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23 Mar 2023

Have you ever sat with your friends curled up in a blanket around a bonfire under the stars on a dark night and listened to spooky stories? Well, we all have. Whenever the topic of scary stories comes up, one cannot escape the dark incidents of many trains and railway stations and as far as this is concerned, a discussion on haunted railway stations in India does not fall behind. Right?

So in this blog, we have assembled intriguing bits of knowledge around 8 of the most convincingly spooky railroad stations in India from the recorded paranormal experiences of a few people. People around the station have given recorded evidence regarding the unnatural occurrences at these railway stations. Read along to know about the railway stations that you must think twice before passing!

8 Haunted Railway Stations In India

Every railway station that people call haunted has been associated with stories and legends that may or may not be true. But nonetheless, there is always an attached fear when the train halts at such stations. So, here is a list of 8 haunted railway stations in India that will spook you for life!

1. Barog Station, Shimla

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The Barog railway station in Shimla was built by a British railway engineer, Colonel Barog. As the story goes, it is believed that he was given the responsibility to build tunnel 33 at this station. After many days of the commencement of the project, it was realized that the length was miscalculated and hence the entire project became a failure. Rebuked and fined by the government, Barog could not contain his despair and one day when he went for a walk with his dog, he killed himself by shooting himself with a revolver just near the Tunnel at the Barog Railway Station. Since then, this railway station is considered one of the top haunted railway stations in India and every passenger feels their spine chill as they enter the tunnel. Location: Barog, Himachal Pradesh 173211

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2. Begunkodor Train Station, West Bengal

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3. Dombivli Railway Station, Maharashtra

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This railway station is one of the scariest railway stations as people here say that thousands of accidents have taken place in this area and a lot of screams can be heard in and around the station. As per some people, a lady is found every night standing and wailing and upon asked why she is crying, she responds that she needs to return home but can’t. The Dombivli railway station in Maharashtra makes it to the list of haunted railway stations in India as numerous reports have been lodged regarding unnatural occurrences.

Location: CST Side E-W FOB, Vishnu Nagar, Dombivli West, Dombivli, Maharashtra 421201

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4. Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh

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Both ends of the Chittoor railway station remain deserted in the late evenings due to the fear among the people of Chittoor. It is believed that the station and its premises are wandered by the soul late CRPF official named Hari Singh who was attacked by the RPF workforce on the train going from Delhi to Kerala. Because his injuries got serious, he had to get down at Chittoor railway station and was admitted to a local hospital there only to die within 10 days because of his injuries. Since then, it is believed that his soul has been roaming on the platforms of the railway station in search of justice and vengeance.

Location: Mahaveer Bridge, KR Palli, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh 517001

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5. Naini Junction, Uttar Pradesh

Naini Junction

The Naini Jail, where numerous political dissidents were tormented once upon a time, lies near to the Naini Junction. It is believed that the ‘ghosts’ of these people who were tormented and later demised, roam around the junction after sunset because their souls could not find peace in their afterlife.

Location: Dandi, Dabhaon, Uttar Pradesh 211008

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6. Ludhiana Junction, Punjab

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It is believed that the soul of an ex Computer Reservation System official named Subhash, who died in 2004, still frequents this station. Individuals state that Subhash cherished his job a lot and much after his demise, his soul hides around in the Reservation Centre office where he used to work before. Ludhiana Junction is often considered as one of the top 10 ghost railway stations in India.

Location: Guruteg Bahadur, Old Ludhiana, Ludhiana, Punjab 141001

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7. Mulund Railway Station, Mumbai

Drone View of Railway station

This station is said to be spooked by the spirits of the people who were killed by a train while crossing the tracks. Travelers and local people have regularly griped about hearing shouts, howls, and cries during the evening and totally believe that the Mulund railway station is one of the most haunted railway stations in India.

Location: Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Rd, station, Mulund West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400080

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8. Sohagpur Station, Madhya Pradesh

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This ‘ghost railway station of India’ is situated near Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. Many people have supposedly heard different kinds of voices at the station when the train halted on the platform or even otherwise during the night time in general. These people believe that it is a lady screaming in pain and agony. It is quite scary to imagine the dread of the passengers on the platform!

Location: Sohagpur, Madhya Pradesh 461771

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There are many haunted railway stations in India, each with its own unique story that would frighten you. People of these areas do believe these stations are really haunted and mishappening that occurred was also real. So, whether it is the stories that we believe or the thrill we enjoy, we cannot deny that there is some catch to these stations. We know by now which stations we must avoid!

