Bhopal is the capital city of the Madhya Pradesh. Bhopal is the city known for its ancient architectures and a variety of tourist places. Rather than hosting many pleasant sites, the city offers few terrible sight-seeing too. Yes, you got it right. There are many haunted places in Bhopal where reside a throng of otherworldly entities. There are many urban legends and stories derived from real visitors experiences. Well, why not to rest the case here and let yourself decide which of the following haunted places in Bhopal are thou going to visit. Below are the top 3 most haunted locations you should consider visiting alone-

List of Most Haunted places in Bhopal

1. Dow Industrial Complex

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Remember the disheartening Bhopal Gas Tragedy that took lives of many people? Well, the Dow Industrial complex is associated with the calamity. Well, that accident killed many people and their ghosts are claimed to remain active around that construction. However, the complex is now left in a dilapidated state as nobody cares to peep inside the mournful building.

Talking about the spooky incidents, visitors have heard creepy screams, loud giggles and that of fierce noises during night hours. In addition, few people have also encountered the flaming apparitions, that are believed to be of the innocents killed in the Bhopal gas tragedy. Whatever be the case, the stories firmly suggest us that the deceased are still wandering around the premises of what is to be called the most haunted places in Bhopal.

2. Shivpuri Fort

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The latter on this list is an ancient fort. The Shivpuri fort was constructed centuries ago by Vir Khanderao. It is situated in rural shift of Bhopal and is said to be haunted by the spirit of the king itself. Vir was a greedy and selfish king that always looked for his materialistic pleasures. During his reign, the fort was full of dancers and random women, imported from neighbour states. He spent his life with girls, wine and in outer luxury. But it seems he couldn’t finish his desires during his lifetime.

It is believed that the emperor’s soul has not yet achieved eternity and frequents the premises of the Shivpuri fort. The locals claim the king still continues his dance parties on and stays royally with his mistresses. Today, the fort is in a worn state and no one dares to step inside. The environment turns creepy after sunset and residents would recommend you not to enter during the dark night hours. The reason is- “If you see the king’s party, you will live no more.”

3. Bhoot Bangla

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Bhoot Bangla aka the ghost house is a very notorious place in Bhopal due to a number of scary stories associated with it. Most of the residents are familiar with this creepy building and would claim it as the most haunted place in Bhopal. Many years ago, few mishaps had taken place here and as a result, the deceased are said to haunt this structure.

There are a number of dark tales interlinked with the Bhoot Bangla. Pedestrians have encountered the laughing sound during the midnight hours. Disembodied apparitions, horrifying noises and feelings of being watched are some of the primary sign you would notice here. In case, you would like to investigate the Bhoot Bangla, feel free to get in touch with the Aggarwal family in the professor’s colony.

This was the list of 3 most haunted places in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. However there are many other haunted locations in the Madhya Pradesh state as well. If you know any other creepy spot in the city or want to put on your queries, feel free to comment down below. Happy Haunting !!!

Darbhanga city has a very important place in Bihar in all aspects. Be it from the point of tourist attraction or, economic importance or be it cultural values and old tales interrelated to different places. Today, we are going to dig up 3 most haunted places in Darbhanga city that is rumoured to be haunted by malevolent spirits and/or faces multiple mysterious phenomenon. Please not palpitate while we take you on a pulsating journey to these creepy attractions in Darbhanga.

Locality Near the Kankali Temple

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The Kankali temple is known for its mighty Goddess Kaali. In Hindu mythology, Goddess Kaali is known for its surprising powers and her anger. It is considered as whoever visits this temple and prays from their true heart is bestowed with pleasure and fulfilled desires. It is located within Darbhanga Fort and is interlinked with an ancient story.

In classical times during the reign of Darbhanga King, this very temple was built for attaining the glory and prosperity of the Darbhanga Kingdom. By every passing day, the emperor was attaining fame for his good deeds and the dynasty was jovial. One fine day, king’s astrologers found some grah-dosha in his kundli and notified the emperor about the same. The only option to get rid of that futuristic problem was to please the Goddess by giving human sacrifices.

