These 8 Haunted Places Are Banned By Government Of India

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Whenever it comes to paranormal activities, everyone wither gets very excited to test those or they are just afraid. Some get goosebumps also due to the sudden rise in the adrenaline level.

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The connection of most of us with paranormal activities is actually done through watching the so called horror movies and when it comes to real life incidents, most of us just fly it off calling it a buff.

In India, there are 8 such places where the government has strictly banned public entry after a certain time of the day because there are quite a number of unfortunate injuries and death that have been faced before in these places. So here it goes:

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Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

The entry to Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan after sunset has been strictly banned by Indian Government. There have been reportedly many deaths in this region and as a result, the place has gained a very spooky reputation.

Dumas Beach, Surat

 The Dubas Beach of Surat is a place where you can hear scary voices at night. People assume that this is because the place is being used for cremation. Indian Government has declared it as an official haunted site.

Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

The beautiful Shaniwarwada Fort of Pune is said to have the soul of a young prince who was probably killed by his cousins of wife. Paranormal activities are said to take place in every full moon nights.

Sanjay Van, Delhi

Sanjay Van in Delhi is said to be haunted from a very long time. The visitors have seen a woman draped in a white saree roaming around the forest.

Agrasen Ki Baoli

The historical monument in Delhi, Agrasen Ki Baoli can really give you many supernatural experiences. According to the local belief, this place has spirits of the persons who were once thrown into the black well from the water.

Brijraj Bhawan Palace, Kota

The Biraj Bhawan Palace in Kota, Rajasthan is strictly prohibited of public entry. The spirits of Major Burton is said to remain here who was killed in the Revolt of 1857 along with his son. The guards have also experienced strange incidents over there.

D’souza Chawl, Mumbai

D’Souza Chawl in Mumbai is one of the most haunted places in the whole of Maharashtra. The spirit of a lady who fell in the well while fetching water is said to roam around. The local people avoid going near the well as a result.

GP Block, Meerut

In G.P Block of Meerut, people have said to experience spirits – they had either seen four boys enjoying and drinking and the other group says that they had seen a woman walking in the roof wearing a red saree. No one knows whether these are true but the mere mention can surely horrify anybody!

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