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Frequently Asked Questions On Haunted Railway Stations In India

Are the scary rumors regarding the haunted railway stations in India real?

The rumors are according to the reports available with various sources and for that matter, people around those places have also believed this to be true. so, one may or may not call them real.

Are these haunted railway stations operational?

All the stations considered haunted in India are fully operational.

How many stations in total are haunted in India?

The total number is uncalculated but if the stories are to be believed then there are 8 considered haunted for sure.

Do trains arrive at these stations?

Yes, trains maintain their standard route and pass and arrive at these stations.

Has anyone ever died at these railway stations?

No, there have been no deaths recorded in the haunted railway stations.

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8 haunted railway stations in India that will scare you the most

Here is a complete list of railway stations in India that we believe are haunted. Remember, these are haunted because "we believe so"!

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So, these seven wonders isn't any country but monuments, but when it comes to India, it is undoubtedly a wonderland.

India's vast culture and beliefs makes it different, or say, very different from any other country, at least this is what I believe.

People's blind belief in saints, rituals and superstitions is incomparable to anything. Their logical reasoning which actually won't be logical behind say, doing a particular thing on a particular day is something you'd never like to question to any Indian.

This is why, today, we give you a complete list of eight railway stations in India that we believe are haunted. Remember, these are haunted because "we believe so"!

1. Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, West Bengal - Rabindra Sarobar is a station of the Kolkata Metro. The station is quite a popular place in the city because of its haunted stories. When the last metro that passes this station around 10:30 pm, it is said that people can spot a ghost-like appearance on the tracks.

2. Begunkodor Station, West Bengal - This railway station was closed for 42 years becasue of haunting stories. Many passengers reported of a lady-ghost at the station. The station was reopened in the year 2009.

3. Barog Station, Himachal Pradesh - Not exactly a station in Shimla but one tunnel, Tunnel no. 33, which is situated close to this station is believed to a place of paranormal acticities. Tunnel no. 33 aka Barog tunnel was constructed by a British engineer Colonel Barog. Since, the engineer committed suicide while taking a stroll along the tunnel, local residents believe that the spirit of Colonel Barog  is still lives in the tunnel.

4. Chittoor Station, Andhra Pradesh - Local residents near to this place believed this station to be haunted because of its stories. One CRPF official named Hari Singh, got down at Chittoor railway station and was attacked by fellow RPF personnel and TTEs. Since then, it is believed that the soul of this officer is searching for justice.

5. Naini Station, Uttar Pradesh - Naini station of UP state is built close to Naini Jail. This is the jail where many freedom fighters were tortured and finally died. This is why people believe that souls of the dead roam around the station and tracks in the night.

6. Ludhiana Station, Punjab -  Not the entire Ludiana station but one room at the station where a Reservation Counter official named Subhash died is believe to be haunted. The man loved his job this much that his spirit still lurks within the room. Each time one has tried to sit in this room, they have faced difficulties.

7. Dwarka Sector 9 Metro Station, Delhi - One of the Delhi's metro station, Dwarka Sector 9 is haunted as per the rumours. People believe a lady-ghost runs behind cars on the roads at night near this station. People avoid this station in late evening.

8. MG Road Metro Station, Delhi - This metro station in Gurugram where people have experienced paranormal activities has a story behind it. People believe that a white-sari clad lady who died here years ago in an accident is the reason of haunted experience.

Well, if you believe in these haunted places or not, we will suggest you to not get excited head over heels and think of visiting such places purely for adventure because picture can be bigger in real!

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Is Begunkodar Railway Station Really Haunted Or Is It Just A Myth?

Here is the story around begunkodar railway station which was shut for over four decades and is now a famous ghost tourism spot..

By Pyusha Chatterjee Published on Jul 28, 2023, 01:00 PM

Is Begunkodar Railway Station Really Haunted Or Is It Just A Myth?

India is home to quite a few world-famous haunted spots, so much so that, ghost tours have become a tourist attraction in the country. Among the vast catalogue of spooky places, some railway stations have also made it to the list with Begunkodar taking the top spot.

At present, it is considered one of the most haunted sites in India along with Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan and Dulari Bhawan in Jharkhand’s Simultala. Hop onboard if you are ready to take a train to this spooky railway station.

