Monday and Tuesday evenings through October, the Vancouver Police Museum is offering a spine-tingly, hair-raising tour in one of the city’s spookiest buildings — the old morgue. The building, located at 240 East Cordova St., was built in 1932 and was home to the Vancouver’s coroner service and bureau of police science. Between 1950 and 1980, an average of 1,100 cases a year — accidents, homicides, suicides — passed through the city morgue. The 90-minute tours begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are non-refundable and available at Because of the graphic nature of the material, the experience is restricted to adults (18+).