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AHS-414 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" in Cellophane - "I'm looking for a particular title. It's a really old book ... Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival ... Name your price. I'm related to her. The writer. She's my mother." Lana's secret son with Dr. Thredson is grown, and he's followed in his father's footsteps to become the new Bloody Face. Now he's looking for his mother. Own a piece of the show with this copy of Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," in cellophane from Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE: This is a prop book, so only the cover is "Maniac." Ended
Winning Bid:
$375
CLOSED!
AHS-430 Asylum: Communion Cups and Embroidered Cross Towels - Briarcliff Asylum is a Catholic institution. It is overseen by the Monsignor and run by Sister Jude. The residents are encouraged to turn to God with their struggles, that He might help them. If they chose not to, or find no solace in their prayers, Sister Jude and the Monsignor are more than happy to show them that God's love can take many forms. Own a piece of the show with this communion cup and prayer towel embroidered with a golden cross from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-372 Asylum: Sister Jude's '57 Chevy plates - Sister Jude's drunk driving caused an accident back in 1949 that led her to take her vows. Now, almost two decades later, she's at it again. Fortunately, she only hit a tree this time around. Own a piece of the show with the license plates from Sister Jude's '57 Chevy that she drove in American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$275
CLOSED!
AHS-366 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (3 of 4) - "He wasn't called Arden then. He was Gruper. Hans Gruper." When a woman named Charlotte Brown is checked into Briarcliff, she claims she is in reality the famous diarist Anne Frank, now grown and secretly a survivor the Nazi death camps of World War II. More disturbing, she claims to have seen Dr. Arden in one of those camps, where he was a ranking SS officer who used the prisoners for his inhuman experiments. Is she telling the truth? Is Arden really Gruper? If so, did she really see him in Auschwitz, or does she recognize him from some image she found in the research brought on by her obsession with a long lost little girl? Own a unique item from the show with this piece of Charlotte Brown's "Wall of Shame" from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-420 Asylum: Vintage Checkers Board and Checkers - The Monsignor and Sister Jude believe "the tonic for a diseased mind lies in the three 'P's -- Productivity, Prayer, and Purification." The residents of Briarcliff believe in a fourth "P." Play. As any good patients in a film or television psych ward would, they spend most of their time in the common room, where they engage in such classic activities as playing board games, talking to themselves, chasing after each other, shaking the bars on the windows, or banging their heads against the wall. Own a piece of the show with this vintage checkerboard and checkers from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
AHS-412 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" - "Ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor to welcome to Newman's Books the writer of Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival. It's been on The New York Times Best Seller list for ten weeks now. The book is a sensation. And, after devouring it in one sitting, I can honestly say ... she's my hero. Please welcome my new favorite author, Lana Winters." It's 1969, Lana escaped Briarcliff years ago, and her book on the Bloody Face murders has finally been published. Are all the "facts" inside real? Does it really matter? Own a piece of the show with Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," as seen in Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE -- Only the dust cover and title page are actually "Maniac." Inside is a book that came out the same year as AHS: Asylum and was a real bestseller -- "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn. Ended
Winning Bid:
$325
CLOSED!
