Screeching, screaming, dark, old buildings and something that is chasing you is a repeated scene of any scary movie. We have been watching such movies since childhood and heard plethora of stories as well..
- The LambiDehar mines, Mussoorie
People go to Mussoorie for the cool climates during summer and it was very popular with the British too. But in this serenity is locateda quarry mines, which now lies deserted with very have a sad history. In the early 1990s 50,000 workers died here due to unsafe work environment. This place is now completely abandoned and the locals often complain about strange noise coming from this place. Due to mountainous location it gives a very feel.
- Tunnel no 33, Shimla
There are many horror stories which have been associated with Shimla and Tunnel number 33 is one such place where the ghost of British Railway Engineer, Colonel Barog according to many people can still be seen. But the good news is it is a friendly ghost.
- Lothian Cemetery, Delhi
This cemetery is the resting place for many British officers and their families who died here nearly 200 years ago old and is known for paranormal activities. It said that many people were buried during the revolt of 1857 and we can also see a lot of unmarked graves. This place is haunted a headless ghost who was a British soldier named Sir Nicholas who gave up his life for his one sided, unfulfilled love with an Indian woman.
- Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune
This beautiful fort is unfortunately haunted by the ghost of a young prince who was viciously killed at a young age of 13. Even now many people claim to have heard the ghost of boy prince shrieking in the middle of the night and is most active on full moon days.
- Delhi Cantt
This story is for the books because even now many people say with conviction that a lady in white asks for lift from the passersbyand if you don't stop your vehicle, she starts running with same speed as you are travelling. Alsoshe would at times sticks to the boot of the car or jumps over it, leading to many accidents in this area.
- Brij Raj Bhavan Palace in Kota, Rajasthan
In the hot and sweltering heat if Kota lays the Brij Raj Bhavan Palace which has a resident ghost named Major Burton who was killed along with his two sons during the revolt of1857. The ghost of Major Burton does not harm anybody, but would occasionally slap a guard who would fall asleep during duty.
- Dow Hill, Kursiang (West Bengal)
This area is has very dense forest and this is also a hilly terrain and this place have had several unnatural deaths attributed to it. While going through this place people have reported hearing many strange voices and other paranormal events been seen by people.
- TajMahal Hotel, Mumbai
This place is one of the most popular and one of the most expensive hotels in the world. The TajMahal hotel is an iconic building in Mumbai and many people have reported to have seen the ghost of the architect, who designed the hotel. He killed himself in the building because the design for the place did not go according to the plan. They say he still wanders the corridors of this hotel.
Located in Delhi not far from one of the most happening place in Delhi Connaught Place is this beautiful piece of architecture. This structure or step well was built in the 14th century. This baoli was constructed by MaharjaAgrasen which now completely dry. According to many sources it was once said to have been filled with black water which compelledor seduced people to commit suicide. The water is said to have hypnotic power which made people drown in this place. A must see place to see during sun light.
- Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
The best and the scariest of all places is the Fort of Bangarh in Rajasthan. It is one of the most haunted places in India with unexplainable paranormal activity . Bhangarh,fortwas built established in 1613 by King Madho Singh, son Raja Man Singh of Amber. After its constrection this place was completely abandoned apparently after it was cursed by a magician. They say that the new ruler Ajab Singh, the grandson of Madho Singh, raised the palace to such a height that the shadow reached and touched upon the forbidden place. Due to this the entire place was destroyed. Even now according to local eyewitnesses, if anyone builds a house the roof collapses. Also anyone who dared to stay overnight never returned. One can see the board outside the premises clearly stating that no one is permitted to stay after dark or sunset. This order was issued by the Archaeological Survey of India which has forbidden staying in the area post sunset.