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Thursday, 25 January 2018

8 places in India you wouldn't want to visit alone at night

8 places in India you wouldn't want to visit alone at night

1. Jatan Nagar Palace — Dhenkanal, Odisha



Popularly known as "The Palace of Pain", it was built by a psychopathic prince named Narasingh Pratap. The cruel sovereign had even built special torture cells in his 100-roomed palace where he used to regularly torment his slaves. On the day of the palace's inauguration, he even intended to behead his architect but was stopped at the last minute by his brother who had then persuaded everyone to ditch the ill-omened palace. Since then this abandoned stately home is believed to be the haunted residence of many sorrowful souls.

2. Malcha Mahal — Chanakyapuri, New Delhi



Hidden within the dense forest of Chanakyapuri is a Tughlaq era hunting lodge called Malcha Mahal, where numerous journalists have gone missing and many have spotted unsightly occurrences in the forest. Built-in 1600 AD, the palace was taken over by Begum Wilayat, the great-granddaughter of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, who killed herself in 2008 after consuming crushed diamonds in her drink. The last pauper prince of Malcha Mahal, Prince Ali Raza, was also recently was found dead in the palace.

3. Dow Industrial Complex — Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh



This doomed industry is known for 1984's Bhopal Gas Tragedy. No one dares to enter this dilapidated building anymore as many can still make out the piercing screams of hapless victims in the dead of night.

4. Morgan House Tourist Lodge — Kalimpong, West Bengal



Previously built as a chalet in the 1930s by George Morgan, this lodge is believed to be haunted by the ex-owners wife, Lady Morgan, who apparently met with a mysterious death. One can often hear the clacking of her heels in the hall. Also, there have been several claims of residents seeing her apparition in the bathroom mirrors.

5. Ramoji Film City - Hyderabad



The place where several movies have been shot also has a spooky tale behind it. Though it is a major tourist attraction, there are certain rooms where strange things happen on their own. The stories shared by crew members during shoots will shock you.

6. St. John the Baptist Church — Andheri, Mumbai



This 500-century-old church was abandoned after an epidemic hit in 1840. Some onlookers have professed to see a bride in white ambling by the pond while others have caught glimpses of a terrifying witch.

7. Barog Tunnel — Shimla, Himachal Pradesh



Heard about a friendly, harmless ghost? Yes, this is what you will find at Shimla’s Tunnel No 33 or Barog Tunnel. Why does Colonel Barog still roam here? The story will leave you speechless

8. Three Kings Chapel — Cansaulim, Goa



Three Portuguese kings have buried in this chapel centuries ago after they poisoned one another over their greed for controlling new regions. From then on, many have noted their spirits wandering aimlessly on the chapel ground.

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