MOST SPOOKY PLACES IN INDIA

Sakshi Nagar 19-11-2022 03:40 PM Adventure

Many places in India have had tragic deaths and accidents. These include forts, deserted villages, modern and old hotels, schools, libraries, courts, and many other places. Scary incidents started happening in many places like this, due to which these places came to be called Haunted. We have heard many times unimaginable incidents about these places. We remember fairy tales but forget the incidents of ghosts. Today, we are telling you about such scary places in India, where you will start trembling because of their mysteries.

1. BHANGARH FORT - RAJASTHAN

The Bhangarh fort located in Rajasthan is considered to be the scariest place in India. Just thinking about this fort, people get lost in fear of whining. Bhangarh is a haunted fort in a forest. According to the local people, in the olden times, a Tantrik had fallen in love with the princess of Bhangarh. He tried to get that princess with the help of black magic but the princess got a clue about his conspiracy. The princess got that Tantrik finished. That Tantrik died while cursing the fort and after that this Bhangarh fort became cursed. It is prohibited for people to enter this fort after sunset. Roofs are not made in the houses built around this fort, if the roofs of these houses are made then they crack or break.

2. JATINGA - ASSAM

The Jatinga Valley of Assam is full of exquisite and picturesque views, but it is one of the creepiest places in India. Many migratory birds die mysteriously here in the months of September, October, and November. This incident happens on the night of the new moon, birds come here but never return from here. People attribute the death of birds to ghosts, devils, and dark forces. But scientists say that due to very heavy rains, the birds get wet and they have to face trouble in flying. Due to the strong winds, they lose their balance and fall down and die after colliding with the trees.

3. RAMOJI FILM CITY - HYDERABAD

You must be thinking that ghosts are present only in old ruined places, then your thinking is wrong. All You Need to Know About India's Biggest Film City - Ramoji Filmcity. Many ghostly incidents happen in Ramoji Filmcity. The presence of ghosts has been recorded in many hotels here. People living around here say that in the place where Ramoji Film City is built, many lawbreakers were given severe punishment and sometimes death sentences. In this film city, people have experienced many scary activities like seeing shadows, windows, and doors opening and closing on their own. Girls and women suffer the most due to strange incidents here. Many times, in the shooting, the light man and the shooting staff are pushed and dropped, due to which they also suffered serious injuries.

4. SHANIWARWADA FORT - PUNE

Shaniwarwada is the largest fort in Maharashtra, here the Peshwa kings had authority. Many types of horror incidents have happened in this fort. Many times, people hear the sound of moaning during the night. In ancient times, there was a 13-year-old prince named Narayan, who was killed by being thrown over the walls of the fort on the orders of his aunt. Since that time the spirit of the prince is wandering here, in the night scary screams can be heard. Every full moon, this place becomes extremely eerie and scary as the spirit of the prince comes to take revenge of his death. That is why no one enters this fort after sunset due to the fear of death. Anyone can go there and hear creepy sounds, even you.

5. TUNNEL NO. 33 - SHIMLA

There are many tunnels on the rail line going from Kalka to Shimla, but the most creepy and scary tunnel number 33 is the most haunted tunnel in India. The soul of the engineer who shot himself right in front of this tunnel wanders in this tunnel. During the British period, a British engineer named Colonel Barog was appointed to build this tunnel. The colonel inspected the mountains and started making tunnels from two different ends. According to the colonel's estimate, the tunnel was to be found in the middle, but the estimate was slightly wrong and the tunnel could not be found in the middle, although this often happens, still, the British government imposed a financial penalty on it. Due to the loss of their hard work, the laborers told many wrong things to the engineer, due to which the engineer was mentally broken. One morning he committed suicide by shooting himself in front of the tunnel. People buried his body there and since then the sound of moaning of that engineer is heard in that tunnel. People put an iron door in the tunnel and locked it, but later that lock was also found broken, and since then it was not locked. You can go there and hear the pained reverberating voices of that engineer.

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