Top 5 Haunted Places In India(Part-2)

Prerit Sharma
Jun 14, 2019   •  36 views

Continuing from the first part, in this we will be seeing next 5 haunted places in India and the story related to them.

6. Tunnel Number 33:

Location: Shimla(kalka train route)

Restrictions: There is no restrictions,it is regular route of train kalka.

Story: Captain Barog, a British engineer,killed himself as he failed to build this tunnel. Out of humiliation he killed himself which was done by the Britishers. Locals claim to have seen a woman screamingly running into the tunnel and then vanishing. His spirit is rumored to roam in the tunnel and have friendly conversations with those who see him.

7.The Mansion On Residency Club Road :

Location: Pune

Restrictions: No one goes there

Story: Resisdency Club is famous and quite expensive. It is said to be haunted by the spirit of an elderly lady who was murdered in her own home which is this mansion. People and passersby claim to see a shadowy figure of an old lady gazing out of the window. She even screams for help,her screaming can be heard. It is said that the old lady hasn't left the house yet.


Place: Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Restrictions: Abandoned since the 19th century.

Story: The story is one night in 1825, all the people of Kuldhara and 83 nearby villages vanished all of the sudden.The mystery is quite intriguing. Despite the fact that a story discusses Salim Singh, at that point clergyman of state, who began to look all starry eyed at the excellent little girl of the town chieftain. He compromised the townspeople of tremendous charges, should they neglect to get him wedded to her. The head of the town, alongside those of the close-by 83 towns, chose to relinquish their towns. It is likewise said that the townspeople, before leaving, curded the town that nobody would ever occupy the land.

9.Dow Hill:

Place: West Bengal

Restrictions: Prohibited to visit at night

Story: As indicated by local people, unnerving phantoms live in the little slope station of Dow Hill and the nearby Victoria Boys School. Number of accidents and murders have taken place in this forest. The worst amongst all is one of a headless boy, who roams around in the forest and follows people. Constant shrieks, laughter and footsteps can be heard in the school when no body is around.

10.Mukesh Mills:

Place: Mumbai

Restrictions: No as such restrictions.

Story: Worked in 1870, this plant is a famously creepy area. Shut down after a huge flame during the 1980s, the plant was left in a weather beaten, spooky state. Presently a noteworthy shooting area for Bollywood films, a few stars and group individuals have professed to be observer to paranormal movement in specific zones of the factory. Some have sworn stay away for the indefinite future to the spot and some try to wrap up their work before sunset.