History of Begunkodar Railway Station

Begunkodar Railway Station

As a result of Santhal’s queen Lachan Kumari’s efforts, the Begunkodar Railway Station was constructed in the early 1960s in West Bengal’s Purulia district (Kotshila-Muri section of Ranchi rail division). The construction of a railway station in such a secluded area was welcomed by locals. It was abuzz with crowds till 1967. But that year, the then station master claimed to have seen a ghost and the station was abandoned.

The spooky side of Begunkodar Railway Station

According to various accounts, the station master saw the silhouette of a woman clad in a white saree running along the railway tracks. Locals believed that the ghost was of a girl who had committed suicide on the tracks. Gradually, more people reported seeing the woman’s spirit and requested the administration to take action.

The authorities, however, did not take any action. Moreover, the station master and his family passed away under mysterious circumstances, paving the way for more chaos and rumours. As a result, trains stopped halting at the station and employees started backing out. When the authorities weren’t able to hire new employees even after repeated attempts, it led to the closure of Begunkodar Railway Station. It was in 2009 that it became functional again. Former Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee took the initiative to reopen it after 42 years, but no railway employees are posted here, still.

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Was the myth busted.

Begunkodar Railway Station

Even after so many years, the ghost fear prevails and people avoid staying back after 5 pm, which also led to ‘ghost tourism,’ at this supposedly haunted railway station. But, a 2017 report by The New Indian Express mentions that a group of rationalists camped at the Begunkodar Railway Station for one night to prove that the ghost story was wrong.

According to the report, the West Bengal-based group named Paschim Banga Bigyan Mancha’s leader Nayan Mukherjee said that one night they camped at the station from 11:00 pm till the next morning but their “cameras or compasses did not record any signs of paranormal activity.”

He added, “However, at around 2 am, we heard a peculiar sound from behind the station building. When we threw torchlight in that direction, we saw a group of men behind a bush making that sound. We chased but could not nab them. We suspect that this group of locals might be behind looting the youngsters who were lured by the adventure of ghost tourism.”

Places to visit in Begunkodar

Rasamancha

  • Rasmancha: Begunkodar may be infamous owing to its ghost stories but it is also home to the Rasmancha, known for its spectacular stucco architecture. The hot dhuskas served with potato gravy outside the Rasmancha premises are a must-try for those planning to explore this little hamlet.
  • Muruguma Dam: Located about 55 km from Purulia is a beautiful picnic spot in Begunkodar — the Muruguma Dam on the Kangsabati River’s tributary. Visitors enjoy a serene view of the Ajodhya Hills from here. Head to the dense forests nearby for a hike or visit the Bamni Waterfall and Turga Waterfall, close to Ajodhya pahar .

Best time to visit: September to February

How to reach

Although Purulia is in West Bengal, it is closer to Ranchi, Jharkhand.

By air: Birsa Munda Airport is nearest to Purulia, about 172 km away By train: Purulia Junction is the nearest railhead, about 42 km away from Begunkodar Railway Station By road : Purulia is about 239 km from Kolkata

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Answer: Begunkodar Railway Station was closed till 2009 owing to the ghost stories surrounding it. However, it is open now.

Answer: Begunkodar Railway Station is in Purulia district of West Bengal but the rail division is in the Kotshila-Muri section of Ranchi, Jharkhand.

Answer: Many trains cross the Begunkodar Railway Station such as Ranchi - New Delhi Rajdhani, Patna - Ranchi Jan Shatabdi, Jharkhand Sampark Kranti and Ranchi - Howrah Shatabdi.

Answer: Begunkodar Railway Station is one of the most haunted railway stations in India. Some others include Barog Station in Shimla, Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station in Kolkata and Dombivli Railway Station in Maharashtra.

Answer: Begunkodar is famous for ghost tourism. It also has the Rasmancha, which is known for its spectacular stucco architecture.

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5 Haunted Train Stations Of India, Where People Have Seen Real Ghosts!

Indian Culture By Ritika Bidawat | September 10, 2023 5 min read

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India is a land popular for its myriad of ghostly tales and paranormal legends, but the most fascinating—or creepy—stories emerge from the country’s railway station—haunted train stations that are enough to terrify even the toughest travelers. 

From the peaceful northern lands to the vibrant cities of the south, these train stations are more than mere crossing points for travelers; they are the harbors of the unknown. Each station exhibits characters with unique stories of the lingering otherworldly that keep passersby on their toes with excitement and fear. 

