 'American Horror Story' Already Claim Victims

October 1, 2011, 2:35 am GMT

A boy entering the spooky house in the new drama is left bloody in the basement, while his brother is about to be attacked by a creepy figure.



The first five minutes of "American Horror Story" have been shared online via AOL TV, giving a sneak peek of the terror that will surround the show. It begins with twin boys exploring a haunted house although they have been warned by a little girl that those who get in there don't tend to come out alive.

The two boys destruct things inside the house before they enter the basement, where they see some body parts kept in jars. After they briefly separate, one of them finds his brother dying with a cut on his throat. The other boy is in danger as well since a mysterious figure with bloody clothes is about to attack him.

Years later, The Harmons move from Boston to the house in San Francisco as an attempt to rebuild their relationship after a miscarriage and affair, without knowing that the place is haunted. Created by Ryan Murphy, the drama series will debut Wednesday, October 5 at 10 P.M. on FX.



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