sunnyatbriarcliff:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ep 8x02

AHS: Asylum Ep 2x01

sunnyatbriarcliff:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ep 2x07

AHS: Asylum Ep 2x01

sunnyatbriarcliff:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ep 4x10

AHS: Asylum Ep 2x10

sunnyatbriarcliff:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ep 7x01

AHS: Asylum Ep 2x02

sunnyatbriarcliff:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ep 4x02

AHS: Asylum Ep 2x02

madison really makes me want a cigarette

mistermyrtlesnow:

THE KIT WALKER THEORY

Lana Winters was a relatively sane woman held captive in the asylum for being a homosexual. Her freedom was granted and her life carried on successfully. Kit Walker however, despite what may have been shown, was not as sane as one may have believed. Kit Walker and Grace Bertrand we’re a match made in hell considering they were both repressing their memories as axe murderers. It could easily be true that Kit really did kill his wife, and Kit was insane. Psychiatric research shows that as a defense mechanism, the immediate conclusions of a “crazy person” revolve on the ideas of aliens, UFO’s, or other life forms to repress themselves and their reality. That’s exactly what Kit Walker was doing. He really did love his wife and when he realized what he had done, the aliens became his illusion. In fact, it could be true that many of the events in Asylum such as the bugs in his neck or his mental patient girlfriend’s pregnancy did not actually occur. Lana re-wrote her accounts in the finale the same way she had done in her book, trying to create a happy ending for a man she feels guilt about not keeping close to her, and Sister Jude, who she could never save. Kit went crazy. That is the reality of his story: he was a schizophrenic psychopath who lived out his final days driving himself more and more insane in a mental asylum that he could only escape through an execution, in which he was set-up by Dr. Oliver Thredson.

After re-watching Asylum, I’ve realized that Alma’s skin was removed and that they actually explicitly tell us that Dr. Thredson killed Alma. So now the new Kit Walker theory is… While Alma was making dinner, she was attacked by Bloodyface. Kit probably saw Alma on the ground without skin and just went instantly nuts. Bloodyface escapes and the police find Mr. Walker babbling about aliens next to his skinless wife and arrest him, thus bringing him to the Asylum. 

There are hardly any known surviving twins conjoined at the neck, but Abby and Brittany Hensel are two extrordinary girls that have managed to live complete and fulfilled lives. They’re even engaged and have the ability to type, drive, and play piano. This documentary tells about the true stories of the real life Bette & Dot.