Prepared to stick around “Ravenswood?” The “Pretty Little Liars” girls may be leaving the spooky area after the Halloween episode, but Caleb will be staying in town. With the new ABC Family show set to air after the Halloween special episode of “Pretty Little Liars,” a synopsis for the supernatural drama has leaked online.

What can viewers expect in the pilot episode? A chilling new story!

During the summer finale of “Pretty Little Liars,” fans watched as Hanna called Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) to help hack into “A’s” super computer system. The episode, “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,” concluded with her boyfriend hopping on a bus from Rosewood to Ravenswood.

According to a press release from ABC Family, Caleb won’t be leaving Ravenswood when Hanna and the others do. Instead he will stay on to help out a new friend named Miranda (Nicole Gale Anderson). But he’ll begin to regret his decision when he encounters some unwelcoming people – Miranda’s uncle Raymond (Steven Cabral) and Luke (Brett Dier), a Ravenswood local.

But while Raymond’s unpleasantness is a mystery, Luke’s animosity towards Caleb stems from a “recent family tragedy and its ensuing scandal” -- which unfortunately has his twin sister, Olivia (Merritt Patterson), wrapped up in it as well.

All of this occurs after the Ravenswood town party that Hanna, Aria, Spencer and Emily will be attending in an attempt to come face-to-face with Alison. Caleb and Miranda will witness something the night of the party that will lead them on a journey to investigate “strange and supernatural occurrences” in the bizarre town of Ravenswood.

Their journey will lead them to their first ally, Remy (Britne Oldford), a local girl who knows about the “peculiar history” of their surroundings. But what nobody knows is that the five teens – Caleb, Miranda, Luke, Olivia and Remy – are connected and Ravenswood has something “in store for them.”

You can catch the pilot episode of “Ravenswood” when it airs on Oct. 22 on ABC Family after “Pretty Little Liars.” Will you be tuning in? Let us know in the comments section!