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Top 5 scariest places in India

by Piyush Kumar Singh
on 2017-01-24 17:17:46

1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Built in the 17th Century, this fort is still believed to be the scariest of all the spooky spots in India. It is trusted that Bhangarh was reviled by a wizard and soon after the condemnation; more than 10,000 people living there were killed. The ghosts of a princess and the wizard still meander the spot. This spot is off after sunset.

The stronghold's story was highlighted on a show as well, and obviously those on-screen characters that were a part of the show had some scariest knowledge whilst shooting.

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2. Grand Paradi Towers, Mumbai

One of the swankiest neighborhoods has a tragic story of suicides to tell. In the first place, Vasadeo and Tara Dalal finished their lives taking after provocation from their child and girl in-law Balkrishna (48) and Sonal (45) on June 14, 1998.

The child and little girl in-law were captured and were battling a court case. Be that as it may, soon they too alongside their 19-year-old little girl bounced to death. Post this as well, there have been suicides at this spot. There's no clarification regarding why such a large number of individuals from the same building resort to suicide!

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3. Dumas Beach, Surat, Gujarat

This shoreline is popular for its dark sand as well as its otherworldly exercises. This shoreline was utilized for cremation by Hindus. Apparently, the voyagers who visit this shoreline can hear voices yet can't see anybody. What more! The voices instruct them to go where they originated from! Attempt a midnight walk around the shoreline on the off chance that you need. Cautioning: There have been reports about individuals who went on the shoreline and stayed away forever!

4. Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

The fort might be a historical site, yet it is spooky as well. A youthful sovereign was ruthlessly killed here, by his uncle! Before kicking the bucket, he'd race to his uncle's chamber, shouting, 'Kaka Mala Vachva.' (Save me, uncle!) These shouts can at present be heard on a few evenings and the dead sovereign's desolation is certain to make one's teeth gab.

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5. Sanjay Van, Delhi

This sprawling forest is as far as anyone knows Delhi's most spooky spot. Individuals have reported seeing a woman in white saree (yes, the Bollywood film style) running at the rate of an auto and abruptly vanishing like a phantom close to the cremation ground here. Maintain a strategic distance from this spot, after dull!

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