Meet 'Bloody Face' in 1st photo from American Horror Story S2

Well, that didn't take long. Just a few hours after joining Twitter, American Horror Story showrunner Ryan Murphy has let loose the first set pic from the much-anticipated second season of the FX horror anthology. So—who is Bloody Face?

The pic shows off co-star Adam Levine standing beside an aged brick wall in what appears to be some type of underground corridor. The weirdest part? A creepy red graffiti face on the wall with the words "Bloody Face" scrawled below it.

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What does it mean? We have no idea. But, for what it's worth, here is Murphy's tweet for reference:

"AHS exclusive: Two of our stars who started shooting today - - the multi-talented @adamlevine and Bloody Face!"
Season two premieres this fall (likely October) and will be set at an insane asylum in the 1960s. Levine plays half of a couple dubbed "The Lovers," along with recent addition Jenna Dewan.

The full cast includes Jessica Lange, Chloe Sevigny, Franka Potente, Britne Oldford, Chris Zylka, Lizzie Brocheré, Joseph Fiennes, James Cromwell, Mark Consuelos and Clea Duvall. And, apparently, Bloody Face.

What's your take on our first peek behind the scenes of season two?

(Via TV Line)

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