Top 10 Haunted Places in India

Haunted Places
Aakash
Aakash
People love to visit haunted places to experience some fun and thrill. But it is also at the same time risky for them to be in that haunted place. People must never visit these places at night until they are out of their mind. Here are some places which you must visit but not after the sun is down. 

 
1. GP Block in Meerut
 
Source – http://hauntedindia.blogspot.in/2014/02/gp-block-meerut.html
 
GP Block of Meerut is well known for its haunted stories. Many people have said that they have seen 4 ghosts sitting on the roof and drinking beer with a candle light. Also they have seen many times a girl coming out in a red dress.
 
2. Delhi – Delhi Cantt
 
Source – http://realghostories.blogspot.in/2013/05/delhi-is-haunted.html
 
Delhi Cantt has a area full of trees and bushes. Most of the time, people have a seen a lady in white sari asking for lift. If you don’t stop your vehicle she will start running at the same speed of your vehicle and will even reach ahead of the vehicle. But she has not harmed anyone till now.
 
3. Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune
 
Source – http://soumitrapattnaik.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/kaka-mala-vachwa-the-legend-behind-the-haunting-of-shaniwar-wada/
 
The story of this fort is that it is haunted by a prince who was many years ago killed at the age of 13 by his own relative. His ghost can be heard crying in the night.
 
4. D’Souza Chawl of Mahim, Mumbai
 
Source – http://hauntedindia.blogspot.in/2013/08/dsouza-chawl-mahim-mumbai.html
 
It is said that a woman fell into the well while getting water. Many people have seen her ghost near the well. 
 
5. Dumas Beach, Gujarat
 
Source – https://theinsight.co.in/top-ten-spookiest-places-of-india/dumas-beach/
 
This area has been reported numerous times to be having many paranormal spirits. People have reported experiences like hearing strange whispers. Some tourists have been even known to have disappeared while taking walk on the beach at night.
 
6. Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal
 
Source –  http://hauntedindia.blogspot.in/2013/08/myths-legends-of-dow-hill.html
 
Many murders have taken place in the Dow hill of West Bengal. People have reported to have listening the footsteps of someone walking. Many people have also reported that they have seen a young boy without head running in the woods
 
7. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
 
Source – http://forum.xcitefun.net/bhangarh-fort-india-supernatural-ghost-town-t78260.html
 
Bhangarh Fort was abandoned soon after it was built because a magician cursed this fort. People who have houses says that whenever they build any rooftop, it collapses. People who have stayed their for a night have been reported missing. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) sign board put up there says, “Staying after sunset is strictly prohibited in this area.”
 
8. Agrasen Ki Baoli, Delhi
 
Source – http://hauntedindia.blogspot.in/2014/03/agrasen-ki-baoli.html
 
Agrasen Ki Baoli is the popularly know monument in Delhi. Local tales of people say that if a person drinks the black water of the step well present their, they are hypnotized and they commit suicide in that well.
 
9. South Park Street Cemeetry, Kolkata
 
Source – http://feluda.net/category/the-feluda-books-and-stories/gorosthane-shabdhan/
 
This cemetery is the oldest in the city which was constructed in 1767. As per the reports, four friends visited this cemetery at night and clicked a group photo of themselves. After that many weird things started to happen with each of them. The one who clicked he picture had an asthma attack and surprisingly he was not an asthma patient. 
 
10. Vrindavan Society, Thane, Maharashtra
 
Source – http://hauntedindia.blogspot.in/2013/08/vrindavan-society-thane-mumbai.html
 
It is believed that a man committed suicide in the building. An incident in the past proves that this society is haunted. The security guard was sleeping at the time of his duty during the night and he was tightly slapped by the ghost. 
 
So are you going to visit any of these place but be aware don’t ever visit them at night.
 
 

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