“The Fall of the House of Usher Netflix posters were the biggest clue from the start.”

There are plenty of WTF moments The Fall of the House of Usherbut there were just as many sneaky clues in there too.

Not only did each episode begin with a moment that foreshadowed each character’s fate, but it later turned out that the clues went back even further. In fact, it was all laid out when Netflix first released the character posters.


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See: Each of the posters for the various members of the Usher family clearly indicate how that person dies in the show.

Camille L’Espanaye’s (Kate Siegel) poster features a large scratch mark and bloody print, foreshadowing her death at the hands of a chimpanzee in Episode 3. Roderick Usher’s (Bruce Greenwood) is ambiguous, but the Raven’s Shadow clearly represents the deal he made with Verna (Carla Gugino), who hangs over him.

The tail of the black cat that drives him to his death is clearly visible in Leo Usher’s (Rahul Kohli) poster, while the light bars in Arthur Pym’s (Mark Hamill) poser suggest that he will eventually be sent to prison .

Madeline Usher’s (Mary McDonnell’s) eyes are gouged out on her poster, suggesting that she was blinded by her own brother in the series finale. Meanwhile, Victorine (T’Nia Miller) has probably the most obvious clue of all: a knife sticking out of her chest, which is exactly what causes her to die in Episode 5.

As one of the few surviving characters, Auguste Dupin (Carl Lumbly) has the only poster that appears not to have been tampered with. In stark contrast is the poster of Frederick (Henry Thomas), which has been cut in half – just as he was hit by the pendulum in Episode 7.

Finally, in a nod to his horrific death by acid in Episode 2, Perry (Sauriyan Sapkota) has a poster that appears to be melting and corroding. His sister Tamerlane’s (Samantha Sloyan) poster is broken, pointing to the broken mirror that ultimately impales her.

However, beyond the posters, creator Mike Flanagan hid clues in the episodes themselves.

How to watch: The Fall of the House of Usher is now streaming on Netflix.

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