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NEXT ACCEPTANCE DATE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17TH @ 8PM CST

Meet Blair Gray, a ghost who appears to be ten years old; he’s been trapped in the Murder House since his birth in 2016

♫♪ “All around me are familiar faces, worn out places, worn out faces. Bright and early for their daily races, going nowhere, going nowhere.” []

I have long stopped asking why the mad do mad things…

{+}: Calm, Observant, Affectionate 
{–}: Timid, Sneaky, Lost

It’s a filthy world we live in, it’s a filthy goddamn helpless world…

Blair and his twin sister, Salem, have a truly unique existence. Both born without a pulse, to two parents without a pulse, this little entity is quite obviously the more reclusive one of the two, often found hiding behind another or secluding himself from all those inhabiting the Murder House. Along with him, he brings an overall eerie sensation, many could argue that it’s simply because he is a spirit and nothing but a spirit — though in reality he has learned quite a bit from watching those around him… the ghosts, at least. He knows how to subtly control the feeling of a room, causing paranoid sensations to those he doesn’t particularly care for. Despite that, he isn’t all that similar to Salem when it comes to his wits. He is a very shy natured boy, and can be quite timid when it comes to strangers. He scares a bit more easily than Salem, and relies heavily on both his mother and the others that look after him when it comes to being safe.

Attention isn’t something Blair is fond of — not when it comes from strangers, at least. The attention of the ghosts he’s close to is cherished, despite the fact that you might not be able to tell from his lack of expression, when he’s not alone or spending time with his sister, the young ghost will often seek the company of those who he has seen his mother near, even if they’re not necessarily on good terms. He’s curious about their relationships with his mother, and he generally knows his limits when it comes to the darker spirits of the house. By no means is he one to seek out chaos like his sibling, but he will occasionally find himself in a situation that is troubling — on accident, of course. He doesn’t particularly enjoy the aggressive nature of Salem, he’s much more affectionate, but that alone can make him out to be deceiving at times.

Growing up in the Murder House, and with ghosts as his guardians — Blair has become quite fond of the tricks of the dead. Being one to possess any animal the boy can find on property, you can never be quite sure where he might be at times. But rest assured, just because those around him are unaware of his location, that doesn’t mean he’s unaware of theirs in the slightest.

Are you sure you want to be alone? They say this house is haunted…

Samantha Gray: It’s safe to say that Blair is a complete mama’s boy, and he can often be found hiding behind his mother, Samantha, away from others who he isn’t used to. Just like Salem, he is protective over her — though unlike Salem, he is more logical about what to do in any situation when dealing with those who are considered enemies.

Salem Gray: Being Blair’s twin sister, and seeing as how this little girl seems to be much more outgoing than he — once you get to know Blair, you’ll see that he’s quite jealous of the attention that surrounds her when it comes to those close to him. He loves his sister dearly, but feels like she pushes him back in the eyes of everyone around them.

Nathaniel Greer: Shadow is someone that Blair has observed probably as much as Shadow has observed him — he’s learned a lot from this ghost, and halfy considers him to be a dad in replacement to the one he doesn’t know of. Whether it’s because of the vibes he feels from Sam when Shadow’s around or his own intuition on this particular spirit, he feels safe around him.

Spencer McCormick: Blair doesn’t understand Spencer in the slightest, he doesn’t understand why this ghost seems to be reluctant to be near him, when it’s obvious to him that Sam and Spencer have an unbreakable bond. He’s curious about Spencer, but can come off as pouty when he doesn’t give him the full on attention he seeks form him.

Sawyer Watson: Though he doesn’t know him well, Blair has had his moments of watching the serial killer who inhabits the attic — as he’s noticed that his mother spends time with him every now and again. Not to mention how Salem claims he’s their father, to put it simply; he’s not fond of him, mainly because he seems to pay more attention to his sister than him.

Blair is portrayed by Seamus Davey Fitzpatrick, and is currently taken.


