Does horror really agitate you instead of sending a chill down to your spine? You must have not missed a single horror movie, hoping to live the thrill of it one day. What, if I say it’s possible. Though, India has many cultural stories to tell, there are some real spooky ones also. Some of the places even highlight a warning notice at its entrance. We have listed down 10 most haunted places in India for the ones who do not get terrified by the mention of ghosts. India is well known as a land of mysteries. You will come across a number of haunted places that will raise your curiosity to explore them without being uninformed about the historical facts behind it. These 10 most haunted places in India are full of obscurity and weirdness. So, now without wasting a lot of time, let’s quickly roll on to the 10 most haunted places in India.
Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan is the first place that comes in mind when we think of haunted places in India. The extreme spookiness of the fort has top listed Bhangarh fort in the chart of haunted places in India. Bhangarh is a place in Rajasthan that is well-known for its ruins. It is a place where no one dares to wait after sunset. A quick glance at history reveals that Madho Singh established this town in 1631; however the place seems to be deserted in a hurry after some centuries.
Dow Hill, Kuresong, West Bengal
Kuresong is a hill station located in Darjeeling. This place is tarnished for many unexplained disappearances, murders and mystical incidences. However, the most terrifying fact of this quiet mountain is the myth of the headless boy. Woodcutters here frequently sight a headless, small boy walking on the streets and the suddenly disappearing amongst the trees. They even say that this boy sometimes chases the cars.
Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan
This was a very prosperous village. However, the wicked ways and unfair demands of their ruler forced the people of this village to abandon their habitat in the past. The villagers went away however, cursing the village to remain uninhabited forever. This place has been rated as one of the haunted places since then. People tried to reside here, but couldn’t even spend a night because of creepy voices, continuous changes in the temperature and other mystical activities.
The Lambi Dehar Mines,Mussoorie
This abandoned town was once heavily populated. It is said that many vehicles lost their way near the Lambi Dehar while driving. Trucks and cars met fatal accidents and steered off unnaturally. A helicopter crashed recently while flying over this place. People believe that a witch resides here.
Malcha Mahal Delhi
This decrepit Malcha Mahal houses only two occupants, Prince Riaz and Princess Sakina. This sibling pair did not bury their mother who committed suicide, but mourned for ten days. Then the body was cremated and the ashes were kept in a crystal vial. Since then, numerous people were reported missing who tried to get in.
National Library, Kolkata
This is one of the spookiest places, where you can still hear the footsteps of the governor’s wife in the hall. The guards are indeed afraid to work on night shifts here. 12 laborers lost their lives when the old block was renovated just due to an accident. Students have lost their lives while searching for a book due to unnatural causes.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai
People say that the ghostly form of a tourist stops the vehicles passing by in the evenings, asking for a lift. This is a true fact insisted by the forest guards, so better avoid giving lifts to anyone in this place.
Lothian Cemetery, Delhi
This is the oldest burial ground dating back to 1700s. Even during the day time, the cemetery appears to be quite spooky with tombs all around. It is said that the place is haunted by ghosts; the most horrifying one is the soul of a British soldier. People have sighted him walking with his head held in the hands on a clear moonless night.
Dumas Beach, Gujarat
This place was a Burial Ground of the Hindus that is swarmed by miserable spirits. Many people have vanished from this beach inexplicably without any answer to the question ‘How’? People have experienced abnormal activities here, out of which some fortunately managed to come back with terrifying stories whereas some just disappeared from the planet.
D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai
This is one of the most haunted places in India. Actually a woman fell in the well while getting water and she died crying for help. People fear that her shadow follows one and it might utter their name asking for something. These are the top 10 most Haunted Places in India you should never dare to visit. Be careful, if you go here with a strong heart and good luck!!! Image Credentials: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10