Grave Tales in Fort Langley

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Do ghostly tales of spirits walking amongst us give you major goosebumps? Us, too – and we love it. We have been meaning to check out Fort Langley’s Grave Tales for several years now. Thanks to an invite from Tourism Langley and Vancouver, Coast and Mountains, we joined a small group for a preview of this year’s tours.

Grave Tales Historic Walking Tours are hosted by Fort Langley National Historic Site. They tell tales of lingering spirits of Hudson’s Bay Company workers who apparently have unfinished business on Earth.

The narrator walks with you, guiding you through cemeteries and sharing hauntingly interesting history of Fort Langley’s people and buildings. The tour ends up at the Fort Langley National Historic Site, possibly the most haunted, eerie part of the tour. Our guide, Aman, shared his own shocking experiences with us; two of the tales even too haunting to tell inside of the building!

So many of our favourite local spots are home to the most fascinating paranormal claims! Remember Little White House? Totally haunted.

This liquor store? Highest employee turnover in the province. Wanna know why? We’re not ruining the surprise! Book a tour! It’s so much fun!

Tour dates and times are as follows:

October 6: 7pm and 8pm
October 12-14: 7pm and 8pm
October 18: 7pm (French tour)
October 19-21: 7pm, 8pm and 9pm
October 20: 7pm (youth tour)
October 26-28: 7pm, 8pm and 9pm

Tours are designed for those ages 17 and up. One youth tour will be offered on October 20th at 7PM, suitable for teens.

Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring comfy footwear as the whole tour is set outside and you will be walking throughout Fort Langley village. Guests are invited to bring along their own lanterns, to add to the ambiance. Tickets are $15.10 and can be purchased online. Annual pass holders will save 20% when you book by phone: 604.513.4777.

Grave Tales
www.vtixonline.com

We were treated to dinner at Beatniks Bistro in Fort Langley before we headed out into the night. Here’s a preview of what you can expect at this family-run Fort Langley bistro. One word: AH-MAZING! We will be sharing more about Beatniks with y’all soon, but don’t wait for us. Go there! Their Fall menu is mouth watering and their cozy restaurant is a perfect pre-walk experience. 

Beatniks Bistro
www.beatniksbistro.com
9194 Glover Road, Fort Langley 



Contributor: Kristi Ferguson

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One Response to “Grave Tales in Fort Langley”

  1. kelsey says:

    Hello I’m kelsey, me and my friend went to fort Langley cemetery I was about 11-12 years old it was about 3am and not lying but in the back yard of that church I saw a white figure coming up from the ground I looked at it with the corner of my eye then I just had to look front view I saw a huge figure I screamed and ran back to my friends house freakin out I haven’t told anybody about this can someone help me

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