It’s cold, rainy, grey, and the dark storm clouds over Provincetown is the perfect backdrop for Season 10 of American Horror Story.  Pilgrim.

A great time to get a peek into where this season is filming and the house that might be an integral part of the Season 10 Pilgrim.

Click here to find out what is know about the celebrities joining this season and what we know about Pilgrim.

The House &  Barn

The filming started a few days and ago and the town was all abuzz about what locations were scouted in a town where every house has a history, a story, a ghost, and potentially demons of past generations who grew up in a town once know as “Helltown”.

The mystery has been revealed at filming trucks and crews pulled up in front of one of the oldest untouched original house in Provincetown.  A rich history in this house can not be understated.  Huge, stately, and with a barn in the back that is know to be where the workshop connected with the Rose Dorothea that currently resides in the Provincetown Public Library. The Rose Dorothea, in 1907, despite losing her fore topmast in the final leg of the Lipton Cup race, the Rose Dorothea, with her crew from Provincetown, won the race by 2 1/2 minutes, beating the schooner Jesse Costa.

The History:  Building Provincetown by David Dunlap

For more history on the house and the workshop and house go to our friends amazing history book on Provincetown “Building Provincetown”.  A must read for anyone interested in Provincetown, history, and architecture.  Here are 2 links specifically on the property. https://buildingprovincetown2020.org/94-commercial-street-2/.  and https://buildingprovincetown2020.org/94-commercial-street/

The Filming

More Photos of the House and Location

 

 

Photos courtesy of David Dunlap and Realtor Brandy Salvador @ Gibson Sothebys.