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Thursday, January 19, 2012

10 Most Haunted Places in India

Haunting in India
India is a large country and in every city, big or small, you'll find various legends and folklore about paranormal activity. The places listed on this page are the 10 most haunted places in India.

The claims and stories of ghostly apparitions have been verified by various paranormal experts, on-or-off-the-record.

If you're aware of any place in India though personal experience, which is known for its paranormal activity, please do bring it to our notice.

Forts of Bhangarh, Rajasthan

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

People say that nobody returned from there who stayed there after dark.

Indian Government Warning Signboard

Bhangarh - No Entry Before Sunrise And After Sunset

The biggest thing is that as per Govt. of India rules there has to be an office of Archaeology Survey of India (ASI) beside every historical structure in India. But even Government authorities couldn't dare to open an office there and they opened their office about one kilometer away from the ruins of Bhangarh.

Bhangarh, the most haunted place of India

VOA News

India, with its rich and long history, is full of mysteries. Perhaps none is as puzzling as what happened hundreds of years ago at a royal city in Rajasthan, now under excavation. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman went to look and has this report from the ghost town of Bhangarh.

Real account from people who're missing now

A photograph and a diary entry

"The place was absolutely dark! No artificial lighting. At all! we parked the car strategically so as make use of the car's headlamps and jumped the iron gate and, we were in. Of course, this didn't happen so fast and without a lot of discussions and thinking and some more re-thinking. Soon we were far from the car and the only luminescence in the pitch blackness was my phone flashlight. We'd gone way in and were scared to death, we'd dare not go inside the caves, there were bats. We wanted to stay away from the trees and wilderness, black panthers and snakes were common here.

The guard told us the story of Bhangarh, how a tantrik cursed the town so its inhabitants would die suddenly , he cursed- that none of the houses would have roofs over them. The guard then showed us that in fact none of the ancient houses had roofs other than the mandirs,the temples! I shit you not. And that moment, it was bone-chilling! He took us to the gate and made us leave. We left. I slept on the way and damn, I cant forget the nightmares I had that night."

Last entry:

"I woke up at 7 am to find myself in the middle of nowhere, turns out we'd lost the way back and my friend who was driving had parked the car and dozed off. Boy, he must have gone through crazy shit. But now, it was daylight, we felt safer, though we had no clue where we were and there were no people around! there was no no mobile network,so we couldn't make calls. that was still manageable, but the car? it would not start!"

A search party went looking for these boys but no success...only their car, a camera and a diary with these notes scribbled were found. Apparently, they visited the place for a night of ghost hunting.

Dumas Beach, Gujarat

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

Hindus burn their dead bodies on the beach, and this area has been reported numerous of times for its paranormal activity. People have experiences with hearing strange whispers on the beach. It's like the wind around this area is full of spirits of dead people.

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

This film city is build on the war grounds and is said to be haunted by notorious ghosts of dead soldiers. A lot of paranormal activity has been reported during film shootings. Several people have sustained serious injuries due to hauntings as well. These stories though well known are not revealed officially due to business reasons.

Read more, how invisible ghostly hands push people off the ceiling at link given below.

Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

This lavish hotel of India (sadly, now known for the infamous 26/11 terrorist attack), is haunted by the ghost of it's architect.

Hotel Savoy, Mussoorie

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

During British Rule, a Lady Orme was poisoned in mysterious circumstances, and is said to still wander aimlessly in the corridors of the hotel.

Mystery of serial killings in Mussoorie's Haunted Hotel Savoy

Report by AajTak - Hindi

Several people have been killed in Mussoorie's Hotel Savoy after a British girl was mysteriously killed by her companion. It is believed that the hotel is haunted. However, the locals believe that some super natural power is behind this.

Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

Full Moon nights are especially haunted here. It is said that this fort is haunted by the ghost of a prince who was brutally assasinated when he was 13 year old by a relative. His ghost can be heard shrieking in the middle of the night.

Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

A number of murders have taken place in the woods and that has left an eery feeling in the air here. Many locals have also heard footsteps in the corridors of Victoria Boys School during the December-March vacation.

Raj Kiran Hotel in Lonavala, Mumbai

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

One room in this hotel is particularly haunted. It's not rented out anymore, after a lot of reports of paranormal activity. A lot of people have gone through mental treatment after staying in that room. Something really scary goes on in that room during the nights which leaves people scarred for life.

d'Souza Chawl of Mahim, Mumbai

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

A well in which a woman drowned and died a very painful death is still seen around this place.

Brij Raj Bhavan Palace in Kota, Rajasthan

10 Most Haunted Places Of India

British Army's Major Burton was killed here during the battle of 1857, his ghost is seen wandering during the night

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