Something spooky this way comes--a brand new season of Ryan Murphy's hit anthology series American Horror Story! After taking us through murder houses, witch covens, freakshows, deeply creepy hotels, and the lost colony of Roanoke, the FX series is setting its sights on one of the most unsettling things on the planet: cults. With its focus on the 2016 presidential election and, if the previews are to be believed, murderous clowns and bees, American Horror Story: Cult may be the show's scariest season yet. But the truly scary thing would be making another season of American Horror Story without you. That's right, I'm talking about you. No, not Jeremy over there. You. And now thanks to a new fundraising campaign with Omaze and American Horror Story, you can finally be a part of the show.
The fine folks at Omaze are partnering with American Horror Story to raise money for Children's Hospital Los Angeles, which is home to the Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases, one of the largest, most comprehensive programs of its kind in the western United States. As someone who lives nearby the Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, I see firsthand how many lives it affects and saves every single day, so I can't think of a better organization for which to raise much-needed money.
Those who donate to the fundraising campaign will be entered to win a trip for two to Los Angeles, where you'll stay in a four-star hotel and hang out on the top-secret set of American Horror Story. On top of all that, you'll also earn a walk-on role in the new season (just for you, not your lucky friend). In addition, you'll get to have an intimate lunch with American Horror Story star Evan Peters, so you can finally ask all those burning Pizza Dog questions you've had since seeing Quicksilver's epic scene in X-Men: Apocalypse. And if you don't wind up winning this one-of-a-kind trip to the set of AHS, you can still walk away with epic prizes like signed season seven posters, signed scripts, and much more.
In order to enter to win (and make a huge difference in the lives of sick kids), simply click here. Then be sure to bring your old pal Dan Casey as your +1 to the American Horror Story set. Wait, what's that? You'd prefer to bring anyone else? Seems unnecessarily harsh, but I guess I understand. I mean, I'd bring you if I won, but go ahead and live your life.
What role would you want to play on American Horror Story: Cult? Let us know in the comments below!
Editor's note: This post is sponsored by Omaze.