A Journey Through India’s Top 5 Spookiest Train Stations 

So, get your tickets and grab your lanterns as we spiral through India’s top haunted train stations, which will leave you both intrigued and a little more cautious the next time you find yourself alone on a deserted railway station late at night.

1: Begunkodor Train Station, West Bengal

A Tale Of Connection With The Outer—And The Other—World

Let’s start off with a train station so terrifying that it was shut down for 42 years straight due to paranormal activity. 

Located in the Purulia district of West Bengal, Begunkodor train Station has left no stone unturned to uphold its reputation as the ultimate ghost hub. In the 1960s, it used to be a lively as all the rest train stations of the time, thanks to the efforts of Santhal queen Lachan Kumari, who donated a big part of her land for transportation.

People in the remote region were ecstatic to finally connect with the outer world, but their happiness quickly turned sour when the railway station master spotted a lady in white on the railway station tracks one night. 

The saree-clad woman was believed to be a witch or the ghost of a girl who had committed suicide on the rail track. Obviously, the government deemed these stories baseless, and business as usual continued at the railway station until a few weeks later, when the railway station master, who had seen the mysterious woman, and his family were discovered dead under puzzling circumstances.

This resulted in the railway station’s closure, leaving the railway station desolate and giving it the grotesque image of a ghost town. 

Even though the railway station reopened in 2009, the railway station doesn’t have full-time workers and the railway station shuts down at 6 o’clock every evening. 

2: Ludhiana Junction, Punjab

Rejecting The Afterlife For Eternal Love 

We’ve all heard great love stories, but none can compare to the story of Subhash and his devotion to his job at the railway station.

Ludhiana Junction railway station is one of the busiest train stations in Punjab, yet it resides in the heart of a tiny cabin in the spooky spirit of Subhash, a Computer Reservation System (CRS) Officer who died at his workstation in 2004. 

Though an ordinary man, locals say Subhash was entirely committed to his job at the railway station, which he loved dearly. After his demise, his spirit apparently rejected the afterlife and roamed around in the Reservation Centre of the railway station, where he used to work.

His former coworkers at the railway station swear they can still feel his presence in the office, and anyone who has tried to sit in his seat, even jokingly, has run into difficulty, both legally and socially. To rid the railway station of the ghost, a few rituals have also been performed by the people at the railway station.  

If you’re ever at the Ludhiana Junction railway station’s Reservation Centre, don’t sit in Subhash’s seat; otherwise, trouble is waiting for you!

3: Barog Station, Shimla 

An Error Of Despair And Utter Demise

The hills have always carried a cloak of mystery and a chill that can only be justified by the presence of the unseen. It comes as no surprise then that our third story of the spookiest railway stations comes from the lap of the “Queen of the Hills”, Shimla, a mid-railway station- Barog. 

The legend puts Colonel Barog, a British railway engineer, in the spotlight. 

It is said that when technology was still learning to crawl into the world of train stations, Col. Barog was charged with the responsibility of constructing Tunnel No. 33 near the railway station.

While there was no exact way to measure the area, Barog stood strangely confident in his estimation. He made the workers dig the tunnel from both sides of the mountain, but his alignment wasn’t accurate, and the two ends didn’t meet. 

The failure cost him his job at the railway station, and he had to pay with not only money but also his dignity and self-esteem as the news of his blunder spread like wildfire, making him the laughingstock of the British and Indian workers alike. Unable to cope with the embarrassment and dishonor, Barog went for a walk in the incomplete tunnel of the railway sttion and shot himself dead. 

The locals say that the railway station, and especially the tunnel, are plagued by the Colonel’s presence, but instead of sinister appearances, the ghost is described as playful and friendly and often responds to his name spoken in the tunnel. 

So next time you visit the Barog Train Station, don’t forget to say hello to the Colonel!

4: Patalpani Train Station, Madhya Pradesh

Because Respect Is A Universal Rite

Near the Kalakund train station in Patalpani, there is a temple made in honor of freedom fighter Tantya Mama Bhil. Legend says that he was hanged to death by the British and buried there, and his spirit still haunts the Patalpani route and the railway station. 

Every train that passes through this railway station, stops at this railway station to honor the soul of the deceased and wish them a safe journey.

Officials excuse stopping here to inspect the brakes, but a number of accidents involving trains that march on, disregarding the freedom fighter, have instilled fear and superstition in both the drivers and passengers of the crossing trains.   

