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Better starts brewing that pot of coffee, Ravenswood fans.

You're not going to want to close your eyes because ABC Family's spookiest series is coming back to the small screen and the second half of its freshman season is sure to give us weekly scares and nightmares. The winter premiere of Ravenswood is less than a month away (Tuesday, Jan. 7!) and we've been counting down the days until our favorite ghostly drama comes back into our living rooms.

To get you ready for all the thrills and chills of Ravenswood's winter season, we've snagged you an exclusive first look at the premiere episode, plus goosebump-worthy scoop about how the deadly curse was created.

Life is but a dream? More like a nightmare! We've all seen that Remi (Britne Oldford) is the queen of the sleepwalkers, but did you know that her terrifying dreams are actually trying to show her something?

In the Ravenswood premiere episode, entitled "Revival," Remi learns how to take control of her dreams and discovers shocking information regarding who and why the curse was created. (It's a lot like Inception, but a lot more terrifying.)

We're going to tell you a lot more about the curse right before the premiere, but for now here are three things you need to know:

1. Original Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) and Miranda (Nicole Gale Anderson) were there when the curse was cast, but they couldn't do anything to stop it.

2. The ceremony used to create the curse was both extremely creepy and chilling.

3. Not everyone in Ravenswood was on board for the creation of the curse, but two very important (and very familiar!) descendants were instrumental in creating the fatal arrangement.

Take a look at our exclusive clip above to see the beginning of Remi's journey before she unveils the secrets of the Ravenswood curse.

The winter premiere of Ravenswood airs Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 9 p.m. on ABC Family.

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