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Happy Halloween! Top 3 Scariest Moments on Revenge

Though Revenge is only in its second season, we’re still anxiously waiting for a Halloween-themed episode. (Can you imagine Victoria Grayson’s costume?!) But a show this juicy doesn’t need any gimmicks to bring the fright.

There are plenty of terrifying moments from our favorite shoreside drama, but we’ve narrowed down the Top 3. Read on … if you dare!

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1) The White-Haired Man Strangling Nolan
Talk about a ghost! Nolan is watching the White-Haired Man on his security camera monitor when he realized that the time on the clocks is off. Suddenly, the WHM puts him in a chokehold from behind, causing us to drop our surf and turf in alarm.

2) Tyler Pointing a Gun at Everyone
What happens when a Harvard preppy is sent packing from his pool house abode? He comes back with some insurance. Ty Ty crashed Danny’s clambake b-day festivities (how rude) to share his shiny, new present. Is this the end of Emily Thorne? Nah, but we were still sweating bullets — pun intended.

3) Tyler Leaves Ems a Message
After months of keeping her deepest and most incriminating secrets underneath the floorboards, Emily finally got caught. Tyler had escaped from his insane asylum home to crack Emily’s super tough floorboard code and leave her a not-so-subtle message — that she would be attending the Fire & Ice engagement party. She did, but things didn’t turn out quite so well for Tyler.

What moments scared you the most on Revenge? Tell us below!

Rachel McRady is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @rachelmcrady.

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11.1.2012 / 01:04 AM EDT by Rachel McRady
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