- Bhangarh – Ajabgarh, Rajasthan
- The Shaniwarwada Fort – Pune
- GP Block – Meerut
- Dow Hill in Kurseong – Darjeeling
- Kuldhara – Rajasthan
- Jatinga – Assam
- Agrasen ki Baoli, Hailey Road – New Delhi
- Mukesh Mills – Mumbai
- Kalpalli Cemetery – Bangalore
Bhangarh – Ajabgarh, Rajasthan
Bhangarh, Rajasthan is one of the scariest places in India to visit, in addition to being one of the most abandoned places in India. However, this tag has not perturbed visitors from making frequent trips to this ghost town.
The Shaniwarwada Fort – Pune
The Shaniwarwada Fort in Pune is a historical delight in addition to being one of the ghostly places in India. In fact, there are many who are of the opinion that the story that is associated with this fort is one of the most chilling stories. Lauded for its architectural brilliance, this fort has witnessed various strange occurrences.
The mysterious story surrounding this fort talks about how a young prince was brutally murdered by one of his very own relatives in the fort. Therefore, his spirit still haunts the place and in the night, sounds of him shrieking almost violently can be heard. There are many locals who actually camp at night on the fort grounds just to hear that little boy’s scream for help. A chilling story indeed.
GP Block – Meerut
GP Block in Meerut also makes it to the list of one of the places in India that is subject to paranormal activity. It should be noted that this place, though considered as one of the abandoned places in India, is not very well known or frequented by many people. Despite being relatively unknown, there have been sightings of ghosts on a number of occasions.
Dow Hill in Kurseong – Darjeeling
Dow Hill in Kurseong, Darjeeling may not necessarily be considered as one of the abandoned places in India but it can surely be one of the most haunted places in India. This small township is famous for some of the best boarding schools in West Bengal. The Dow Hill Boarding School for Girls is at the center of supernatural activity by all accounts.
Kuldhara – Rajasthan
Kuldhara is a village in Rajasthan that is said to be haunted. There is a horrifying evil aura in this town. According to the legend, residents who had dwelled here for centuries vanished overnight. Since 1800’s this village has been deserted.
Jatinga – Assam
Mass suicide has always managed to freak us out. Imagine walking on a road and watching birds fall to death. These are mass suicide committed by birds. Jatinga a village in Assam has witnessed this paranormal phenomenon for years.
What is creepier is the fact that this happens only on no-moon days between 6.00 PM to 9.30 PM, during the months of September and October. It is also said that these bird suicides happen only on a stretch of 1 mile by 600 ft land.
Many have tried to explain this occurrence through theories, but none of them have been convincing. This unusual happening intrigues several travellers and researchers.
Agrasen ki Baoli, Hailey Road – New Delhi
The Agrasen ki Baoli, is an age old step well located on Hailey Road in New Delhi.
According to the sources, people who have visited this Agrasen ki Baoli claim that something invisible followed them and the faster they ran the quicker it chased.
Mukesh Mills – Mumbai
Mukesh Mills is one of the most famous haunted places in India. Due to a disastrous fire at the mill, in the year 1980 it was shut down. Since then it has been deserted. This place came to limelight when the film industry started using it for shooting horror movies. But the cast and crew of these movies started witnessing paranormal activities.
Kalpalli Cemetery – Bangalore
The Kalpalli Cemetery is situated on the Old Madras Road in Bengaluru. It is also known as St. John’s Cemetery. The sources state that, those who traverse on this road have come across a ghost like entity at this cemetery.
They claim that a human figure is often seen on prowl at the cemetery. If you are a weak hearted person it is advisable that you keep away from this cemetery.
Source – thrillophilia