If you’re one of those people who enjoys having the living daylights scared out of them, but you’re tired of experiencing the regular haunted houses and attractions in Toronto, then we’ve got an event that will surely pique your interest.
The Toronto Islands will be hosting a bone-chilling haunted Halloween-themed tour this fall that will explore the Toronto Island’s dark past.
This fall, you’re invited to head to the Island and experience Spooky Lagoon presents: Murder at the Lighthouse, where you’ll spend an evening listening to true island tales as told by an 85-year-old island resident, Jimmy Jones, who is the “Unofficial Mayor of Toronto Island”.
Jones’ terrifying tales will include stories of a 107-year-old sunken ship, Babe Ruth, hurricane Hazel, diving horses, the decimation of a unique community, and the story of Toronto’s most famous ghost, J.P. Radelmüller.
So if you’re looking for an event that’s unlike anything you’ve experienced before, the Murder at the Lighthouse is the perfect event for you.
When: Weekends in October (5-8, 13-14, 20-21, 27-31) with boats departing every 10 minutes from 175 Queens Quay West
Where: The Toronto Island