AHS-399 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-391 Asylum: Single Leather Cuff Restraints - Usually, the residents of Briarcliff are allowed a fairly free roam of the institution. But, sometimes, for their own good, they have to be restrained. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt themselves. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt others. Sometimes it's for their own good in a more cosmic, existential sense, like when they're fastened to Dr. Arden's table so he can inject them with a combination of deadly diseases in an effort to help the human race evolve to survive the coming nuclear apocolypse. So, yeah, still for their own good. Own a piece of the show with these single leather cuff restraints from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-356 Asylum: Gold Metal Bible Holder - It took a tragic accident to make Sister Jude wear the habit, while the Monsignor had known since childhood he was meant to don the robes. Whatever either thought a life of the cloth held for them, however, they could never have imagined what awaited them within the walls of Briarcliff Asylum. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum with this gold, metal Bible holder used in the show. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-392 Asylum: Rubber Prop Metal Mixing Blades - Kit will go to any length to protect the people he loves. That is why it is no surprise in episode seven he grabs this metal mixing blade to kill on the Dr. Arden's monsters before it can attack precious Grace. Included here are the two rubber prop versions of the metal mixing blade from Briarcliff's bakery. Own a memorable piece of Kit and Grace's story with these great props. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-381 Asylum: Wood Carved Box - The setting of each season of American Horror Story is more than just a backdrop. The story couldn't exist without it. In a way, the era and the location are the story. Asylum is no exception. Every costume, every prop, every light is designed to draw the viewer into the world being created. A horrible world, but a world based on a real time and place in America. Own a piece of the show with this wood carved box from AHS: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-20 Asylum: Leo's Death Outfit - Leo Morrison only agreed to sneak into the old, abandoned Briarcliff Asylum for some action. The kind he thought he'd get from his girlfriend, not the kind he actually got, from the new Bloody Face. Guess he should have known better than to trespass in a place where 46,000 people died. Add a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum to your closet with the bloodied outfit Leo wore ... after his arm was ripped off by whatever was down there in the dark. Ended
Winning Bid:
$175
CLOSED!
AHS-434 Asylum: Sister Mary Eunice's Gift for Sister Jude - "Oh I left a bottle of Kentucky something or other there... it's for you." A possessed Sister Mary Eunice really knows how to stick it to Sister Jude after killing the Nazi hunter that she had hired to out Dr. Arden. When liquor is your poison of choice this bottle (empty of course) of Kentucky Hill Bourbon Whiskey can be as deadly as a straight razor. This bottle and glass are a fantastic piece of memorabilia from this disturbing scene in Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-426 Asylum: Pewter Candlesticks - The second season of American Horror Story takes place not only in a mental institution, but in a Catholic mental institution, and every prop, every costume, every lighting choice was made with that in mind. As a result, the story is lent an almost gothic aesthetic that blends beautifully with the 1960s setting. Own a piece of the show with these pewter candlesticks that were used in American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$175
CLOSED!
AHS-382 Asylum: Priest Exorcism Kit - A distraught mother and father bring their son to Briarcliff, seeking help. Dr. Thredson is more than happy to lend his expertise, even if it means stepping on Sister Jude's toes. No, especially if it means stepping on her toes. "Adolescence can be a time of conflict and rebellion." On the other hand, it can also, apparently, be a time of demon possession and ... well, rebellion. Own a unique item from the show with the exorcism kit used by the priest in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Includes somewhat melted, white candles and holy water. Ended
Winning Bid:
$250
CLOSED!
AHS-428 Asylum: Communion Cups and Embroidered Cross Towels - Briarcliff Asylum is a Catholic institution. It is overseen by the Monsignor and run by Sister Jude. The residents are encouraged to turn to God with their struggles, that He might help them. If they chose not to, or find no solace in their prayers, Sister Jude and the Monsignor are more than happy to show them that God's love can take many forms. Own a piece of the show with this communion cup and prayer towel embroidered with a golden cross from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-435 Asylum: Dr. Thredson's Bar Bottle Collection - The gig is up for Dr. Oliver Thredson in Episode 11 of Asylum. Well, gig might be to light a word for being the serial killer Bloody Face who terrorizes a community. Included in this lot are three empty bottles from Bloody Face's home bar; Crown Royal, Cointreau and a bottle of Vermouth that the evil Dr. uses to mix his very last martini. Add these items to your own bar for a fantastic conversation starter! Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-394 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-363 Asylum: Rubber Period Fire Extinguisher - Briarcliff Asylum is concerned first and foremost with the health and safety of its residents. Everywhere aspect of the institution was designed and implemented with the well-being of the patients in mind. Every patient has easy access to a multitude of sharp objects, should they need to stab anyone -- shards of glass, sharpened toothbrushes, literal knives, wooden stakes, and all sorts of surgical tools. When bashing is in order instead, there are blunt objects placed in strategic areas -- brooms, mops, loose bricks, broken table legs, actual hammers, and fire extinguishers. Think about your own safety with this rubber fire extinguisher, beautifully made to appear appropriate for the period. As seen in American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-390 Asylum: Thick Double Cuff Restraints - Usually, the residents of Briarcliff are allowed a fairly free roam of the institution. But, sometimes, for their own good, they have to be restrained. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt themselves. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt others. Sometimes it's for their own good in a more cosmic, existential sense, like when they're fastened to Dr. Arden's table so he can inject them with a combination of deadly diseases in an effort to help the human race evolve to survive the coming nuclear apocolypse. So, yeah, still for their own good. Own a piece of the show with these thick, double cuff restraints from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$275
CLOSED!
