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Aliases: Aggie [1]
Franchise: American Horror Story: Hotel
Notability: Minor character
Type: Ghost
Gender: Female
Location: Sweden
Status: Deceased
Died: 2015
Introduction: "Checking In"
Final: "Be Our Guest"
Actor: Helena Mattsson

Agnetha is a fictional murder victim and a minor character featured on the FX Network television series American Horror Story. She is associated with the season five storyline, "Hotel", and was played by actress Helena Mattsson. She was introduced in the premiere episode of the season, "Checking In", and also appeared in "Chutes and Ladders".

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Agnetha and her friend Vendela were two tourists from Sweden who came to Los Angeles, California in the year 2015 to check out the various attractions. They booked a room at the Hotel Cortez, but immediately regretted the decision as it was ten miles from where they wanted to be. [2]

The front desk receptionist at the hotel, Iris, took them to a room, but Aggie and Vendela complained about the smell. Iris, having grown firmly irritated with them, brought them to Room 64. This room was no better, and things grew horrifically worse when they were attacked by two blonde-haired vampire children. Agnetha and Vendela were captured by the hotel's staff and brought to a basement dungeon where they were secured in cages. They were being used for their blood to feed the vampire children that lived in the hotel. Iris made a special cocktail designed to flush the impurities from her system, making her blood more rich for the children. Ultimately however, Agnetha could not long maintain the agony of this existence, and she bled to death. Iris and the hotel's bartender, Liz Taylor, disposed of her body by dumping it down a chute into a pit at the bottom of the hotel. [3]

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