The American Horror Story Franchise Who Has Had A Long History Of Abuse And Psychotic Episodes

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Tate Langdon, is the main villain of the American’s Horror Story Franchise who has had a long history of abuse and psychotic episodes throughout his season. Tate Langdon started off as an innocent child, but in the end turned into a serial killer. The road to his first killings can be easily traced, and it all starts with the murder house itself. While the show depicts the house Tate grew up in as a supernatural hot spot for evil, when looking at his life from a realistic vantage point there is a vast amount of information to paint Tate with numerous probable disorders. Tate’s childhood starts with his mother, Constance who instilled many pressures on her son do to the fact that he was not deformed like his other siblings, who had an array of deformities caused by down syndrome, and other unknown cases. This pressure of being the “normal child” caused Tate to resent his mother at a young age. Tate’s father is rarely mentioned during the show, but what you can see is that he had a possible drinking problem, probably brought by the stress of living with Constance, who was very overbearing. Tate’s father had a similar feeling of detesting Constance, which lead to an affair with their maid. Tate’s feeling of resentment towards his mother only grew when his father mysteriously disappeared while Tate was six years old. While Constance, told her children that he ran away, she actual shot him in the head after she caught him attempting to rape the maid. This start of an unstable

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