Murder house american horror story
Estamos a mitad de octubre, y eso significa una cosa: el momento de entregarse a las historias de miedo ha llegado. Claro que algunas personas creen que Halloween consiste en disfrazarse y salir de fiesta con los amigos -y por supuesto que lo es-, pero para un grupo especial de devotos del 31 de octubre (¡yo!), el verdadero objetivo de la festividad es asustarse a uno mismo y a los demás. Y los latinos saben que no hay nada que guste más a la comunidad que una buena historia de fantasmas. ¿Quién no tiene un tío que nos obsequie con espeluznantes relatos de fantasmas y demonios que se aprovechan de las almas desprevenidas?
Pero toda buena historia de fantasmas necesita una casa encantada que la acompañe. Desde espíritus de brujas masacradas hasta espectros de poetas torturados, en América Latina no faltan casas espeluznantes que visitar y que le harán cuestionar sus creencias. Sin embargo, hay algunos lugares con historias tan espeluznantes que destacan sobre el resto. Así que saque su rosario o reserve su próxima limpieza, porque puede que la necesite después de leer esta lista de casas encantadas en Latinoamérica.
Tate has a grunge look, appropriate for a ’90s teenager. Like his musical idol, Kurt Cobain, he looks like a tired kid. He is an attractive young man, with curly dark blond hair, a square jaw, intense dark brown eyes and a charming smile.
Although he can become very charismatic and likeable, Tate has a manipulative nature, like most psychopaths. He hates his mother, Constance, for the neglect and verbal abuse he received from her during his alcoholic outbursts. Despite her disapproval, Constance often makes excuses for him, calling him a “sensitive boy.” Tate can quickly become enraged when someone or something he cares about is threatened. For those unfamiliar with his past, Tate pretends to ignore them in his current state of existence. In truth, he is aware that he is a ghost, but fears rejection if it becomes known, especially from Violet.
During the second meeting with Ben, Ben realizes that Tate has not been taking his medication. Ben tells him that if he considers him a threat to society he needs to report him to the police, but he hasn’t done so yet. He tells him that everyone can get better, which is why Tate has a lot of psychological problems that he’s not dealing with. Ben suggests that one of them might be fear of rejection by his father, who abandoned him. Tate responds that he didn’t take the medication for fear that his ‘big dick’ wouldn’t work and that he had met someone.
a house possessed by its former inhabitants. The second, titled American Horror Story: Asylum, takes place in 1964 and tells the story of the residents of a psychiatric hospital. The third season, American Horror Story: Coven,
airs on the FX television channel in the United States.Season 1:The first season, retitled ‘American Horror Story: Murder House is about infidelity. The story takes place in 2011 and follows the Harmon family: Ben (Dylan McDermott), a psychiatrist, his wife Vivien (Connie Britton), and their teenage daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga), who move from Boston to Los Angeles.
Langdon – Constance (Jessica Lange) and her daughter Addie (Jamie Brewer) and the disfigured Larry Harvey (Denis O’Hare), Ben and Vivien try to rekindle their relationship, while Violet, suffering from depression, finds solace with Tate (Evan Peters),
As she arrives at the house and then gradually discovers it, it becomes apparent that she is drawn to the darker and more depressing elements of the house, such as the basement, where some murders were committed.
Violet is thin. Her manner of dress usually consists of layered items, including long dresses, cardigans, long-sleeved shirts and hats. She usually has a natural face, with very little makeup.
It is apparent that she is not afraid of the girls at her school who try to get her to “eat” the cigarette she was smoking, as the grandmother of one of them (Leah) died of cancer. Violet in the first confrontation spits at one of them and runs away. But in the second one she confronts the 3 young women, hitting them and burns Leah with the cigarette.
We get to see her bravery and personality in “Home Invasion” showing that she is not afraid of the 3 intruders. Although later in “Piggy Piggy” after confronting the ghosts in the house she breaks down and ingests a high amount of sleeping pills given to her by Leah. Tate tries to save her by putting her in the shower and trying to get the pills out of her mouth by making her vomit, but she fails and dies while Tate stays with her in the shower. She doesn’t learn of his death until a few weeks later, when Tate shows her his already rotting body.