If spooky stories of ghosts, witches and vampires fascinate you, today is the time to engage in some of them. With Halloween here, it is time to take out your haunted costumes, and perhaps have a cool photo shoot at one of the most haunted places in Delhi.
In every friends group, there's always a friend who is intrigued by ghost stories and wants to explore all the haunted places in the town. For all such ghost heads, Delhi has a lot to offer. There are several places which have a horror history associated with them. We've put together a list of the most haunted spots in Delhi for you all to explore.
Scroll down and let the ghostly games begin-
Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
After taking a quick look around the Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, you can get the feeling that it's a haunted spot, especially because it doesn't get many tourists nowadays because of this pandemic. Djinns are said to be residing in the ruins and dark halls of this location. Every Thursday, residents light candles and leave milk and some gifts to impress the djinns, praying that their wishes will be granted.
Location: Balmiki Basti, Vikram Nagar
The name of this place says it all. This is among those places of Delhi, that is famous for their terrifying screams and cries that may be heard in the middle of the night. According to nearby residents, the walls of this spot have been splattered with the blood of our freedom fighters, as well as the savage murder of three princes. A rapid rise in heat, as well as many supernatural powers and ghost sightings, make this a famous haunted spot of Delhi.
Location: Near Delhi Gate
Another of Delhi's most haunted spots is this location in the heart of the city's most happening place, Hauz Khas. According to legends, the holes in the highest part of the minar were used to hang the heads of robbers who were punished to death during the monarchy of Alauddin Khilji. After daytime, the spirits of these robbers are said to stalk a lot of explorers.
Location: Kharera, 2, Chor Minar Road, Kaushalya Park, Kausalya Park, Block L, Padmini Enclave, Hauz Khas
Because of the terrifying stories surrounding it, this spine-chilling river in Rohini has made many of us shiver. This river held many voices of persons who were drawn into the river and never returned back to life. You can enjoy the beautiful view and try to relax with all of these stories but don't worry about the riverbed full of skeletons.
Bhuli bhutiyari ka mahal
Last but not least on this list is the infamous Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal. Built as a hunting lodge by Feroz Shah Tughlaq in the 14th century, Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal is now one of the city's most haunted locations. Several ghost sightings, spooky disappearance stories, and haunting noises have been reported by locals. Also when you visit this place, the outer view of this place will give you a haunted vibe, which you can feel once you reach there. It is also strongly advised to visitors not to enter the site after sundown, as the person who enters never leaves.
Location: J5VX+2HV, Central Ridge Reserve Forest (Near Jhandewalan metro station)
So, go visit these places and explore the beauty and haunting vibes!
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