"Glee" co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Fulchuck are going from singing teens to creepy spirits with FX's upcoming "American Horror Story."
The show features a great cast, including Dylan McDermott, Connie Britton, Denis O’Hare, Frances Conroy and Oscar-winner Jessica Lange.
What we know of the pilot's plot is that a therapist and his family (McDermott, Britton and daughter Taissa Farmiga) are escaping a past tragedy, when they move into a seemingly haunted house, where Lange acts as their increasingly nosey woman nextdoor.
While few other details have been revealed about the narrative, FX has just released these two new "clues" that guarantee to make your hair stand on end.
The first (above) is a Dali-sesque clip of a woman's abs being played like an off-key cello.
The second clip (below) features a creepy looking baby (or maybe a doll) with a spooky, childish version of Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" being played over the soundtrack.
What is this, "Twin Peaks"? What does it all mean??
Find out when the show premiers in October.