On the twelfth day of murder house, we’ll be slaughtered by…

A formerly breathing doctor

One stillborn baby

One long-suffering queen

One toasty abandoned family

A mopy emo teenager

The actual Black Daliah

Two broken babies

A damaged teen school shooter

An emotionally broken girlfriend

Two fighting boyfriends

One crying socialite 

One maid of fury

Two nursing students

A pair of tragic blond twins

And a freak in a leather mask

It’s time, Killer Queens. We’ve come to the very end of Murder House. But don’t worry, there’s still blood to be spilled. There are still twists in the story, and knives to twist in backs.

Ben is alone in the house now, and his family isn’t talking to him. Vivian is around, of course. But she wants Ben to move on. She wants him to take the surviving baby and get out of the house. The very thing she’s been trying to do for a very long time now.

The thing she’ll never be able to do, now. 

But poor Ben, he just wasn’t fast enough. And Hayden has no intention of letting him escape that easily. 

There’s a lot of loose ends to tie up this episode. What’s to become of the baby who lived? There’s been a series of ghouls waiting to steal him. But who is going to end up with him? Vivian deserves to raise her baby, of course. But a Murder House is hardly the place to raise a little boy. 

At least, not a living one. There was that other baby, of course. The one that Nora slipped away with. She’s had days and days to play mother with him. But she wasn’t the most patient mother. 

It seems like the residents of Murder House have come to a tentative peace. The Harmons got exactly what they’ve always wanted. They’re a family again. And even though they’re dead, they might even be happy. 

Of course, then there’s Marcy. She’s still got a house to sell. So what if the last two families she sold it to died. Like, literally everyone she’s ever sold this house to has died. The next family will be fine. There’s no way she’s just constantly shoveling new victims into this house to be physically and psychologically tortured to death. 

If there’s any justice in this world, Marcy will be selling that house for eternity. Honestly, if there’s a monster in this series besides the house itself, it’s her. 

That’s the real moral of the story, Killer Queens. Realtors are the real enemy. 

We’ve come to the end of the story. Our main characters are happy, even if they’re dead. And Constance got what she’s always wanted. But of course, we know the old lesson about being careful of what you wish for. 

I hope to see you back here on Tuesday. We’ve got another story to begin. Let’s now close the door to the Murder House, and head to the Asylum. 

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