‘Shhhhhh….Koi hai’ at these haunted places in India!

From Bhangarh in Rajasthan to Lambi Dehar Mines in Uttarakhand, these haunted places in India narrate much folklore about how they became horrific!

Back in our childhood, we would often love to narrate horror stories in a dark room with our friends. So what if we have all grown up? We can still enjoy the horror effects with our friends! Want to know how? Well, by visiting these haunted places in India! So, pack your bags and get ready to enter the horrific places and have fun with your friends here!

1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan


Known to be one of the most haunted places in India lies in Rajasthan and is popularly called the ‘Bhangarh Fort. Located in the Alwar district, it might be so dangerous that the ASI(Archaeological Survey of India) has even barred entry to the fort in the dark. It has a legend according to which an exorcist had used some magic to seduce the princess of Bhangarh but was sentenced to death. However, before dying, he cursed the palace and locals believe this story till now! 

2. Dumas Beach, Gujarat


Can a beach be called haunted? Well, Dumas beach is one of them according to the people. It is said that the beach once used to be a burial ground and many a time, visitors take a stroll in the night listening to the voices of spirits. There have been reports of people missing in the waters and locals believe that those who don’t listen to the voices of spirits disappear!

3. Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan


Located near Jaisalmer, Kuldhara is one such deserted village that will give you chills. It is believed that around the early 1800s, the minister of state had fallen in love with a girl who resided in the village. He had also threatened the villagers to impose huge taxes upon them if they did not marry her to him. Hence, all the villagers and the people of nearby villages disappeared suddenly to protect the girl’s honour and cursed the place to be deserted.

4. Lambi Dehar Mines, Uttarakhand


Now an abandoned mine in Mussoorie once used to be an operational mine with thousands of workers. However, due to many unfavourable conditions at the mining site, many workers died and it is said that the scream of the workers is still heard by the people who visit the site. While it is hard to state the truth behind the voices, it is sure that locals speak of the same!

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5. Dow Hill, West Bengal


There is a long tale behind this haunted place in Kurseong. The Victoria Boy’s High School and Dow hill Girl’s Boarding School is said to be horrific place and the house of ghosts and spirits. Reportedly, many dead bodies have been found in nearby places of the school. Some of the people also claim that footsteps are echoed in the hallways too! Many believe that they have found a headless ghost of a young boy walking and then disappearing into the forest. No one, as of now, knows the reality behind such incidents but surely, a lot of people visit the area to witness paranormal activities, if any.

6. D’Souza Chawl, Maharashtra


Located in Mahim, in the capital of Mumbai, D’Souza Chawl is located in a populated area. However, people still claim the place to be haunted. The folklore is that a lady was drowned in the well while she was drawing water and hence, as per the residents, the lady is seen in the night and disappears in the daylight!

7. Jatinga, Assam


Apart from the beautiful things in Assam, visiting Jatinga can give you chilling effects! This place has been popular for mysterious recurring mass bird suicides. For a very long time, birds both local and migratory fall on the ground in large numbers during the months of September and October. And, reportedly, even scientists have not been able to identify the reasons for the same.

So, if you are around these above-mentioned places, make plans with your friends and have fun at these horrific places and tell us what did you see!

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