The big party weekend may have passed, but there are scares aplenty in Vancouver all the way into November:
STANLEY PARK HALLOWEEN GHOST TRAIN: A spine-tingling ride into the world of classic monster movies. Until Nov. 2 at Miniature Railway Plaza in Stanley Park (off Pipeline Road). Free to $11 at Ticketmaster.ca or on site. Also, check out the SPES Creatures of the Night lantern-lit walking tour.
DUNBAR HAUNTED HOUSE: Sadly, this is the final year for Vancouvers scariest decorated abode. This years haunt showcases horrific moments in ancient, medieval, and modern history. Until Oct. 31 at 8934 Shaughnessy. $5-$10.
HAUNTED VANCOUVER TROLLEY TOUR: Murderous tales and infamous ghost stories brought to you by the Vancouver Trolley Company and the Vancouver Police Museum. Until Oct. 31 from Canada Place. $40 at 604-801-5515 ext 100.
MURDERS, MYSTERY & MAYHEM WALKING TOUR: Stroll through Vancouvers grisliest murders and most shocking unsolved crimes. Nov. 1 and 2. Meet at the fountain behind Vancouver Art Gallery (750 Hornby). $26 at TourGuys.ca.
LOST SOULS OF GASTOWN: Forbidden Vancouvers adventure through our earliest and most gruesome history. Tours depart opposite Holy Rosary Cathedral, Dunsmuir & Richards. ForbiddenVancouver.ca
HALLOWEEN AT FLYOVER CANADA: The flight simulator is given a (family-friendly) Halloween twist. Until Nov. 2 at Canada Place. $9.95-$16.95 at FlyoverCanada.com.
FRIGHT NIGHTS AT THE PNE: Six haunted houses, 14 rides, and 66 scarers. Until Nov. 2 at Playland at the PNE (enter E. Hastings & Windermere). $22-$35 at FrightNights.ca.
ZOMBIE SYNDROME: Interactive roving theatre adventure in which participants race against the clock to save humankind from a zombie plague. Until Nov. 3. $25-$50 at ZombieSyndrome.com.
JUDGE DEE & THE CHINATOWN HAUNTED HOUSE: More than a dozen actors, musicians and dancers transform Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden into a terrifying haunted house.Until Oct. 31. $10-$12 at TicketsTonight.ca.
HAUNTED HOUSE AT CHOICES: Drop by Choices Markets Kerrisdale location (1888 W. 57) will be transformed into a spooktacular setting Oct. 31; net proceeds benefit Stepping Stone Preschool. 6:30-8:30pm
NO MEMES NO: Halloween party and group art show inspired by the internet; guests are asked to dress up as their favourite meme. Oct. 31 at Hot Art Wet City (2206 Main). $5-$10 at Eventbrite.ca.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK: This infamous ghost play opens Halloween night with costume party. Oct. 31-Nov. 16 at Little Mountain Gallery (195 E. 26th). $20 at BrownPaperTickets.com.
THE RIO GOES DARK. VERY DARK: The Rio Theatre has lined up a killer selection of movies. Various dates until Nov. 28. RioTheatre.ca
SPOOKULELE BALL: Win prizes for best costumes (most frightening, best couple theme, most sassy) and join Ralph Shaws Ukulele Night. Nov. 19, St. James Hall, 7:30pm. $8. RogueFolk.BC.ca
For young Trick or Treaters... Mount Pleasant BIA members are offering free treats from 3:30 to 5pm on Oct. 31. Look for businesses with a special Halloween poster in the window. From noon to 5pm on Halloween, kids are invited to drop by the West Broadway BIA tent at Broadway and MacDonald for a free treat bag and map of participating trick-or-treat businesses. Donations of pet food for the BC SPCA welcome.