If you're the type to keep your door unlocked, and appreciate unannounced drop-ins from strangers, it's likely the upcoming season of American Horror Story will get you to revise your policies.

The show, which has been terrorizing audiences through four seasons and across trips to covens, asylums and freak shows, will officially return for a Hotel stay on October 7, FX officially announced today via Twitter. And the release was coupled with an eerie image of an antique peephole bolted into a wooden frame.

But what's on the other side of the door? Let's take a little look...


Okay, so there's a woman, dressed in black, balancing on what looks to be a mattress and box spring. But...what's that she's wrestling with—a limb? A disagreeable pillowcase? Bad room service platter? Guess we'll have to wait and see, but as for now, consider us booked at the bed and breakfast down the street...

The next batch of Horror Story episodes certainly has a lot to live up to. According to TV Guide, FX President John Landgraf has announced that American Horror Story: Freak Show was the most-watched program in the network's history. Welp, guess it's no surprise it racked up 19 Emmy Award nominations, in that case.

Tell us what you think of the poster, and be sure to tune in to the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel this fall!

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