Haunted Trolley Tour offers bone-chilling journey through Vancouver streets

Tours run Oct. 11 to 31

Care for a scare?

The Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tour is returning to the city this Halloween season with plenty of bone-chilling tales and spooky locations.

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As the trolley winds its way through shadowy Gastown streets, a host will tell the gruesome tales of The Castelanni Milkshake Murder, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s Lady in Red and more. The tour also travels through Stanley Park, which is especially eerie on a cold, autumn night. Guests will hear about the tale of “The Babes in the Woods,” and the trolley will wind its way through the roads and mansions of Shaughnessy.

Following this, the trolley drives past eerie locations and guests will hear gruesome stories about Seaforth Armory, Sylvia Hotel and Leg in Boot Square. The tour also stops to visit Prospect Point in Stanley Park and Mountain View Cemetery in East Vancouver where troubled spirits are said to lurk in the darkness. Here, guests will walk through the cemetery to visit the graves of some of the souls that have been featured throughout the tour — you never know who you may bump into along the way.

Outdoor attire is highly recommended, such as comfortable walking shoes, wind resistant jackets and umbrellas. Due to graphic content all guests must be at least 13 years old.

For more information visit westcoastsightseeing.com.

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