AHS-386 Asylum: Vintage Lincoln Logs Set - The Monsignor and Sister Jude believe "the tonic for a diseased mind lies in the three 'P's -- Productivity, Prayer, and Purification." The residents of Briarcliff believe in a fourth "P." Play. As any good patients in a film or television psych ward would, they spend most of their time in the common room, where they engage in such classic activities as playing board games, talking to themselves, chasing after each other, shaking the bars on the windows, or banging their heads against the wall. Own a piece of the show with this vintage set of Lincoln Logs from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-358 Asylum: Kit's Farmhouse Blanket - In the early 1960s, the world wasn't a warm or welcoming place for a marriage like Kit's. But there was caring and comfort in the home he made with his beloved Alma. Until the aliens came and abducted them both. Now Alma is either buried in a grave with no skin and no head, or she's up there, somewhere, flying around in a saucer while Kit's stuck in Briarcliff with only the memory of his old life to torment him. Own a unique piece of American Horror Story: Asylum with this crocheted blanket from Kit's farmhouse. Ended
Winning Bid:
$375
CLOSED!
AHS-424 Asylum: Pewter Plate - The second season of American Horror Story takes place not only in a mental institution, but in a Catholic mental institution, and every prop, every costume, every lighting choice was made with that in mind. As a result, the story is lent an almost gothic aesthetic that blends beautifully with the 1960s setting. Own a piece of the show with this pewter plate from Alchemy Pewter England that was used in American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-425 Asylum: Pewter Goblets (Set of 4) - The second season of American Horror Story takes place not only in a mental institution, but in a Catholic mental institution, and every prop, every costume, every lighting choice was made with that in mind. As a result, the story is lent an almost gothic aesthetic that blends beautifully with the 1960s setting. Own a piece of the show with this set of four pewter goblets that was used in American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$225
CLOSED!
AHS-364 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (1of 4) - "He wasn't called Arden then. He was Gruper. Hans Gruper." When a woman named Charlotte Brown is checked into Briarcliff, she claims she is in reality the famous diarist Anne Frank, now grown and secretly a survivor the Nazi death camps of World War II. More disturbing, she claims to have seen Dr. Arden in one of those camps, where he was a ranking SS officer who used the prisoners for his inhuman experiments. Is she telling the truth? Is Arden really Gruper? If so, did she really see him in Auschwitz, or does she recognize him from some image she found in the research brought on by her obsession with a long lost little girl? Own a unique item from the show with this piece of Charlotte Brown's "Wall of Shame" from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-369 Asylum: Silverware set - Lana and Wendy kept a beautiful home ... before Lana was taken prisoner by an evil nun in an insane asylum. It's the little things that make Wendy think of Lana now. The extra wine glass that doesn't get used anymore. The silverware that they picked out together. The paper committing Lana to the asylum that Wendy signed for fear of losing her job. Don't worry too much about that last one, Wendy. You won't have time to feel bad about it -- Bloody Face knows who you are and he knows where you live. Own a piece of the show with this silverware set, complete with a bloody, rubber, special effects knife, from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-397 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-379 Asylum: Wendy and Friends Wine - Knock, knock. Wendy and her friends are scared. "Don't answer it. There's a killer of women on the loose ... Lois don't! You don't know who's out there!" Wendy has invited a few other women over to counsel and console her after her meeting with Sister Jude. Now there's someone knocking at the door. Apparently, her friend Lois is the only one who remembers it's Halloween, and has enough sense to realize the knock on the door is probably just some young trick or treaters looking for candy. "Check out the mass murderers, Barb." Find a little liquid courage in this wine bottle used by the women in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-373 Asylum: Sister Mary Eunice's Brown Basket - "They had quite the ferocious appetite last night. Did you hear them? I expected to find the basket torn to pieces." There's something spooky in the woods outside Briarcliff Asylum. Something Sister Mary Eunice is feeding at the behest of Dr. Arden. Own a special item from the show with the basket Sister Mary Eunice carried in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum when Dr. Arden offered the nun a candy apple of temptation. