The first teaser above brings the real-life fears of executive producer Ryan Murphy to life. "It's incredibly terrifying because [this season] plays on fears that I have, which is people being under my hotel bed," the showrunner confessed to ETonline last month. "I've always been freaked out by that."
Murphy spilled that shooting this season of AHS has actually intensified his fears, rather than helping him to conquer them. "It's made it worse!" he said.
"We're shooting a scene where somebody literally comes out of a mattress. So that's been terrifying," he spilled with an excited smile. "We built a mattress that somebody has been sewed into, and is not dead so [expect] things like that."
In the next 15-second teaser, "Towhead," an army of incredibly pale blonde children are shuffling up and down a dingy staircase. We're thinking they could be some of the blood-drinking tots The Countess collects.
And last, but certainly not least, "Jeepers Peepers" gives fans a look at the hotel's room 64, which has been revealed to be the room of Evan Peters' Mr. James March, the charming murderous psychopath who built the hotel in the 1930s.
American Horror Story: Hotel premieres Wednesday, Oct. 7 on FX.
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