It's almost time for Halloween, and you don't want to miss out on the creepiness that Toronto's Historic Sites have got in store. Haunted High Park 2019 is back in full force this year with a theatrical séance, stories of ghost sightings, and much more. You'll be able to tour the historic 19th century home of the park's founders, John and Jemima Howard, and even visit their tomb.The event will take place at the Colborn Lodge, which was built in 1837 and is located at the south side of the park. John Howard was one of Toronto's first architects, and he donated High Park to the city of Toronto.\n"The evening explores Victorian ideas about death, dying and the afterlife as well as ghost sightings and other paranormal activities in and around the museum. Guests witnesses a theatrical recreation of a Victorian séance, complete with the trickery, sleight of hand and showmanship that enabled spiritualists to contact the departed," says the Facebook event.\nThe event will be taking place from October 18th until the 30th every day of the week except for Mondays and Tuesdays.\nView this post on Instagram Hope you got your tickets to Haunted High Park. The ghost stories and haunted walks start tomorrow through next weekend. Spooky! . . . . . . #babypoint #bpsouth #toronto #westend #events #highpark #halloween #haunted #hauntedhighpark #ghoststories #walk #dark #local #forsale #realestate #homes #locationlocationlocation A post shared by bpsouth - Urban Homes (@bpsouth_toronto) on Oct 18, 2017 at 8:53am PDT\nLegend has it that Jemima Howard still frequents the premises, and ghost sightings have been reported in the past. To hear more about the urban legends and tales, get your tickets for $32.50, you can visit their website here.\nView this post on Instagram Inspired by historical superstitions and traditions, our Seance show at Colborne Lodge as part of their Haunted High Park event, is taking place beside the historic tomb of John and Jemima Howard at the south end of High Park in their Coach House - reportedly haunted as well. #haunted #haunt #highpark #hauntedhighpark #toronto #tohistory #seance #victorian #museum #eldritch #eldritchtheatre #horror #theatre #show #tour #performance A post shared by Eldritch Theatre (@eldritchtheatre) on Oct 11, 2017 at 6:32pm PDT\nLast year's was a total success. Who wouldn't want to learn about what went down in Victorian-era Toronto? Some of the details are so spooky.\nDid you know that human hair wreaths were so popular back in the day that you could order them from the Sears catalogue? So creepy and weird!\nView this post on Instagram Rehearsals for our upcoming Seance show at Colborne Lodge are coming along with the help of the resident ghosts... Skelly is making undead friends. #eldritch #eldritchtheatre #colbornlodge #highpark #toronto #tohistory #seance #victorian #history #torontohistory #plaque #ghosts #skeleton #skull #ghoststories #hauntedhighpark @tohistoricsites A post shared by Eldritch Theatre (@eldritchtheatre) on Oct 16, 2017 at 11:18am PDT\nThis minor detail will be only a fraction of the weird history you'll learn about on this walking tour, so don't miss out. There is so much to uncover about Toronto history that we had no idea about.\nSee you there!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.