10 Most Nerve-wracking Haunted Places in India 2024

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan is India's most haunted place, forbidden after sunset due to a curse by Guru Balu Nath. Villagers claim buildings collapse, and those who enter at night never return.

Dumas Beach, Gujarat

Dumas beach has a lot of paranormal activities that take place and weird sounds of screaming have been reported by the locals living.

Lambi Dehar Mines,Mussoorie

Once a bustling mine with over 5,000 workers in the 1990s, this site near Mussoorie shut down due to safety issues and fatalities. Now a ghost town, it is known for strange sounds at night.

Tunnel no. 103, Shimla

Tunnel 103 is the last tunnel towards Shimla at the end of the line. It is believed to be haunted by a British gentleman’s ghost who likes chatting up individuals passing by the tunnel.

Brij Raj Bhawan, Rajasthan

It has the ghost of the Sepoy Mutiny which is still active, the ghost of Major Charles Burton who was killed in the revolt of 1857 against the British.

GP Block Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

Visit GP Block Meerut at your own risk. It's said to be haunted, with reports of a woman in red on the rooftop and four men drinking inside.

Karkardooma Delhi Court, Delhi

At sunset, spirits at Karkardooma Delhi Court awaken. CCTV footage shows paranormal activity and a shadowy figure. Though harmless, their presence is strongly felt.

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

One of India's largest film studios is said to be haunted by soldiers' spirits from the Nizams' era. Actors and staff report strange voices, doors opening by themselves, and writings on mirrors.

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, New Delhi

This place is overshadowed by stories of djinns, who live in the dark corners of the fort and mainly prey on young women while they are alone. Screaming voices from the graves can also be heard.

Writer’s Building, Kolkata

Once a graveyard, Writer’s Building, Kolkata has reports about scary cries of people, rattling of windows on windless nights and sound of heavy marching boots at night.

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