Nov. 17, 2020

6 Very Haunted Sites in India

6 Very Haunted Sites in India

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In this episode, the case study is India. India has 6 sites...


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In this episode, the case study is India. India has 6 sites that has years of multiple reports of ghostly encounters and today we will take a close look at them to determine the level of spookiness and if the haunted reports are high enough to be considered a hot bed to avoid or go visit if you are a supernatural enthusiast.

Baytakhol, Goa

Goa is the party capital of the country. Nights are alive in the state with hundreds of people on the streets. However, there are those few roads that eerily contrast the vivid makeup of Goa. Baytakhol is one such road.

Tunnel 33, Barog, Shimla

Amongst the scenic beauty of the mountains is a tiny tunnel named after the British engineer Captain Barog, hired to originally build it under the British rule. This tunnel is considered to be haunted by the ghost of the engineer, who is often considered to be seen around the site.

Call centre on MG Road, Bangalore

This one might make you question your routes while travelling in Bangalore at night. The area around the call centre on MG Road is considered to be a haunted space due to the gruesome story attached to it

Savoy Hotel, Mussoorie

One of the popular sights to be considered haunted in India, Savoy Hotel in Mussoorie even inspired mystery author Agatha Christie for her first novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920).

Ranchi Jamshedpur National Highway 33, Jharkhand

Apparently, prayers are not enough to get you safely past this road. Many actually offer their wishes at the Van Devi Temple in Jamshedpur in order to ensure safe passage.

Hahim Picnic Spot, Assam

A haunted picnic spot sounds like a frame right out of a horror movie you don’t want to be in. This is the exact situation at hahim picnic spot in Assam.

Reference source: https://www.outlookindia.com/outlooktraveller/explore/story/69956/ghost-stories-of-6-spine-chilling-haunted-sites-in-india

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