Within few weeks, a huge number of slaves were offered to Goddess Kaali to save the endangered ruler. A well was dug up and the remains of the forgone bodies were pushed in and covered later. This crucial act had saved the king but could not save the partition from being haunted. It is believed that the area around the temple is possessed with those malevolent spirits that trouble visitors. In an early report, a pregnant woman faced miscarriage after visiting the locality while few other pedestrians have noticed spooky noises during midnight. Due to the old tales and ghastly occurrences, this locality is named among the most haunted places in Darbhanga.

Haunted School, Darbhanga

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There is a school that is known for its creepy environment and ghost tales. Here we can’t utter its name due to some defamation issue but, of course we can take you to a real tale about the same. Let’s get started.

Well, after stepping in the main hall, you can easily point out the stage a height above the floor. It is rumoured that, the podium was previously a gallows stage where the criminals were hanged to death. During Darbhanga king’s dynasty, accused who were found guilty in nasty crimes were sentenced to death and it is believed that this was the place where they were kept before death and hanged on the pre decided dates.

When you would take a look at the structure of the prime building, you would be amazed to see a zigzag crypt built all over the ground floor. The believers would say, it was used to keep corpse and criminals in a peculiar environment. There are a lot of incidents that the hostler kids had suffered in the past and we would name few of these.

During dark night hours, there take place a lot of scary incidents to freak out the bravest soul of a children. The hostel keeps children upto class 10th and many of them have their story to narrate. One of the children speaks about how he saw a white apparition in the generator room while he was returning from mess at 10 PM while the other speaks about his fear from unknown vibes spread throughout the hostel.

In the late silent hours, hostler kids have claimed to hear creepy noises beneath their floor like, sound of footsteps, noise of felling of desks and murmuring voice all those hours. An additive element to the spookiness is a peon shamim whose elder brother committed suicide by the application of a gun whose soul is said to still wander in the premises. The creepy list of heart throbbing incidents continue to happen in its own pattern. Due to a lot of horrifying incidents, we place this spot among most haunted places in Darbhanga. It is similar to creepy ghosts at top haunted places in Rajasthan where you can encounter evil.

Haunted Structure, Bhandaar Chowk

The Bhandar chowk is located near Kathalwari, Darbhanga, There is a worn structure beside a bushy pond that is claimed to be haunted. According to locals, a decade ago, a drug addict took heavy dosage of cheap wine and lay unconscious in that very building. He got no proper attention and died by the next morning. According to reports, his spirit is still said to wander around the structure and pond area. Today this building stands dilapidated and taken no care of. During night hours, locals have said to experience spooky vibes and chilling sensation while passing through the road beside this building. If you are a horror fanatic, you might like to step into this weird infrastructure that is listed among 5 most haunted places in Darbhanga.

This is the list of 3 most haunted places in Darbhanga. Suit yourself up gentlemen before you take a visit to these spooky locations that would give you chills. Happy Haunting !!

Assam is a place famous for natural beauty and cleanliness. It hosts many a tourist places and is known for the variety of natural attractions it hold. But beyond the sky high mountains and waterfalls, there are few haunted places in Assam that are super creepy. Here are the 2 haunted places in Assam that has been the matter of interest for horror fanatic people out there.

Haunted Places in Assam

Mayong Village, Assam

"Mayong" is crafted from a sanskrit word "Maya" that means illusion. Mayong itself is known for its tradition of hosting black magic and rituals. Everyday many people who are applied with black magic visit here to get rid of that. According to urban legends, here exist wizards that transform men into animals through black magic. The skills are transferred from one generation to another and thus, is in a way preserved. If you desire to meet with the mysterious traditions, you may head to the Mayong central Museum to unleash the old practices.

Jatinga Valley, Assam

Jatinga valley is not among the most haunted places in Assam, for the direct reason. Instead, it is remembered for the weird happenings down here. The jatinga valley came into limelight after Dr. E.P.Gee, a famous naturalist made it appear towards the rest of the world. He shown that, during the months of September and October, many migrant birds fly here at full pace, strike with the massive buildings and tall trees and lose their life. This mystery has not been resolved yet. If you are a mystery solver, try your luck in here.

