In line with FX's "American Horror Story: Roanoke" season 6 episode 6, details have surfaced and as per reports, the events in the episode were just a hoax.
The audience had been presented in what seems to be a fake documentary show, according to Inquisitr. As per the publication, this includes dramatic reenactments and false representations of what it claims as a real story. It is added that Cuba Gooding Jr., Sarah Paulson, and Angela Bassett managed to get off the land and finally secure peace.
According to the report, the show presents the content in an entirely different fashion, as evidenced by Cheyenne Jackson's entrance and his ambush interview crew. In addition, the whole season might just be toying with a footage filming approach while blending it with the standard material.
Moreover, episode 6 follows a series of "faux" episodes that have infiltrated the fictional realm, which leaves people with no choice but to go to the cursed Roanoke home and search for pieces of evidence that ghosts are real. Also, Shelby and Matt may be experience consumer's remorse, as they seem to want their money back after they bought the house on impulse.
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In episode 5, the Millers managed to cope with Tomasyn and her crew, as per Universiy Herald. According to the publication, the episode featured the origins of the Roanoke home. It is added that Mott had a pivotal role to help the Millers from Tomasyn; as per the report, his spirit guided them to safety. While they managed to escape, they were abducted by the Polks in the woods and brought them again to Tomasyn.
"American Horror Story: Roanoke" airs every Wednesday a 10:00 p.m. on FX.
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