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5 Haunted Places and their stories in India

If there is a God, there is a Satan. The world is full of mysteries and haunted houses still top the list. There are many places which are considered to be doomed all around the world, and India is one of the top destinations visited by paranormal investigators. Below we mention some of the most horrifying places in India:
Bhangarh Fort in Alwar: Most popular among the ASI approved haunted places in India
The place is fearful that even the Archaeological Society of India has put of warning sign for tourists entering the place beyond sunset. There is a story associated to the hauntedness that once a tantric named Singhia fell in love with princess Ratnavati. He tried to win over the princess by black magic, however before he could succeeed, she got him killed. Singhia was so infuriated by the order of the princess that he cursed the residents of the fort to die and villagers be roofless.

The Jinns Of Jamali Kamali Fort, Delhi.

This place is not considered safe at all after sunset. It is next to the famous Qutub Minar, but it is believed that Jinns reside there. There have been cases of people being slaped there and ghostly voices being heard from nearby graves. Jamali was sufi saint with Sikander Lodi, and who was kamali is still a mystry but it is believed that they were homosexual partners. It is believed that Jinns evolve out of fire and reside at abandoned places, and it is just by chance that they chose the tombs of Jamal Kamali to reside. But this has left the place with an intense feeling of fear and shock.

Down Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal

Kurseong is a hill station is west Bengal, and it’s down hill area is famous for ghosts and spirits. There have been many mysterious murders, following footsteps being heard and shadows of a headless boy being witnessed by the locals. Many tourists have also fled from the place after experiencing abnormal and haunting activites.

Tunnel Number 33, Shimla

Shimla, one of the top tourist destinations in India, is also known for tunnel no 33. It is said that this tunnel was being built by a british engineer, who could not complete it and was fined in lieu of that. His ghost haunts the place now and a couple ghost is also there, the lady screams and gives an adrenaline rush to the commuters and the man asks for a lighter.

Dumas Black Sand Beach in Surat: Only few could return to tell the tale

It is said that this beach was earlier a burial ground and then the topology of the place changed. People , when alone, hear other people talking on the beach. And most of the visitors never return back. This has been reported only by the few lucky ones who could escape back from the haunted water.

There is death after life and sometimes ghosts after death. These are just a few of the most spookiest places to visit in India. Will come back with more soon!!

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