It is stated that a train that shows no honor for the freedom fighter will eventually meet mishaps or bad luck. This occurrence has given rise to a belief—or maybe an obligation—that the train should stop at his temple next to the station in order to move forward in peace and safety.

Though the accidents might be a consequence of the challenging track ahead, paying respect to Tantya Bhil has become a ritual now.

5: Dombivli Train Station, Maharashtra

A Lonely Girl On the Platform: Is She Even Alive?

Awaiting the train in the middle of the night, are you alone at the railway station, or is there someone else with you?

Such is the lore surrounding the Dombivli railway station in Maharashtra, which claims to be haunted by a woman’s spirit. Based on the encounters, she appears to be crying while sitting on a bench on the platform.

When asked for the reason for her wailing, she responds that she is waiting for the train at the railway station but cannot go home. If you try to assist her further, she simply vanishes or jumps on the tracks. 

A lot of passengers who ride the train at night have complained about feeling uneasy or experiencing a shiver down their spine while they are at the station.

Exploring The Supernatural

These tales of haunted train stations in India are rich in mystery, but they also serve as a reminder that the line between the normal and the paranormal can sometimes be blurry. While unbelievers may dismiss these stories as mere folklore, the fascination of the unexplained events continues to captivate the minds of people who are bold enough to venture into the unknown. 

Whether a ghost enthusiast, a frequent traveler, or someone simply curious, India’s train stations lure you to explore their chilling secrets. Keep your senses sharp and your courage intact, because who knows what ghostly encounters may await you on the haunted platforms of these train stations! 

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You must have heard a lot about haunted palaces, ruins, and bungalows in India. But have you ever heard about ghostly railway stations of India? There are apparently several of them in India, which are said to have wandering spirits. Some have even been closed owing to them being haunted.

Here is a list of 12 sinister railway stations that it’s probably best to stay away from:  

1. Begunkodor Station, West Bengal

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2. Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh

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3. Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, West Bengal

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4. Dwarka Sector 9 Metro Station, Delhi

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5. Naini Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh

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6. Dombivli railway station, Maharashtra

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7. Barog Station, Shimla

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8. Ludhiana Railway Station, Punjab

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9. MG Road Metro Station, Gurgaon

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10. Mulund Railway Station, Mumbai

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Are you ready to embark on a thrilling adventure through the haunted realms of Goa? Look no further as we unveil the eerie secrets of haunted places in Goa, mystery places in India, and the most bone-chilling haunted railway stations in the country. Join us as we delve into the supernatural and unearth the ghostly tales that have captivated the imaginations of locals and travelers alike. From the enigmatic Baga Beach and the haunted Three Kings Church to the abandoned house of the Pinto family in Saligao Village and the infamous D'Mello House in Margao, each destination is steeped in legends and paranormal encounters. Prepare yourself for a spine-tingling journey that will leave you with goosebumps and a newfound fascination for the supernatural. Let's dive into the realm of the unknown and unravel the mysteries that lie within the haunted places in Goa, mystery places in India, and the haunted railway station in India.

Haunted Places in Goa

Goa, renowned for its stunning beaches and vibrant nightlife, conceals a dark side with its haunted places. Prepare to delve into the eerie realms of Goa as we explore some of its most haunted spots:

Baga Beach - The Ghost of Dona Paula

Legend has it that the spirit of a woman named Dona Paula de Menezes haunts Baga Beach. Dona Paula, a Portuguese woman, defied societal norms by falling in love with a local fisherman. Tragically, their love was forbidden, leading Dona Paula to leap off the cliff into the depths of the Arabian Sea, claiming her own life. Locals believe her restless soul roams the shoreline, eternally searching for her lost love.

The Three Kings Church - The Haunted Church

Nestled in the quaint village of Cansaulim, the Three Kings Church is shrouded in eerie tales of betrayal and tragedy. According to local lore, three kings sought refuge in the church during a war, only to be betrayed and mercilessly slain by a Portuguese soldier. The spirits of these ill-fated kings are said to haunt the church, seeking justice for their untimely demise. Visitors have reported witnessing eerie shadows and hearing unexplained sounds when venturing into this haunted sanctuary.

Saligao Village - The Abandoned House of Pinto Family

Prepare to step into the chilling atmosphere of the Pinto House in Saligao Village. Once an opulent residence belonging to a wealthy family, it now stands abandoned, concealing a haunting mystery. Tragedy struck the Pinto family when all its members met their untimely demise under mysterious circumstances. Locals have shared spine-tingling accounts of apparitions and haunting whispers emanating from the desolate house, solidifying its reputation as one of Goa's most haunted places.

