History Headscratchers / AmericanHorrorStoryAsylum

2nd Feb '16 10:48:31 PM mhj0808
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** Remember, the Devil has the ability to see into others' memories and desires; Satan simply looked into Mary Eunice's memories and recited them as if they belonged to him, which makes sense since he was posing as her at the time. As for the personal tone Satan took while saying all that, perhaps the Devil simply likes play-acting?
* So was Charlotte Anne Frank or not? Because how did she know that, not only was Arden actually a Nazi, but she also knew his real name. There was no further explanation given for this at all as far as I can remember...

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** Remember, the Devil has the ability to see into others' memories and desires; Satan simply looked into Mary Eunice's memories and recited them as if they belonged to him, which makes sense since he was posing as her at the time. As for the personal tone Satan took while saying all that, perhaps the Devil simply likes play-acting?
* So was Charlotte Anne Frank or not? Because how did she know that, not only was Arden actually a Nazi, but she also knew his real name. There was no further explanation given for this at all as far as I can remember...
play-acting?
2nd Feb '16 10:47:13 PM mhj0808
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* So was Charlotte Anne Frank or not? Because how did know that, not only was Arden a Nazi, but she also knew his real name. There was no further explanation given for this at all as far as I can remember...

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* So was Charlotte Anne Frank or not? Because how did she know that, not only was Arden actually a Nazi, but she also knew his real name. There was no further explanation given for this at all as far as I can remember...
2nd Feb '16 10:46:27 PM mhj0808
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* What exactly is the nature of the position of Mary Eunice? Like at times it seems like the demon possessing her has complete control over her but at other times it seems more like it's influencing her actions more and that she's still got some form of free will even if it's just to do evil things. Some evidence to support the latter would be her recounting stories of being embarrassed in her youth to Jenny or the whole bit with "You Don't Own Me" and the crucifix.

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* What exactly is the nature of the position possession of Mary Eunice? Like at times it seems like the demon possessing her has complete control over her but at other times it seems more like it's influencing her actions more and that she's still got some form of free will even if it's just to do evil things. Some evidence to support the latter would be her recounting stories of being embarrassed in her youth to Jenny or the whole bit with "You Don't Own Me" and the crucifix.
2nd Feb '16 10:44:09 PM mhj0808
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** Perhaps he only killed a certain amount of people in each house and left some alive (which has to be it, because if he killed entire, typical 3-5 person families, the number should be ''much'' higher than 15)? And then maybe he tied up the ones he left alive so he'd have time to move to another house and kill more.

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** Perhaps he only killed a certain amount of people in each house and left some alive (which has to be it, because if he killed entire, typical 3-5 person families, the number should be ''much'' higher than 15)? 15). And then maybe then, he may have tied up the ones he left alive so he'd have time to move to another house and kill more.
2nd Feb '16 10:43:20 PM mhj0808
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** Perhaps he only killed a certain amount of people in each house and left some alive? Maybe he tied up the ones he left alive so he'd have time to move to another house and kill more.

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** Perhaps he only killed a certain amount of people in each house and left some alive? Maybe alive (which has to be it, because if he killed entire, typical 3-5 person families, the number should be ''much'' higher than 15)? And then maybe he tied up the ones he left alive so he'd have time to move to another house and kill more.
2nd Feb '16 10:41:30 PM mhj0808
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** Perhaps he only killed a certain amount of people in each house and left some alive? Maybe he tied up the ones he left alive so he'd have time to move to another house and kill more.
2nd Feb '16 10:39:10 PM mhj0808
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** Remember, the Devil has the ability to see into others' memories and desires; Satan simply looked into Mary Eunice's memories and recited them as if they belonged to him, which makes sense since he was posing as her at the time. As for the personal tone Satan took while saying all that, perhaps the Devil simply likes play-acting?
2nd Feb '16 10:34:12 PM mhj0808
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* What exactly is the nature of the position of Mary Eunice? Like at times it seems like the demon possessing her has complete control over her but at other times it seems more like it's influencing her actions more and that she's still got some form of free will even if it's just to do evil things. Some evidence to support the latter would be her recounting stories of being embarrassed in her youth to Jenny or the whole bit with "You Don't Own Me" and the crucifix.

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* What exactly is the nature of the position of Mary Eunice? Like at times it seems like the demon possessing her has complete control over her but at other times it seems more like it's influencing her actions more and that she's still got some form of free will even if it's just to do evil things. Some evidence to support the latter would be her recounting stories of being embarrassed in her youth to Jenny or the whole bit with "You Don't Own Me" and the crucifix.crucifix.
* So was Charlotte Anne Frank or not? Because how did know that, not only was Arden a Nazi, but she also knew his real name. There was no further explanation given for this at all as far as I can remember...
2nd Sep '15 6:54:27 AM mourningmusume
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** Because he's Santa Claus, of course!

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** Because he's Santa Claus, of course!course!
* What exactly is the nature of the position of Mary Eunice? Like at times it seems like the demon possessing her has complete control over her but at other times it seems more like it's influencing her actions more and that she's still got some form of free will even if it's just to do evil things. Some evidence to support the latter would be her recounting stories of being embarrassed in her youth to Jenny or the whole bit with "You Don't Own Me" and the crucifix.
9th Apr '15 1:54:30 PM Sylar
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**Presumably Mother Superior explained the situation to the driver. All she had to say was "The woman I'm bringing you doesn't belong in Briarcliff, no matter what anyone else tells you. You drive away once she's in your car."
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