Whether you're a fan or a hater, no viewer can deny the powerful presence of renowned actress Kathy Bates. She stars in many iconic films such as: "Misery," "Fried Green Tomatoes," "Titanic," "The Blind Side," "Revolutionary Road" and "Dolores Claiborne." Her ability skyrockets beyond skill. She can personify her characters, and compel the audience to feel emotion for any woman she embodies. During Season 4 of "American Horror Story," Bates plays the "Bearded Lady" in the freak show. Her life is plagued with constant negativity, alcoholism, abuse and regret. The only silver lining shines in the form of her son, and watchers weep with him when she is brutally murdered by her former confidant.

Now, people cry again for her current role as Agnes, an actress who portrays "The Butcher" in this series' sixth season. After the filming of the fake documentary, Agnes suffers from Schizoaffective disorder. The executive producer, Sidney, fires her and institutes a restraining order. However, I doubt legality will swerve Agnes away from her true identity, and I know she will frequent the haunted house to terrify her co-stars.

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During the second half of "American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare," the victims of horror and respective stand-ins will live in the mansion throughout the blood moon. Three days of unimaginable yet anticipated terror will ensue, and everyone will die except for one person. According to the article "'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Biggest Questions We Have," the author Perez wants either Lee or Matt to survive.

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However, the cast, which includes Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Angela Bassett, Evan Peters and Cuba Gooding Jr., are naïve prey in one creepy trap. I don't think that the neurotic cheater, British widow, drug addict, alcoholic and the two rivals will form a union to vanquish these monsters. They are too self-absorbed, realistic and combative to outlast the man-pigs, satanic rituals, sinister ghosts and petrifying "presents." Only someone as insane as Agnes can relate among the walking dead, and through her understanding, she can find her sentient existence.