With casting news slowing down and filming underway, "American Horror Story" is ready to tease fans about the upcoming second season. On Friday the Facebook page for the FX show posted an odd "Special Delivery" video for fans to enjoy and question. The show has quickly followed up with a second video titled "Blue Coat," and it is just as confusing as the first.

"Don't try to escape. You're being watched," explains the caption for the haunting Facebook video. The new teaser in the viral campaign shows a nun in white walking with a button up coat on a hanger. Initially starting off in an odd color and the screen moving as if being filmed by a second party, the nun continues walking to the wall of a white room. She places a blue coat on the wall and sits down in a chair while what looks like a nun in black prays in a little corridor. When the nun in white sits down, the blue coat's sleeves extend, evoking an image of the crucifix. The white nun turns to look at the new shape that her blue coat has taken on, and then turns and eyes the camera.

With two new videos out for season two, fans are still in the dark on the season premiere date for "American Horror Story." Both clips reassure fans that the mini-series will pick up in October.

The second season for the Emmy-nominated series has gained the subtitle of "Asylum." Although the first season took place in present day at the Los Angeles Murder House, season two will breathe a whole new life into the series. Season two is set to take place in an East Coast institution for the criminally insane in the 1960's.

Returning from season one as totally new characters are Jessica Lange, Zachary Quinto, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Lily Rabe. "American Horror Story" has also tapped new cast members Mark Consuelos, Adam Levine, Chris Zylka, Joseph Fiennnes and James Cromwell, among many others.

What do you think of the second teaser trailer for season two of "American Horror Story?"