7 Most Haunted Places In India

  • Bhangarh FortIt is not only the most haunted place in India but it is included in the top haunted places of the world. Situated in rajasthan, people are told not to stay there at night.

  • Kudhara Village RajasthanThe villagers staying there for more than eight centuries vanished in a single night and never returned. The spirit in the village destroys a person who tries to inhabit the land and property there.

  • Sanjay Van Delhi–  People have witnessed a lady in a red saree who appears suddenly and vanishes as soon as the one who sees her starts panicking.

  • Delhi Cantonment Area– Delhi cantonment area is also known as haunted place its spookiness after mid night. People talk about a women in white saree, often asking for lift, sometimes even chasing the vehicle and catching up its speed.

  • The Lambi Dehar Mines, Mussoorie The mines were shut after half a million workers died coughing blood due to improper mining conditions. Rapid occurrences of accidents and unusual deaths have also made this place spooky.

  • Savoy Hotel, Mussoorie– Lady Garnet Orme was found dead in one of the rooms of the Savoy hotel under mysterious circumstances and is supposed to haunt it ever since.

  • Tunnel 33, Shimla– The task of construction was given to a British engineer named Captain Barog who failed to complete it. He was later fired from the job, mocked and driven to depression. One day he went into the tunnel and shot himself. Apparently his ghost still haunts the tunnel but is a friendly one. Locals also recount seeing a woman run screaming into the tunnel and a man asking for matchsticks to light his cigarette.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. arv! says:

    Interesting list. have been to Bhangarh and blogged about it on my blog, as well

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    1. Hi. can you mail the link to me, so that we can interlink the article? so can link my to you bhangarh post

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      1. You can copy my link and add to you post too. 🙂 Will add yours by the end of the evening

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