The search for Flora continues as the situation grows more and more dire. The Millers talk to a paranormal expert to help them with their problem.

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The search for Flora begins and lee begins to face more troubles than before. Clues lead Shelby, Matt, and lee to a farm where they discover a horrid site. A medium attempts to help Lee find Flora, but instead contacts a darker spirit from the 1500's.

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American Horror Story: The Piggy Man Connection in Roanoke and Murder House?
8 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Season 6 of American Horror Story is still going strong. It may or may not relate to a previous season, we are asking ourselves many questions, that seem like they will lead to satisfying scary answers, and the show is certainly making up for the last lackluster season. The best way I can describe chapter 3 of American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare is a mixture of The Blair Witch Project meets Amityville, and to me that is a well-blended mix of scares, fun, and thrills.

Chapter 3 really digs into the whole horrifying history of Roanoke. Everything from torture, human sacrifice, a possible Devil worshipping colony, Kathy Bates kickin' a$$, and taking a bite out of a beating heart! Also, in this episode our lead characters talk about how they are done with all this sh*t and they want answers. They try to seek answers and meet someone who is willing to help. However, no one is done with all this sh*t until Kathy Bates says so. Kathy Bates really does know how to play a crazy b*tch! And I mean that in the most respectful way possible.

So far, I have loved every second of this season. On the other hand, I do have one small complaint. The director, Jennifer Lynch has striking visuals, and has directed very well. However, some of the dark scenes in the woods are too dark. Meaning it was hard to see visually everything going on. I know that adds to the tone of the show, but many of the scenes in the woods come off just a little jumbled.

So these are my final B*tchin' Buddha thoughts on Chapter 3 of American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare. The series is still going strong and really is raising a lot of eyebrows, questions, and story details. The story is revealing itself slowly and with drama. It is packed with a ton of power, back-story, and tension. I believe American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare Chapter 3 earns a…

8 out of 10!

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