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Happy New Year, Horrorphiles!

What better way to start 2012 than by joining your favourite American Horror Show podcast hosts in a dissection of the Season 1 finale? We couldn’t think of one either, so here we are!

Yes, this week we tackle the craziness that is “Afterbirth”. It’s still bending our brains, so we’re guessing it’s doing the same to you! So what did you think? Let us know by e-mail AmericanHorrorCast@gmail.com or by tweeting us @horrorcast.

What do we have ahead of us? Have we seen the last of the Harmons? What in all holy heck is going on?

All these questions and more are tackled in our Season Finale show! Get it now from iTunes or from our RSS feed.

Until next time, folks….

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