This was the list of haunted places in Assam. If you know any interior spooky places in the state, feel free to connect to us on Facebook. Thanks.

There exists a dilapidated Fort in Shivapuri that is known among the most haunted places in Madhya Pradesh. Once upon a time, this historical construction used to be very lively one. But now, people can’t even dare to pay a visit here in afternoon- leave alone the midnight hours. Locals have reported of hearing anklet noises during night hours that can be heard from a distance.

This 2100 years old royal fort has many mysterious happenings. With the sunset, all the spirits around this fort gathers at the centre. Whoever witnessed this even during midnight hours died under mysterious circumstances. Well, today in this post we are going to tell you about the Khanderao fort and its creepy happenings. So, Get ready to explore the most haunted place in Madhya Pradesh that will give you chills.
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haunted places in Madhya Pradesh- Khanderao Fort

The Khanderao Fort is located near a small village pohri in Shiva Puri. This place was quite anonymous for a long period of time until the media published the ghastly happenings going in there. People who does not believe upon paranormal do also consider this fort a hub of supernatural activities. Previously, a school was used to operate here but it was shut down after children experienced spooky encounters.

This fort belongs to brave Khanderao who organise a grand ceremony with his female dancers every night. In dark, spirits take over the whole construction and if anyone, by mistake stuck inside this forest, they have to compromise their lives. Well, there is a related story behind existence of numerous souls inside this fort.

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According to rural legends, centuries ago this place was the residence of Khanderao but post his death, no family could ever live there. It is believed that, a family when decided to occupy this fort, the ladies were possessed by evil ghouls. They were treated later through black magic. Few residents claims of a treasure that is being protected by a crowd of ghosts. But, the truth is still unveiled and the khanderao fort is waiting for one who frees it from possession.

It was a dark Night. Darkness allured all the negative creatures lurking around. It could afraid the bravest but not him, the lonely man who was on his way back to home after working a long 8 hours call.

Raju is a 23 years old young boy who travels 3 hours to reach his workplace. He is from a village, Tomb Sin, that would mean as creepy as he himself. Due to hours of hard physical work embedded with mental stress and lack of nutrition, he looks like a 40 years old man. His skin has wrinkled, bones feel as obvious as the appearance of sun in a blue sky and his cheeks has popped within to meet the inner jaw. Well, after so much hardship, he has one and only desire and that is to, work hard and keep his family alive.

Family constitutes members together and give all of them a goal... an aim to work together and shift to the above gear, to a better living. But, Raju was living for his grand mother. A well grown old lady that is swinging between life and death and everyday, her desire to accompany her grandson seems to keep her alive. They have a hut to the another side of river that crosses through a dense forest. A forest where the villagers would burn their deceased or, bury them.

That is a regular part of Raju's life. His train would arrive to that station just before the midnight and he would cross the forest, swim down the river and reach the hut where his grandmother awaited her.

But, that was a dark night, dark enough for the hands to get access to each other. Raju kept wandering and lost his way. He was not afraid for the forest did not host any wild creature. There were many a ghost tale about that dense trees but he never believed them. After an hour of wandering, he chose to take rest on a tree and leave this forest next morning. He soon fell asleep.

A dark halloween night- scary tale

It was a halloween night.... nights where the evil creatures become powerful enough to bestow a treasure of wish to their followers and, fetch out the lives of the non believers. During such a night, everything sparked in a moment and wind blew out of nowhere. In between thunderstorms, Raju was able to see a thick banyan tree flying to his direction. The next moment, as the tree came closer, he saw an old lady with thick nails sitting on that tree. She got off and started digging the soil. The very next minute, she had hold corpse of a young beautiful girl.

"Ah! months of possession and now you are mine. I take your soul today and also the glitter of your fresh skin, for how old I have been."- murmured the witch.

Soon she began to enchant few lines that possibly were to plead the Satan. Raju was frightened deep inside and was careful enough to hide inside a dense branch of the mango tree he was upon.

