'PLL’s Season 6 Teaser Looks Insane

by Jennifer Still

Guys, I have exciting news: Pretty Little Liars Season 6 is upon us. While we still have to wait a whole month to find out what's going on in Rosewood and frankly, I'm getting a little impatient. Aria, Hanna, Emily and Spencer — plus Mona — need to get far, far away from Charles and his insane dollhouse, and as we already know, there are going to be some serious repercussions when they do. Things are going to get DARK, which is basically what we're all waiting for. While we're still biting our nails, ABC Family has finally decided to throw us a bone in a new promo for the Season 6 premiere episode, entitled "Game On, Charles". And let me tell you something: it's absolutely terrifying.

Look, there's nothing scarier (to me, anyway) than horror that's based not on ghosts or monsters, but on real life psychotic people. The trailer features basically every element of my worst nightmare: a hooded figure whose face you can't see, ominous messages scrawled on the walls, screaming, weird security cameras... I mean, need I go on? If the "Game On, Charles" preview is anything to go by, we're in for an AMAZING(ly frightening) Season 6, and I can't wait.

Here are the 7 scariest (and most exciting) moments from the Pretty Little Liars Season 6 promo. You've been warned!

Is that ASHES on the ground?!

I mean, come on. Ashes on the ground can only mean one thing: someone was killed there and then BURNT INTO DUST. I mean, right?

Nothing says insanity like rocking back and forth repeatedly

Oh, and did I mention she's also singing that creepy 'Hush Little Baby' lullaby to herself? CREEPY!

Why is that door slamming shut on its own?!

Sorry, but doors don't just SLAM SHUT by themselves unless there's something evil at play and frankly, I'm also sorta terrified about why a sheet is doubling as actual clothing here. WHAT IS HAPPENING?

Someone's going to kill someone and I don't like it

Okay, whoever's doing the killing here needs to be caught, and whoever wrote that message needs to be found because the fact that the victim didn't finish the word "me" tells me that the killer may have succeeded and I'm a bit worried.

WHY are they being watched?!

Why would anyone need to watch the girls unless they were a) creeps and b) needing to keep an eye on them to ensure that they didn't escape? This is never a good thing!

Someone is imprisoned and we need to get them out!

Why is whoever's sliding food under the door not helping the prisoner escape? It just doesn't make sense!

Please stop with all the games

No more games? That sounds like a relief. Let's get this whole thing over with because it's driving me crazy! We need to get away from Charles!

Watch the "Game On, Charles" teaser below and try not to freak out.

Image: ABC Family