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-377 Asylum: Sister Jude's Metal Cigarette Box - Briarcliff Asylum is equipped with all the latest amenities to help its residents relax. There is, of course, the requisite checkers board that residents can flip over and throw across the room when they're angry. There's the old favorite, the brick wall, for residents to bang their heads against for hours on end. There's the always classic, windows with metal grating over them, each hole the perfect size for fingerholds, which the residents can shake violently while staring at the outside world where they'll never walk free again. And, it goes without saying, there's the ultimate tool for relaxation in 1960s America -- cigarettes. Although, to be fair, the staff probably smokes more than the patients. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Asylum with this metal cigarette box seen in Sister Jude's office. Ended
Winning Bid:
$900
CLOSED!
AHS-409 Asylum: Lana Winter's Signed Hero Novel "Maniac" - "Ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor to welcome to Newman's Books the writer of Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival. It's been on The New York Times Best Seller list for ten weeks now. The book is a sensation. And, after devouring it in one sitting, I can honestly say ... she's my hero. Please welcome my new favorite author, Lana Winters." It's 1969, Lana escaped Briarcliff years ago, and her book on the Bloody Face murders has finally been published. Are all the "facts" inside real? Does it really matter? Own a piece of the show with this special, signed version of Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," as seen in Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE -- Only the dust cover, signed title page and first chapter page are actually "Maniac." Ended
Winning Bid:
$400
CLOSED!
AHS-406 Asylum: Christmas Tree Star - It's an "Unholy Night" in the special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. Briarcliff may not have much in the way of cheer, but that doesn't stop the residents from ringing in the Yuletide. Fortunately for them, they have there very own Santa Claus. Unfortunately for them, he's an insane psychokiller. They'd better hope they didn't make his naughty list. Celebrate the Season like one of the patients from Briarcliff with this molded killer Christmas tree star from Episode 8 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-415 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" in Cellophane - "I'm looking for a particular title. It's a really old book ... Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival ... Name your price. I'm related to her. The writer. She's my mother." Lana's secret son with Dr. Thredson is grown, and he's followed in his father's footsteps to become the new Bloody Face. Now he's looking for his mother. Own a piece of the show with this copy of Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," in cellophane from Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE: This is a prop book, so only the cover is "Maniac." Ended
Winning Bid:
$225
CLOSED!
AHS-387 Asylum: Long Leather Straps - Usually, the residents of Briarcliff are allowed a fairly free roam of the institution. But, sometimes, for their own good, they have to be restrained. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt themselves. Sometimes it's so they don't hurt others. Sometimes it's for their own good in a more cosmic, existential sense, like when they're fastened to Dr. Arden's table so he can inject them with a combination of deadly diseases in an effort to help the human race evolve to survive the coming nuclear apocolypse. So, yeah, still for their own good. Own a piece of the show with these long leather straps with buckles from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$175
CLOSED!
