Ryan Murphy has promised a big twist in Season 6 of American Horror Story with its sixth episode. This week is the fifth, so we have one more week to go.
The Inquisitr previously reported on a theory about Season 6 that suggests that each of the first five episodes ties back somehow to each of the first five seasons of American Horror Story. Now, there is a theory that goes further than that and claims that not only do they have a tie to each of the previous five seasons, but that they tie specifically to the sixth episode of each of those seasons. So, the first episodes of Season 6 tie back to the sixth episodes of each of the previous seasons. It appears to be accurate so far, and if that accuracy continues, we may at least have hint about what we're going to see this Wednesday night.
Here's how it works, as explained by Vanity Fair.
According to this theory, the first week of Season 6 of American Horror Story is somehow related to Episode 6 of the first season. That would be the "Piggy Piggy" episode of Murder House. This was when we saw the Pig Man, of which one of Ben's clients had a fear. And this season began with giving us a look at the Pig Man in the woods outside the home of Shelby and Matt.