As viewers of The Vampire Diaries already know, Mystic Falls is an unusual town; one filled with creatures that often go bump - and bite - in the night.
Therefore, we can't even imagine what the town must be like on Halloween. Fortunately, we won't have to: tonight's new episode is focused on All Hallows' Eve.
What can fans expect on "Haunted?" A scene that made Katerina Graham (Bonnie) cry, according to Kayla Ewell (Vicki), who told TV Guide:
"It's going to be one of the most shocking moments of television and you don't want to miss it."
We won't, don't worry. Here are a few more excerpts from Ewell's interview with the publication:
On Vicki's transformation: "It was really fun to find out that I was becoming a vampire because I was the first to make the transition. The second thought I had was, "Oh crap, I have to do this now." I talked to some of our producers, and asked what some good movies to watch are.
"One I watched was Interview with the Vampire, to actually study how they bite people and suck their blood. You have to grow the fangs, so your gums are aching. You have to go through all the things that you're feeling physically because you're completely changing. I've never played anything animalistic before, so this has been such a fun stretch for me."
On what sort of vampire Vicki makes: "My take is that she's a bad vampire. Whoever you are as a person is [magnified] by 1,000 when you turn into a vampire. I'm a mini-Damon, only a female version."
On Matt Davis as Alaric: I'm such a fan. His character, Alaric, comes in as the new teacher because the teacher died. Damon killed the first teacher that everyone hated. [Davis] comes in as the super-hot teacher that all the kids are obsessed with. He starts to date Jenna. No one realizes that he is a vampire slayer.