AHS-419 Asylum: Vintage Checkers/Backgammon with Checkers - The Monsignor and Sister Jude believe "the tonic for a diseased mind lies in the three 'P's -- Productivity, Prayer, and Purification." The residents of Briarcliff believe in a fourth "P." Play. As any good patients in a film or television psych ward would, they spend most of their time in the common room, where they engage in such classic activities as playing board games, talking to themselves, chasing after each other, shaking the bars on the windows, or banging their heads against the wall. Own a piece of the show with this vintage game of checkers and backgammon from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-413 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" - "Ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor to welcome to Newman's Books the writer of Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival. It's been on The New York Times Best Seller list for ten weeks now. The book is a sensation. And, after devouring it in one sitting, I can honestly say ... she's my hero. Please welcome my new favorite author, Lana Winters." It's 1969, Lana escaped Briarcliff years ago, and her book on the Bloody Face murders has finally been published. Are all the "facts" inside real? Does it really matter? Own a piece of the show with Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," as seen in Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE -- Only the dust cover and title page are actually "Maniac." Inside is a book that came out the same year as AHS: Asylum and was a real bestseller -- "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn. Ended
Winning Bid:
$250
CLOSED!
AHS-404 Asylum: Rubber Full Axe - "Our life here has been more precious than I could have dreamed." Grace is so grateful to have found a home with Kit and Alma after finally being freed from Briarcliff. They all share so much -- it's beautiful. Not only do her and Alma both have children from Kit, they also both gave birth to those children aboard an alien spacecraft. Amazing, wonderous children, who are so very special. One day, perhaps, the aliens will return and reveal their glorious plans for the makeshift, little family. That's what Grace believes, at least. She's convinced of it. Or she used to be convinced of it, anyway, before Alma snuck up behind her and hacked her to death with an axe. Own a piece of American Horror Story with this rubber axe used on the show. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-403 Asylum: Rubber Special Effects Axe - "I love you, Kit. And Alma. And our sweet, beautiful, miracle babies." Grace is so grateful to have found a home with Kit and Alma after finally being freed from Briarcliff. They all share so much -- it almost overwhelms her heart. Not only do her and Alma both have children from Kit, they also both gave birth to those children aboard an alien spacecraft. Amazing, wonderous children, who are so very special. One day, perhaps, the aliens will return and reveal their glorious plans for the makeshift, little family. That's what Grace believes, at least. She's convinced of it. Or she used to be convinced of it, anyway, before Alma snuck up behind her and hacked her to death with an axe. Own a piece of American Horror Story with this rubber special effects axe used on the show. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-367 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (4 of 4) - "He wasn't called Arden then. He was Gruper. Hans Gruper." When a woman named Charlotte Brown is checked into Briarcliff, she claims she is in reality the famous diarist Anne Frank, now grown and secretly a survivor the Nazi death camps of World War II. More disturbing, she claims to have seen Dr. Arden in one of those camps, where he was a ranking SS officer who used the prisoners for his inhumane experiments. Is she telling the truth? Is Arden really Gruper? If so, did she really see him in Auschwitz, or does she recognize him from some image she found in the research brought on by her obsession with a long lost little girl? Own a unique item from the show with this piece of Charlotte Brown's "Wall of Shame" from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-436 Asylum: Dr. Arden's Special Scotch - Dr. Arden has a somewhat diabolical plot to propose to Kit Walker in the ninth episode of Asylum. In order to bring the aliens to Briarcliff for proof of their existence, he wants to kill Kit... you know and then revive him right away. Talk about a deal with the devil. Dr. Arden brings out this special prop bottle of Glenlivet to get Kit used to the idea. Probably a good idea to be leery of anything the good Dr. is offering you to drink, however... you might end up as one of his experiments! Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
AHS-417 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" in Cellophane - "I'm looking for a particular title. It's a really old book ... Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival ... Name your price. I'm related to her. The writer. She's my mother." Lana's secret son with Dr. Thredson is grown, and he's followed in his father's footsteps to become the new Bloody Face. Now he's looking for his mother. Own a piece of the show with this copy of Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," in cellophane from Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE: This is a prop book, so only the cover is "Maniac." Ended
Winning Bid:
$250
CLOSED!