Few minutes later, the corpse was alive. She stood up, her eyes looked red blood and hideous.

"Tonight I will give your soul to satan and receive a gift of boundless beauty and youth. Lay down"- commanded the ferocious woman.

She followed the orders as her soul was hypnotised. The witch closed her eyes, on the way to completion ceremony.

Raju, who was spectating this scenario had an idea of saving this girl. He had heard from her grandmother who once told her a story in which a prince saves her princess from a witch. The story concluded how the prince looked behind while running and later was killed by that witch. But, Raju had all the plans in his mind. He slowly got down the tree, moved towards the living corpse and lifted it on his shoulder and started running towards his destination.

Within a moment, the witch realised the incident and got furious. She was so anguish that her face turned black and her nails dropped off. She started screaming on Raju to leave the girl and she would let him go alive. Raju did not stop. Neither did he looked behind. The hideous witch tried to allure him with so many physical glow but it seemed he turned deaf for that moment.

That day, he had swim that river faster than any other day. Very soon he reached his house, put that girl on his bed and started to treat him from the Ayurvedic medicines he had. It took him 5 hours to bring that girl back to the consciousness. He was so enchanted that he did not care his grandmother was not home.

Few hours later, one of the woodcutter started screaming and called the villagers to that creepy, evil jungle. Out of curiosity, Raju told the girl to rest and left for the forest to unleash the amazement.

His grandmother stayed there, beneath a very thick unrooted banyan tree. Her face was black and nails tore apart.

My grandfather once had a very strange experience. This happened in the 1960s in rural India. 

My grandparents lived in a small village in a house made of mud and bricks. Across their front door was another house which remained closed all the time. A reclusive widow lived in this house who seldom interacted with anyone else in the village. This woman had a problem, a serious one. She was susceptible to possession. In India, there's this belief that a person born under a certain astrological sign is more prone to supernatural interactions. This poor woman was one of them.

Every night, this woman would get possessed and unearthly screams could be heard from behind her closed doors. Nobody knew what happened inside.

One night, the screams became too horrifying. Dual voices could be heard, along with gurgling sounds and high pitched shrieks. The villagers mustered their courage and decided to check. They lit up their fire torches as there was no electricity back then, and they all gathered at her door. The screams grew more and more tormented at this stage. The strongest of the lot kicked down the door with a few tries, but as soon as the door opened, the screams stopped. 

Needless to say, everyone was super creeped at this point. Since my grandfather was an elder, everyone looked to him for leadership. He slowly inched his way inside, holding his torch up high. The flames of the torch illuminated only enough space for my grandfather to take one small step at a time. As he inched forward, he heard a sickening sound. A crunching, slurping, gurgling sound. They all froze.

My grandfather slowly moved the torch in the direction of the sound and there she was, sitting in a corner, wearing bloodied clothes, hair dishevelled. An overpowering stench overcame all of them. She was sitting in a pile of filth. She was biting and tearing the flesh off a young hen which had had the misfortune of straying into her house. Blood and guts spilled from her mouth as she gnawed on the raw carcass of the poor bird. 

She then suddenly stopped and slowly made eye contact with my grandfather. The whites of her eyes were a feverish yellow and her lens were ash grey in colour. My grandfather remembers those eyes to this day. Then, before he could react, she lunged at him with unnatural speed, and bit him straight on his thigh.

My grandfather woke up with a scream, sweating and panting. Yes, this was a nightmare, but it wasn't just any nightmare. As my grandfather reached for the jug of water he always kept by his bedside, he felt a sting in his thigh. He grabbed an oil lamp and held it over his thigh, and lo and behold, the bite mark was there, distinct and green.

Needless to say, this freaked out everyone in the village. The villagers performed holy rituals to keep the negative energy at bay and they just sort of learnt to live with the haunted house amidst them. The villagers never ventured out after sunset, or anywhere close to the house, even during the day.

Eventually, with time the screams died and so did the woman. The authorities removed the widow's self mutilated body from the house. The house was demolished and burnt. Traditional rituals were performed to calm the spirits.

My grandfather still shudders when he thinks of that woman, especially her eyes.