Is Evan Peters Working With The 10 Commandments Killer? 'AHS: Hotel' Is Bringing All The Murderers Together

The time has come for things to start making sense on American Horror Story: Hotel , and answering who the 10 Commandments Killer is seems like the perfect place to start. For weeks, a serial killer has been running rampant, and John has been the one fighting to solve the case. But, as the old proverb goes, two heads are better than one, meaning the 10 Commandments Killer might have an accomplice to steer him (or her) down a deadly path. But who on American Horror Story: Hotel would be interested in providing his/her services as a killer sidekick? Probably someone who we already know has a "knack" for killing.

According to TVLine, not only will the episode "10 Commandments Killer" reveal the identity of the namesake killer, but it will also reveal that the killer "has an accomplice with a knack for getting away with murder (after murder after murder after murder…)."

While we don't technically know who the 10 Commandments Killer is yet, I'm leaning towards John being the murderer. Not only is he someone you'd least expect — working the case and all — but he was invited to Mr. March's serial killer dinner (aka Devil's Night) at the Cortez. The only people in attendance were notorious serial killers... and John, which might be the most obvious clue Ryan Murphy has ever thrown at us in this twisted universe.

But who is the person with a "knack for getting away with murder"? There's one person that comes to mind, and that's the heartbeat of the Cortez, Mr. March.

It makes sense that Mr. March would be exercising his killer instincts along side the 10 Commandments Killer. When John started investigating the murders, he immediately linked them to the killings of Mr. March back when the Hotel Cortez was built. Mr. March had a reputation for being against religion, so it would make sense if he assisted in murders that brought to life the 10 Commandments.

It would also answer why John was invited to Devil's Night. He was the only non-killer at the table. But if my theory is right and John is the 10 Commandments Killer, then of course he should be invited to such a soirée. But how would Mr. March know that John was a serial killer? Unless ghosts are all-knowing beings, Mr. March would have to be his partner in the murders.

While I don't think Mr. March is the one that is doing all of the killings, I think John was right when he connected the 10 Commandments murders to Mr. March early in the season. If Mr. March couldn't perform the murders himself — since he isn't exactly waltzing around Los Angeles — he'd need someone to assist him in seeking his holy revenge.

I'll take that drink now.

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