Top 5 Most Haunted and Spookiest Places in India

Top 5 Most Haunted and Spookiest Places in India

You might have heard of various haunted places across the world and surprisingly there are a lot of such ghostly places in India as well. If we go by the ghost stories of each region in India, the list is endless. Here we have tried to short list the best and most haunted ones. So, without wasting a single minute let us quickly go through the list of The Most Haunted and Spookiest Places in India.

  • Bhangarh, Rajasthan

    Bhangarh is a place on the way from Jaipur to Alwar city in Rajasthan. The haunted ruins of Bhangarh are also listed in the most haunted places in the world. It is a place known for it’s ruins where nobody dares to stay after sunset. Going to history we find that this town was established by Madho Singh, younger brother of King Akbar’s General Man Singh, in 1631. But the city seems to have been abandoned in a hurry some centuries later. The locals say that “due to some curse the whole town was vacated overnight. It was also said that if the town was ever rediscovered, the township would not be found, but only temples would show up.” True to the story, only temples dot the landscape and even far up on the mountains only shrines can be seen. People say that nobody returned from there who stayed there after dark. 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. Also ASI has put a signboard at Bhangarh saying, “Staying after sunset is strictly prohibited in this area.” People who visit this place out of tourist interest say that there is a strange feeling in the atmosphere of Bhangarh, which causes sort of anxiety and restlessness. Many people swear by the paranormal activities witnessed in the fort area like musical and dancing sounds.

  • Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), Devanahalli, Bangalore :

    I can’t really say how far this is true, but rumor mills are abuzz about a ghost of a lady who prefers the Devanahalli Airport. Various pilots have spotted a lady in the middle of the runway taking a stroll around the cargo area or the airport lift operating on its own. Even the Taxi drivers are not spared who had found a ghost occupying the seat during the middle of the night.

  • Graveyard on Road No. 12, Banjara Hills Hyderabad

    Banjara Hills, residence of Hyderabad’s rich and famous has a graveyard on road number 12 with a reputation of some awkward happenings reported by some of the passerby. It is alleged that late in the night the streetlights switch off by themselves and there is a drop in temperature by 5 degrees. Some have complained of repeated tyre punctures. Those who had these uncanny experiences dare not take this road again ever in late night.

  • Grave of Alice Richman, University of Pune campus, Pune

    The University of Pune has a lush green campus adorned by a canopy of trees. The colonial era buildings inside the campus are the most talked about buildings for visitors from other parts of the world. On one corner of the campus lies the grave of Alice Richman a British / Australian woman of Pune during the colonial era.Her death was a mystery Some say she died of cholera, others say it was suicide and there are some who say she died in the garden while riding a horse. Whatever was the reason of her death her body was buried here. Many believe that she still prowls around her grave in a white dress.

  • Road to Marve and Madh Island, Mumbai

    A narrow strip of road with mangrove trees on both the sides leads to the Marve and Madh Island on Mumbai outskirts. The road stretch has seen many fatal accidents. It is alleged that a women in full bridal wear distracts the drivers especially during nights of full moon thus resulting in tragic accidents. Reports of uncanny activities in the dead of night as experienced by locals and staff of beachfront hotels have foxed the authorities for long.

  • The Writers Building, Kolkata

    Writers Building or Mahakaran located at Dharmatala rechristened as the BBD Bagh happened to be the residence for the junior writers of the East India Company. A place which has seen a bloodbath during the freedom movement is bound to have its share of paranormal activities. There are a lot of vacant rooms here and it is believed that spirits of British sahibs still roam here at night. According to hearsay in the late evenings, a barrage of unusual sounds is heard inside the building premises.