The D'Mello House - The Haunted House of Margao

Immerse yourself in the chilling tales surrounding the infamous D'Mello House in Margao. This haunted abode is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a woman dressed in white. Those brave enough to venture inside have reported feeling an unsettling presence and experiencing unexplained phenomena. The enigmatic atmosphere and spine-chilling stories surrounding the house have transformed it into a magnet for ghost hunters and thrill-seekers alike.

Prepare to be captivated and unnerved as you explore these haunted places in Goa, where the boundary between the living and the spectral blurs into a realm of spine-tingling mystery.

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Mystery Places in India

India, a land of enigmas, holds within its borders a plethora of mysterious places that beckon the curious and adventurous. Embark on a journey to uncover the secrets of these intriguing destinations:

Roopkund Lake - The Skeleton Lake

Nestled in the breathtaking Uttarakhand region of the Indian Himalayas, Roopkund Lake has earned its eerie nickname - the "Skeleton Lake." This mystical lake is home to a haunting sight - the remains of hundreds of skeletons scattered in and around its depths. The origin of these skeletal remains remains a subject of intense debate and speculation. Theories range from an ancient pilgrimage gone wrong to a catastrophic hailstorm. The ethereal presence of the skeletons emerging from the frozen lake continues to captivate and bewilder visitors, leaving them with a sense of awe and mystique.

Kuldhara Village - The Abandoned Village

In the arid landscapes near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, lies the desolate and enigmatic Kuldhara Village. This once-thriving settlement now stands abandoned, its remnants bearing witness to a tragic past. According to local legends, the Paliwal Brahmins, who inhabited the village, cursed it overnight, leading to the sudden exodus of the entire community. Tales of paranormal activities and misfortune surround this ghostly village, heightening its mystique. As you wander through the crumbling houses and experience the eerie silence that permeates the air, you can't help but feel an otherworldly presence, making Kuldhara Village a must-visit for those seeking a glimpse into the realm of the supernatural.

Bhangarh Fort - The Most Haunted Place in India

Deep within the rugged landscape of Rajasthan stands the infamous Bhangarh Fort, renowned as the most haunted place in India. Legends shroud this ancient fort in a cloak of darkness and despair. It is said that a powerful sorcerer cast a curse upon the fort and its inhabitants, leading to their tragic fate. Locals firmly believe that entering the fort after sunset will seal one's fate, ensuring they never return. The ruins of Bhangarh Fort exude an eerie atmosphere, intensified by its haunting history. Thrill-seekers and ghost enthusiasts from around the world are drawn to this foreboding site, hoping to catch a glimpse of the supernatural that echoes within its walls.

Jatinga Village - The Village of Bird Suicides

Nestled in the serene landscapes of Assam, Jatinga Village holds a peculiar mystery known as the "bird suicides." During certain months of the year, flocks of birds are inexplicably drawn to this village, only to meet their untimely demise by crashing into buildings and trees. Local folklore attributes this phenomenon to supernatural forces, while scientists propose a combination of weather conditions and disorientation as a possible explanation. The enigmatic occurrence of bird suicides has both fascinated and unnerved visitors, leaving them in awe and contemplation of the forces that govern the natural world.

Embark on a journey to these mysterious places in India, where the boundaries between the known and the unknown blur, and the inexplicable reveals itself in captivating ways.

Haunted Railway Stations in India

India's railway network extends far and wide, encompassing not only bustling platforms and busy trains but also tales of the supernatural. Explore the spine-chilling world of haunted railway stations in India, where ghostly apparitions and unexplained phenomena await.

Bholu Railway Station - The Haunted Railway Station of Rajasthan

Located in the enchanting state of Rajasthan, Bholu Railway Station is infamous for its haunting presence. According to local legends, the spirit of a woman, draped in a flowing white attire, roams the station premises. It is said that she met a tragic fate on the railway tracks, leaving behind a restless soul that continues to haunt the station. Passengers and staff have reported eerie sightings and an unsettling feeling when passing through this haunted railway station.

