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Top 10 Haunted Places In India

Top 10 Haunted Places In India

Do you believe in ghosts? If not, then you might start believing in them after reading this. Science does not believe in things that are not evident, but it is also not able to prove how certain things happen or the science behind them. People have often experienced things that are unexplainable and supernatural. Some haunted locations in India might make you believe in them or kill you. This article will warn you not to even roam around India’s most haunted places. Let’s dive into the list of the most haunted places in India.

Here are the top 10 haunted places in India

1. Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal

Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal

This place is located around 30km away from Darjeeling, which is on the list of the top five most haunted places in India. It’s one of the places where paranormal activities occur not only at night but during the day as well. Most people tend to lose their senses or kill themselves after visiting Dow Hill. People have witnessed the headless ghost of a young boy roaming around the forest area, whereas others have seen a pair of red eyes staring at them from the forest. 

2. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort is situated in Rajasthan and does not need an introduction as it is the most famous haunted place in India. According to the Archeological Survey of India, this fort has been declared haunted after the sun sets. This fort is said to be cursed. No one can stay even a night in this place, which is shut down after 6 p.m. There are strict rules regarding this place. Anyone who tries to visit this place at night does not return

3. Three Kings Church, Goa

Three Kings Church, Goa

The Three King Church is located in Goa and is known to be haunted by the spirits of kings. It is known that two kings were killed by a rival, and later, due to public outrage, the one who killed poisoned himself, and the church is known to be haunted by the spirits of the kings. People living around the place have experienced paranormal activities and have heard the noises of screaming. 

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4. Lambi Dehar Mines, Uttarakhand

Lambi Dehar Mines, Uttarakhand

The Lambi Dehar Mine is situated around 10 km away from Mussoorie. It is now abandoned but was functional at one point in time. Due to the bad working conditions and lack of proper safety, many workers died in accidents. Now these places witness strange noises and screams coming from the mine. The workers died a painful death, and people have reported paranormal activities around the area.

5. Dumas Beach, Gujarat

Dumas Beach, Gujarat

Dumas Beach lies around 20 km away from Surat, Gujarat. This place was once a graveyard, which has now turned into a beach. It is suggested to not visit the place after dark, as several spirits haunt the place because it was a graveyard earlier. People who have tried to stay overnight have either never returned or have experienced supernatural powers in the place

6. D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai

D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai

D’Souza Chawl, located in Mumbai, is the area where people still live. It is famous because of the stories of a well. A woman was trying to take out water from the well, and unfortunately, she fell inside it. She screamed for help, but no one could hear. It is believed that she still roams near the area at night. There are no reports of deaths around the area, but a woman is seen walking at night and disappearing in the morning.

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7. Shaniwar Wada Fort, Pune

Shaniwar Wada Fort, Pune

Shaniwar Wada Fort is one of the most popular tourist sites, but it has a dark side too. The fort was built by Bajirao for his wife Kashibai, and it was a centre of Marathas and Peshwas till independence. Nana Saheb’s younger son and successor, Narayanrao, was 16 years old, and his uncle Raghnathrao was in charge until he became an adult. Raghnathrao’s wife was jealous and killed by dumping into the river. People still hear his noise of screaming and seeking help.

8. Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

Ramoji Film City is known to be built over the dead bodies of the sultanate soldiers. It is believed that their souls are still not resting in peace, and people have witnessed paranormal activities in the film city. People working there have felt the presence of spirits around them, including actors, stuntmen, spot boys and more. Equipment gets destroyed on a regular basis. People get locked in rooms. It is the horror place in the city that never sleeps.

9. Writer’s Building, Kolkata

Writer’s Building, Kolkata

The Writer’s Building is one of the most haunted places, as this place has witnessed paranormal activities since the era of independence. People working here have heard scary noises and giggles from some of the rooms inside the building. Many rooms in the building haven’t been opened to date because of the spirits of the people who once lived here.

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10. Terra Vera, Bangalore

Terra Vera, Bangalore

Teera Vera is located in Bangalore. It is a mansion that was once a house for EJ Vaj and his daughters Dolce and Vera in 2002. It is believed that Dolce was killed and buried in the house. People witnessed scary noises from the house, and even the sound of a piano was heard. Some investigation officers have stated that they saw the headless statue of Jesus Mary inside the house. It is known to be one of the most haunted houses in India.


These were the top 10 most haunted houses in India. People have witnessed paranormal activities, heard scary noises and even seen ghosts in these places. It is recommended that one not mark their visit in these places, especially after it gets dark. Those who have visited these places after the sunset have faced the consequences or have never returned. Let us know if you want the list of the most haunted place in Goa, and we’ll get it for you.

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