American Horror Story: Apocalypse may have already came to its season eight conclusion, but it appears that while some of the witches will be making their way back onto screens in the near future. Surprise, b*tch!
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on a red carpet recently, creator Ryan Murphy has revealed that fans WILL be seeing more of the Coven witches, although it might not be straight away in season nine – it will be happening in the future.
Surprise, b*tch! The coven survived #AHSApocalypse, and @MrRPMurphy confirms our faves will be back for another season! Bring back our girls, @MsSarahPaulson and @RobertsEmma. 😭 pic.twitter.com/4LTTJ96au9
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) December 5, 2018
He said: “The witches will be back. Not next season, though, but we have something really fun planned.”
The couple who currently live in the American Horror Story ‘Murder House’ are suing the realtor and former owners. They claim that they should have been told about the house’s past.
Ernst Von Schwarz and his wife, Angela Oakenfold, spoke to CBS about their issues with the house, explaining that they are ‘plagued’ by crazed fans. Ernst said: “We feel like they cheated us.”
Their lawyer said: “A week before I first visited them [to work on the case], they had been awakened by the sound of glass breaking — someone came in through the window in the kitchen”.
The Rosenheim Mansion in Los Angeles was bought by the couple in 2015 for $3.2 million.
They’re suing for unspecified damages, and also want approval to build a bigger fence or hedge to give them more privacy.
Angela explained that during one incident, teenagers got a garbage truck driver to give them a boost over the current fence: “He put them in the crane and elevated it. And I’m in the bathroom and I look out the window and there are teenage girls screaming at me.”
Not only are they having issues with people breaking in and tresspassing ‘on a weekly basis’, they’re also apparently plagued by ghosts. The lawyer added: “The seller and brokers failed to mention the house was haunted by two ghosts, a point that was not included in the complaint.”