Chittoor Railway Station - The Ghost of a Woman

In the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, Chittoor Railway Station harbors a mysterious secret. Travelers and commuters have shared spine-chilling accounts of encountering a ghostly woman wandering aimlessly on the platform. Witnesses describe her ethereal figure disappearing into thin air, leaving behind an air of mystery and intrigue. The inexplicable presence of this apparition has left many pondering the stories behind Chittoor Railway Station's haunted reputation.

Victoria Terminus - The Ghost of a British Lady

Steeped in history and architectural grandeur, Victoria Terminus, now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, stands as one of Mumbai's iconic landmarks. However, hidden within its bustling platforms and ornate corridors lies a haunting tale. Legend has it that the ghost of a British lady roams the station, clad in attire reminiscent of the colonial era. Witnesses have shared encounters with her spectral figure, adding an extra layer of intrigue to this historically significant railway station.

Begunkodor Railway Station - The Ghost of a Woman in White

Deep within the state of West Bengal, Begunkodor Railway Station holds a reputation for its eerie and paranormal occurrences. Local folklore tells of a ghostly woman, draped in a white saree, who wanders the station's premises. Passengers and railway staff have reported hearing her mournful cries and catching glimpses of her apparition on the platform. The chilling atmosphere surrounding Begunkodor Railway Station has captivated the imagination of many, making it a subject of both fascination and fear.

Embark on a journey through these haunted railway stations in India, where the line between the living and the supernatural blurs, leaving behind an air of mystery and intrigue.

Ghostly Legends of India

India boasts a captivating collection of ghostly legends and folklore that have indelibly shaped its culture and beliefs. These age-old stories, passed down through generations, continue to ignite the imagination of people across the country. Discover some of the most famous ghost stories and legends that have woven themselves into the fabric of India:

The Legend of Bhangarh Fort

Location: Bhangarh, Rajasthan

Among the most notorious haunted places in India, Bhangarh Fort's legend is steeped in darkness. According to the tale, a sorcerer fell deeply in love with the beautiful princess of Bhangarh. Desperate to win her affection, he resorted to black magic. Unbeknownst to him, the princess discovered his sinister intentions and foiled his spell, resulting in his untimely demise. Before drawing his last breath, the sorcerer cursed the fort and its inhabitants, dooming them to eternal unrest.

The Ghost of Dow Hill

Location: Kurseong, West Bengal

Dow Hill, nestled in the serene town of Kurseong, holds a spine-chilling secret. The forest surrounding the area is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a headless boy. Visitors have reported unnerving experiences, including unexplained footsteps and eerie whispers. Some have even claimed to witness the spectral figure of the headless boy wandering silently amidst the trees. The enigmatic presence of the Dow Hill ghost continues to intrigue and send shivers down the spines of those daring enough to explore the forest.

The Curse of the Koh-i-Chiltan Mountain

Location: Balochistan, Pakistan

Across the border in Balochistan, Pakistan, the Koh-i-Chiltan Mountain stands as a testament to an enduring curse. Legend has it that a princess, deeply betrayed by her lover, cast herself off the mountain, forever cursing its existence. Locals firmly believe that anyone who dares to ascend the treacherous slopes of this mountain will befall misfortune and tragedy. The curse of the Koh-i-Chiltan Mountain serves as a somber reminder of the potent forces of curses and revenge.

These ghostly legends have seamlessly woven themselves into the tapestry of Indian culture, influencing superstitions, shaping beliefs, and even attracting curious travelers in search of spine-tingling experiences. They add an irresistible allure of mystery and intrigue to India's already vibrant and diverse heritage.

Exploring Haunted Places in India

Exploring haunted places can be an exhilarating and spine-tingling experience. However, it is essential to be prepared and take necessary precautions. Here are some tips to make the most of your haunted place exploration:

1. Research and Plan

Before visiting a haunted place, conduct thorough research to uncover its history, legends, and reported paranormal activities. This will not only enhance your understanding but also make your experience more immersive. Dive into the chilling tales and mysteries surrounding the location, allowing you to appreciate its haunted allure.

2. Bring Essential Equipment

To document your eerie encounters and navigate through dark areas, it is crucial to bring essential equipment. Carry a camera to capture any unexplained phenomena or apparitions. A reliable flashlight with extra batteries will help light your way through dimly lit corridors. Consider using paranormal investigation tools such as EMF meters and voice recorders to detect and record any supernatural activity.

3. Respect the Spirits

Approach haunted places with respect and reverence for the spirits that may reside there. Avoid provoking or disrespecting them in any way. Understand that these locations hold deep historical and cultural significance, and it is important to be sensitive to the energies and emotions you may encounter. By showing respect, you can create a more harmonious and meaningful experience.