Meet Salem Gray, a ghost who appears to be ten years old; she’s been trapped in the Murder House since her birth in 2016

♫♪ “I think my friend said, ‘I hear footsteps.’ I wore my black and white dress to the birthday massacre, birthday massacre, birthday. I wore my black and white dress.” []

I have long stopped asking why the mad do mad things…

{+}: Curious, Adventurous, Clever
{–}: Deceiving, Picky, Aggressive

It’s a filthy world we live in, it’s a filthy goddamn helpless world…

Salem and her twin brother, Blair, have a truly unique existence. Both born without a pulse, to two parents without a pulse. This little entity is quite obviously the feistier of the two, often causing trouble where ever she can — simply because she can. Salem may only have the property of the Murder House as her playground, but she most certainly makes the most of it. Without a sense of what danger really can be, this mischievous ghost can be found in the strangest places, from the attic to the basement, nothing really scares her. In fact, with her natural instincts as a ghost (and after watching her mother over the years), Salem enjoys frightening people. She doesn’t see it as something bad, either.

Though she spends a lot of time disobeying those who are looking after her by running off and doing her own thing — when she can’t find people she knows, she can get quite temperamental and even violent in some cases… or, at least as violent as a young spirit can get. Unlike her brother, she adores attention. And she strives to get it in any way she can, from anyone she can, regardless if they like her or not. Despite how much fun she has scaring people, she’s still young — and has much to learn about being a ghost. Needless to say, Salem is someone who needs constant supervision, else she will be the cause of whatever chaos she can bring to the Murder House.

Being graced with a poltergeist for a mother, and several other questionable guardians, Salem has grown up in a dark and playful world. She see’s those around her as her play things, the living more so than the ghosts. She doesn’t seem to see the problem with hurting anyone; though no one has really told her that it’s a bad thing just yet, and with that — she’s been living by just that to have her fun.

Are you sure you want to be alone? They say this house is haunted…

Samantha Gray: Samantha is Salem’s mother, and even though she tends to disobey her — she’s also protective over her as much as she can be, and has picked up on who Sam likes to haunt. Salem secretly targets those people as well, in her raids of chaos.

Blair Gray: Being Salem’s twin brother, and the one in which she has spent the most time with aside from her mother, it’s obvious in a way that Salem looks at Blair like a younger sibling. She knows he’s capable of great things, just like their mother, she knows he can haunt and do it well. But she tends to get jealous and because of that, frequently tries to distract anyone and everyone from him by drawing attention to herself in any way she can.

Sawyer Watson: As if having a poltergeist for a mother wasn’t enough, Salem has certainly learned a lot from watching this serial killer. Seeing as how he’s close to her mother, this nosy little ghost has followed him around from time to time — and ever since he got her out of getting into trouble with a sorority girl after tricking her up a tree and causing her to fall and break her wrist, Salem is under the impression that he’s not just a friend of her mom’s — but her father. 

Nathaniel Greer: Shadow is just one of the ghosts in which Salem is highly curious about; he’s been around since she was born, and she see’s him as family. Despite the fact that he gives off a scary vibe on occasion, Salem likes testing this spirit and generally learns from him by watching from afar. She fears that he won’t like that though, so she tends to keep it a secret the best she can.

Leo Marvel: Ever since Leo was born in the Murder House, Salem has been a bit obsessed with him — he amazed her, as she herself had never seen a baby before. Despite the fact that she borderline tried to kidnap him when he was just a few days old, Salem looks out for Leo when she can. Now that he’s older, she enjoys playing hide and seek with him, or play anything for that matter just to get him away from his parents.

Spencer McCormick: Being a close friend of her mother’s, Salem grew up around Spencer. She watched him, and realized how easy it was to freak him out with the slightest things. Even her childlike smile seemed to send the other clueless spirit into a state of uncertainty. With that, the little girl enjoys freaking him out whenever she gets the chance — it’s just one of her favorite hobbies.

Salem is portrayed by Isabelle Fuhrman, and is currently taken.


Hey everyone! As most of you may know, American Horror Story: Freak Show is on tonight! And we request that talk of the new episodes/spoilers be kept to yourselves — or discussed privately! That way no one ruins anything for those who don’t get to see it right away. Thank you!

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NEXT ACCEPTANCE DATE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17TH @ 8PM CST