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India's Top 5 Spine-Chilling Haunts (Part 2)


By Anu MehjabinPublished 4 months ago 3 min read

Do you happen to be somebody who is drawn to the supernatural? While most people try their best to avoid an encounter with the paranormal, there are also a significant number of us who actively seek out the adrenaline rush of being surrounded by the mysterious unknown. And while the existence of ghosts and spirits has been debated for centuries, the conclusions we draw are solely from our own experiences.

The list of haunted places in India is a long one, each one associated with chilling history or folklore. They include everything from abandoned forts, deserted villages, closed mines and spooky hotels to unlikely places such as courtrooms and schools. If you want to push the boundaries and seek out the supernatural, here are some of the scariest places in India that are must visits by all means:

Top 5 Haunted Places In India

1)Lambi Dehar Mines

2)Agrasen ki Baoli, New Delhi

3)Ramoji Film City

4)D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai

5)Bombay High Court

5. Bombay High Court

Bombay High Court

The lawyers working in the Bombay high court believe that one of the courtrooms is haunted by a vengeful tortured soul who restricts the entry of the accused into the courtroom in every murder trial. Reportedly this has been going on for almost three decades which is also best known as historical places in mumbai.

4. D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai

D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai

Even though this chawl is situated in a populated area in Mahim, Mumbai, the residents have reported ghost sightings of a lady who lurks around the area at night and vanishes without a trace once the sun is up. The locals believe she was an old lady who fell into a well while drawing water and drowned as no one heard her shrieks for help.

3. Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City

You may not know that one of the most famous film cities of India was built over the remains of dead soldiers of the Sultanate, whose restless souls haunt the film sets till today. Stuntmen get injured in freak accidents, lights go off suddenly, mirrors get marked and equipment is destroyed regularly. Women seem to be particularly susceptible and have had their clothes torn by invisible forces and gotten locked in rooms.

2. Agrasen ki Baoli, New Delhi

Agrasen ki Baoli, New Delhi

This intricately built ancient place in delhi is an architectural masterpiece and is protected by the ASI. However the locals believe it to be haunted by the ghosts and satanic demons who lurk in the shadows following visitors around. Tourists have complained about feeling an uncanny dread once they step inside.

1. Lambi Dehar Mines

Lambi Dehar Mines

Once a fully operational lime mine employing thousands of workers, the Lambi Dehar Mines of Mussoorie are now abandoned and are considered to be one of the scariest places in India. Due to hazardous working conditions, the lack of safety regulations and accidents, countless workers died in the mines and are now said to haunt the tunnels. Strange voices and screams coming from the mines are a regular occurrence here.

These are just a few of the scariest and most haunted places in India and each of them have tragic and spine chilling stories. They have become popular amongst those who are fascinated with ghosts and spirits. If you’re one of them, you know where to head to! However, do take all the necessary precautions in this regard.

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Anu Mehjabin

Passionate wordsmith crafting compelling stories and informative content. With a pen as my sword, I navigate the world of ideas and bring them to life on the page. Let's explore, inspire, and learn together through the power of words.

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