"American Horror Story" is trolling its fans this season, and we love it. FX boss John Landgraf said the theme of Season 6, which starts September 14, will not be revealed in advance. He also said most of the AHS promos we've seen are fakes meant to mislead us. "One of them is accurate."

Which one?

We don't know. But we think we know. So we're probably wrong. But screw it. It's this one:Or it's not. But we're going with the Lullaby demon baby Antichrist.

FX actually just launched a sweepstakes, where fans can visit www.ahs6sweeps.com and vote for the correct teaser, which suggests the "correct" teaser is one of the six on that site. As they explained...

''[E]ach submitting fan will be asked to view six video teasers and choose which one best represents a theme from the premiere episode. Registered fans that choose the correct video will automatically be entered into a drawing for a chance to win the grand prize: An all-new 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe including an AHS car kit that will feature, among other items, custom floor mats designed with materials from the AHS Hotel set, one-of-a-kind key chain, first aid kit, and more, plus a trip for two to Los Angeles for a VIP visit to the AHS set. The correct teaser and grand prize winner will be revealed during the AHS 6 premiere episode."

The six teasers on the sweepstakes site are Post Op, Lullaby, Wind Chimes, The Shadow, Blind Date, and Camp Site.

So we're going with Lullaby, because of baby Antichrist Michael in "Murder House." Back in Season 1, medium Billie Dean Howard (Sarah Paulson) had said, "A child born of human and spirit will usher in the end of times, it is the essence of evil, a perversion of the immaculate conception." Howard had also shared a version of the Roanoke Colony mystery, and we know Season 6 will have a tie to Roanoke. And Ryan Murphy said Season 6 would have a tie to children. So we're wrapping it all together and guessing this season will focus on the baby Antichrist. 666 for Season 6.

Yes? No? We'll get answers when AHS6 premieres Wednesday, September 14 on FX.

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