Delhi is renowned for its busy life, fashionable hub and historical importance. Keeping all the lovey-daisies of life aside, from blood chilling places to numbing sights, Delhi houses it all. Dealing with the paranormal is never a good idea, yet it never hurts to know where and how it all began. Delhi, the city of Indian dreams, is also one which could haunt your dreams if you happen to stumble across any of these desolate, eerie and creepy places, so beware, or you will choose the scare. Here we have for you five of Delhi’s most haunted places.
Located at South West Delhi-10, Delhi Cantonment is the most haunted place in Delhi. A woman was killed here while hitchhiking her way to some place. Her ghost is a lady clad in a white saree, which is rather surprising as she was hitchhiking at the time of her demise. Several reporting’s have been named and passer-by’s are cautioned to be in a running vehicle while passing the area in order to outpace the ghost.
Dwarka (Sector 9)
Located at the Metro Station, the place is barraged with negative energy at the very turn of day. Several visitors have reported sensations of violent energy experienced at the entrance of the metro station. The paranormal sight of a woman seems to pass by as well further adding to the mystery of the place. She is one of the many spirits believed to be haunting the place.
House Number W-3
In their day, an elderly couple were murdered in the place, located in Greater Kailash. There have been numerous reports of their presence occupying the house that are unsettling and terrifying at the same time. Muffled laughter, plus dizzying heaviness, accounting for paranormal being hazard the place. The locals are certain about their revelation, and the house is isolated.
Jamali Kamali Tomb And Mosque
At the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, New Delhi-30, the mausoleums of the 16th century Sufi saints Jamali and Kamali are present. Apart from its historical importance, and beauty, it’s infamous for its paranormal activity. Voices are said to be heard from within the mausoleum and presences are reported which having a drawing effect, with a feeling which makes it seem as if there are eyes on the onlookers marking their each and every movement.
Addressed near Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli, Delhi 70, popularly known as the lung of the city, is a stretch of dense forest. There are several mausoleums of Sufi saints teeming with paranormal vibes in the forest. Voices beckon upon visitors with a vibe eerie enough to send chills down your spine. Not scary? Why don’t you plan your next picnic there!