AHS-365 Asylum: Anne Frank "Wall of Shame" (2 of 4) -

"He wasn't called Arden then. He was Gruper. Hans Gruper." When a woman named Charlotte Brown is checked into Briarcliff, she claims she is in reality the famous diarist Anne Frank, now grown and secretly a survivor the Nazi death camps of World War II. More disturbing, she claims to have seen Dr. Arden in one of those camps, where he was a ranking SS officer who used the prisoners for his inhuman experiments. Is she telling the truth? Is Arden really Gruper? If so, did she really see him in Auschwitz, or does she recognize him from some image she found in the research brought on by her obsession with a long lost little girl? Own a unique item from the show with this piece of Charlotte Brown's "Wall of Shame" from American Horror Story: Asylum.

Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-410 Asylum: Lana Winter's Novel "Maniac" - "Ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor to welcome to Newman's Books the writer of Maniac: One Woman's Story of Survival. It's been on The New York Times Best Seller list for ten weeks now. The book is a sensation. And, after devouring it in one sitting, I can honestly say ... she's my hero. Please welcome my new favorite author, Lana Winters." It's 1969, Lana escaped Briarcliff years ago, and her book on the Bloody Face murders has finally been published. Are all the "facts" inside real? Does it really matter? Own a piece of the show with Lana Winter's novel, "Maniac," as seen in Episode 12 of American Horror Story: Asylum. PLEASE NOTE -- Only the dust cover and title page are actually "Maniac." Inside is a book that came out the same year as AHS: Asylum and was a real bestseller -- "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn. Ended
Winning Bid:
$250
CLOSED!
AHS-427 Asylum: Communion Cups and Embroidered Cross Towels - Briarcliff Asylum is a Catholic institution. It is overseen by the Monsignor and run by Sister Jude. The residents are encouraged to turn to God with their struggles, that He might help them. If they chose not to, or find no solace in their prayers, Sister Jude and the Monsignor are more than happy to show them that God's love can take many forms. Own a piece of the show with this communion cup and prayer towel embroidered with a golden cross from American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-437 Asylum: Salvation Army Donation Topper - "There is no God, but there is a Santa Claus!" Leigh Emerson sure is one bad Santa! The eighth episode of Asylum "Unholy Night" kick off with Leigh killing a Salvation Army Santa ringing for donations in front of a supermarket on Christmas eve. This is the large wooden donation tin topper that marks the beginning of a bloody Christmas massacre which would repeat itself years later at the Briarcliff Institution. Happy Holidays! Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-400 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-384 Asylum: Alien Plaster Footprint - "They were here. The creatures you told me about. The little green men. Except, of course, they're not green, are they, Mr. Walker?" Dr. Arden has something to show Kit. Something he found down in the dark, in the tunnels beneath Briarcliff. Have a close encounter with this plaster cast that Dr. Arden took of the alien footprints in Episode 9 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-395 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-375 Asylum: Trick or Treat Bags - "Lois, don't! You don't know who's out there!" Wendy's scared. She's invited a few friends over to counsel and console her after her meeting with Sister Jude. Now there's someone knocking at the door. Apparently, her friend Lois is the only one who remembers it's Halloween, and has enough sense to realize the knock on the door is probably just some young trick or treaters looking for candy. "Check out the mass murderers, Barb." Open your door to these trick or treat bags used by the children in Episode 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum. Includes 2 large paper bags with handles created by the AHS art deparment. Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
AHS-401 Asylum: Monsignor's Christmas Gift Book of Common Prayer - One of the more unforgettable episodes in the series is "Unholy Night," a special Christmas episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. If Sister Jude has her way, the celebration will be as smooth as the newly fallen snow, and no murderous Santa will rip out anyone's throat with their teeth. However, Sister Mary Eunice now possessed by Satan is in charge and SPOILER ALERT -- A few Christmas killings are exactly what she was hoping for. Celebrate Christmas like one of the residents of Briarcliff with this Book of Common Prayer given as a gift by the Monsignor before quite literally all hell breaks loose. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!