At the beginning of February, American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy began teasing fans about what might be unfolding in season two of the FX hit. Murphy is back at it, warning fans of Jessica Lange's chilling return to the captivating and haunting series.

Murphy has already revealed that season one's Murder House story is in the past. The series is moving on, and a new cast (including a few returns) are coming along for the ride.

Season two is set to take place on the east coast in a horror institution. Jessica Lange, who won a Golden Globe for her role in the series as the wacky, yet very threatening Constance in season one, is set to take on a bigger role this season.

This will really be the Jessica Lange show, so I'm very excited about it, said Murphy to EW. We are designing this amazing new opposite of the Constance character for her. She and I have spoken about different things. She has a lot of ideas, and has a lot of input into her character.

Lange has been confirmed to return with three other season one cast members, but Murphy will not reveal the actors until the annual PaleyFest in Beverly Hills.

The latest season won't premiere until October on FX, but fans who want more clues of what's to come can check out the final three episodes of season one. Go through it frame by frame, Murphy had previously told EW. I planted it in there. I will never reveal it.

What do you think the clues are for season two?