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Grave Tales at Fort Langley Opens A Haunted Village After Dark Just To Scare You

Are you brave enough to explore a haunted village at night? If you are ready for some real scares, then head to B.C.'s most spine-tingling after-dark adventure. Grave Tales at Fort Langley is returning just time for Halloween and you better not be afraid of ghosts.

Less than an hour from Vancouver, you can test your courage on an eerie tour for adults only. This fall, the historic site's popular event is back from Thursday, October 8 to Friday, October 30, 2020.

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For two hours, you will roam in complete darkness led by only a candle-lit lantern, and hear stories of the area's chilling past.

Travelling through the resting place of the dead, you'll discover the darker side of many landmarks. It is even possible you might see one of the local ghosts.

Unlike other Halloween activities you've tried, this one truly is spooktacular. As it isn't for kids, the guide won't hold back on their ghoulish tales.

Can you imagine standing in a cemetery at night? It sounds like a scene from a paranormal horror film that will test even the bravest of souls.

Even if you've attended in the past, you'll want to return and try it again. You'll be able to look forward to a new route and stops for the 2020 season that will be outdoors only.

As such, you'll want to dress warmly and have flat footwear.

This year group sizes will be kept smaller, with a limit of 10 people per timeslot. Plus, everyone will need to wear a mask, and physically distancing will need to be maintained.

Tickets will be sold online only for $22 per person and be available as of Friday, September 25, at 9 a.m. PST.

It is time to plan who you are going to invite to join you. There will be a limited number of nighttime spots available for 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Grave Tales

Price: $22.00

When: Thursday, October 8 to Friday, October 30 

Address: Fort Langley National Historic Site, 23433 Mavis Ave., Langley City, BC

Why You Need To Go: Take your friends on a ghost tour this fall and find out who's the fraidy-cat in your group.

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