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‘AHS: Hotel’: These New Terrifying Promos Will Give You Nightmares — Watch

Tue, September 1, 2015 12:04am EDT by 2 Comments

If you want nightmares, you’ve come to the right place — because these new promos of ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ are downright terrifying. Watch three brand new promos here, if you dare!

Thanks Ryan Murphywe won’t be able to sleep now. If you need any more indication that American Horror Story: Hotel is going to be the creepiest season of AHS yet, here you go. The show creator released three creepy new promos, accurately titled: Towhead, Jeepers Peepers and the most terrifying, Sleepwalk.

The first promo, Towhead, shows creepy little blonde children walking down a deserted stairwell with the lights flickering on an off. They turn around, and sure enough, they are indeed a group of ghosts literally staring into your soul! So creepy.

Next, we get Jeepers Peepers which is simply an eye in a key hole. Not as terrifying as ghost children to some, but to others it’s all about that anticipation of who’s behind the door…

Then, there’s the ultimately terrifying “Sleepwalk” promo (above). If you’ve ever had nightmares about being sewn into a mattress, watch with caution, because yep — there’s a person sewn into an old mattress sleepwalking in a dark corridor.

Hotel is going to be our favorite season yet! Ryan also recently shared a pic of Lady Gaga, 29, in her haunting role as The Countess. The shadowy still of her character, who owns the hotel, is dressed in all white except for some faint red lips, which is extra spooky seeing as though The Countess drinks the blood of humans. We also can’t wait to see how her complicated love triangle with Donovan (Matt Bomer) and Tristan (Finn Wittrock) plays out.

AHS: Hotel also stars Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Wes Bentley, Max Greenfield, Lily Rabe and more. The season will premiere on Oct. 7 on FX.

HollywoodLifers, which promo are YOU most haunted by? Tell us your thoughts below!

— Russ Weakland