A haunted trolley tour is taking you to Vancouver's scariest locations

Sep 20 2018, 12:12 am

A haunted trolley tour is returning to Vancouver this October, and it’s looking to show you the spookier side of the city.

Hosted by Westcoast Sightseeing, guests are invited to ride a San Francisco-style trolley to some of Vancouver’s eeriest and most bone-chilling locations.

Highlighted spots of the tour include Gastown’s “blood alley,” Stanley Park, the Vancouver Police Museum, and the Mountain View Cemetery, among others.

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The Vancouver Police Museum/Westcoast Sightseeing

Scary stories of some of Vancouver’s most famous landmarks will be shared, like the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s lady in red, the babes in the woods at Stanley Park, and the Castelanni Milkshake Murder.

This year’s haunted trolley tours take place from Friday, October 12 to Wednesday, October 31. The tours are approximately two and a half hours long, and begin at 5:30, with subsequent tours leaving every hour after.

Anyone attending is recommended to dress warmly and bring an umbrella or hat – part of the tour includes a walk through a cemetery.

Tickets are available online for $55, anyone attending must be over the age of 13.

Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tour

Where: The tour begins at Canada Place – 999 Canada Place, Vancouver

When: Friday, October 12 to Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Time: Tours take place every hour from 6:30 to 9:30 pm

Tickets: Available online for $55

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