The first five, of ten, episodes of this season are surprisingly low-key, intertwining "real" documentary interviews of two haunted house survivors, Matt and Shelby, with "recreations" of what they experienced. The next four episodes are about the follow-up show, "Return to Roanoke: Three Days in Hell", which puts the real-life people together with the actors who portrayed them. What the real ghosts are like and what happens to these people is far far worse than presented in the first half of the series. There's elements of everything from AMITYVILLE to THE RING toTHE HILLS HAVE EYES. It's brutal. The final episode has the show's only survivor doing a live interview on television with Lana Winters (who was a main character in AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM). Although the writers were very clever in spoofing American Reality Television I enjoyed this season the least.