Halloween is an awesome reminder that sometimes, being terrified can be a lot of fun -- and nothing gets our adrenaline pumping like the frights and sights around Beacon Hills.
In observance of the upcoming holiday, we've mined the adventures of our favorite supernatural teens and compiled our own mini "Teen Wolf" bestiary -- from the shapeshifters to the Dread Doctors -- to remind you to sleep with a night light:
Eek. If your friends are acting like Stiles did, tie them down. Tightly.
This guy almost exclusively exists to keep you up at night wondering if those are scales or just rosacea.
The Dread Doctors
Ah! The steampunk version of the nightmare everyone has the day before their first big surgery! Except there's a lot of them!
Just take all the horrifying things about everything else on this list and multiply it. (Also, it could explode into a pile of black goo and make you cry.) Sweet dreams!
Lydia wouldn't be scary at all if it weren't for the fact that she knows whether or not you're going to die soon -- which is very unsettling to think about.
Give a smoky, disappearing demon a samurai sword, make it incredibly strong, and then add in a dash of unrelenting violence. It's the perfect recipe for "RUUUUUUNNNN!"
Werecoyotes like Malia are basically wolves that move at super speed. Like 40 mph. So, you know, wear sneakers.
All the strength of a bear, all the blood-lust of a warrior -- and not to mention, it's wearing a suit of bone-armor. Greeeeeeeaaat.
These guys look like people until they eat people. Do we need to say more?
The idea of a fiery, super-strong hunk is kinda cool, but all the carrying dead monsters around doesn't make us feel exactly comfy.
Have you ever seen a video of what a jaguar does to its prey? Please do not. You cannot unsee it.
They're like that kid from elementary school who constantly played pranks. Except with a giant sword. Do your best to stay on their good side.
Okay, so they're not exactly monsters, but since they're the thing that monsters are scared of, they more than hold their own on this list.
Got the creeps yet? Let us know what Beacon Hills beast you love the most in the comments below -- and if you're looking for a few more shrieks, you can re-watch your favorite "Teen Wolf" episodes now before the show finally returns on Tuesday, January 5.