10 Lesser Known Haunted Places In India You Should Definitely Stay Away From

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10 Lesser Known Haunted Places In India You Should Definitely Stay Away From

When we think of haunted places in India, the first place that comes to mind is Bhangarh Fort. Unfortunately, so many people have visited the fort to see its ghosts in action that I bet the place isn't even haunted any more. So here are some spooky places that you might not have heard of, (probably for a good reason):

1. Dow Hill, Kuresong, West Bengal

Kurseong is a small hill station situated in Darjeeling.The place is notorious for numerous unexplained murders,disappearances and paranormal occurrences. But perhaps the most terrifying story around this deceptively quiet mountain "paradise" is the legend of the headless boy. Woodcutters on the Dow Hill Road often say they see a young, headless boy walking on the road and disappearing among the trees. They say that sometimes, he chases after cars...

Source: Travelopod


2. Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan

Roughly 15 kms away from Jaisalmer, Kuldhara Village dates back to the 1200s. It was a highly prosperous village until the unreasonable demands and cruel ways of their ruler forced the people of Kuldhara to abandon their homes. But they didn't go before cursing the village to remain forever uninhabited. Since then, this location has become one of the most haunted places in India. Many have tried to take possession of this village but failed. It's almost impossible to spend the night here because of continuous changes in temperature, creepy voices and other paranormal activities.

Source: Travel Tales From India


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