4. Stay Safe

When venturing into haunted places, prioritize your safety. Always inform someone about your plans and whereabouts before embarking on your exploration. It is advisable to explore in groups, especially during nighttime visits. Be cautious of your surroundings, watch your step, and dress appropriately for the location. Consider carrying a first aid kit for any unforeseen circumstances.

5. Trust Your Instincts

As you delve into the realm of the supernatural, it is crucial to trust your instincts. Pay attention to how you feel in each location. If you sense discomfort or overwhelming negative energy, it is essential to listen to your intuition. Trust your instincts and leave the area if you feel threatened or unsafe. Your well-being is paramount.

Remember, the primary purpose of exploring haunted places is to have an immersive and thrilling experience while respecting the supernatural forces that may be present. By following these tips, you can embark on a ghostly adventure with confidence and reverence.

Top 10 Most Haunted Places in India

If you're a thrill-seeker and ready to explore the eerie side of India, these top 10 haunted places are a must-visit. Brace yourself for a chilling journey filled with history, paranormal encounters, and spine-tingling experiences.

  • Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Located in Rajasthan, Bhangarh Fort is infamous for its ghostly reputation. Legend has it that a curse was placed on the fort, dooming anyone who stayed there after sunset. Visitors have reported strange apparitions, unexplained sounds, and an overwhelming feeling of unease. Explore the ruins of Bhangarh Fort if you dare, but be prepared for a bone-chilling experience.

  • Dumas Beach, Gujarat

Nestled along the Arabian Sea, Dumas Beach in Gujarat is known for its haunted tales. It is believed to be a burial ground for centuries, and visitors have reported hearing whispers, footsteps, and even witnessing apparitions. The serene beauty of the beach contrasts with its eerie ambiance, making it a destination that will send shivers down your spine.

  • Agrasen Ki Baoli, Delhi

Step into the depths of Delhi's history at Agrasen Ki Baoli, a centuries-old stepwell. While its architectural beauty is captivating, it is the mysterious energy within that draws visitors. Many believe that the baoli is haunted by ancient spirits, and some have experienced inexplicable sensations and sightings. Explore this hidden gem and unlock its secrets, but be prepared for a ghostly encounter.

  • Fernhill Hotel, Ooty

Tucked away in the misty hills of Ooty, Fernhill Hotel is known for its ghostly presence. Once a colonial mansion, the hotel is said to be haunted by the spirits of British officers who lost their lives during the Indian War of Independence. Guests have reported eerie apparitions, strange sounds, and objects moving on their own. Stay overnight at this haunted hotel for a spine-chilling experience like no other.

  • Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

While Ramoji Film City is famous for its movie sets and bustling activity, it also harbors a dark side. Rumors of paranormal activity have surrounded this massive film studio, with reports of lights flickering, unexplained shadows, and eerie whispers. Take a ghost tour within the premises and delve into the mysteries that lie behind the glitz and glamour of the film industry.

  • GP Block, Meerut

GP Block in Meerut is infamous for its haunted reputation. This abandoned residential complex is believed to be haunted by the spirits of its former inhabitants. Witnesses have reported ghostly apparitions, strange sounds, and an overwhelming feeling of dread. Explore GP Block if you dare, but be prepared to encounter the supernatural.

  • Lambi Dehar Mines, Mussoorie

Hidden amidst the picturesque hills of Mussoorie, Lambi Dehar Mines hold a dark secret. It is said that numerous accidents and deaths occurred here, leaving behind restless spirits. Visitors have experienced cold spots, strange lights, and an eerie presence that fills the air. Embark on a haunting journey to Lambi Dehar Mines and witness the remnants of its tragic past.

  • Raj Kiran Hotel, Lonavala

The Raj Kiran Hotel in Lonavala is known for its paranormal activity that has intrigued ghost enthusiasts for years. Guests have reported unexplained noises, objects moving on their own, and apparitions roaming the halls. Spend a night at this haunted hotel if you dare, but be prepared for an encounter with the unknown.

  • D'Souza Chawl, Mumbai

D'Souza Chawl in Mumbai holds a reputation for being one of the most haunted places in the city. Locals have shared stories of ghostly apparitions, strange occurrences, and an unnerving atmosphere that surrounds the area. Explore the haunted halls of D'Souza Chawl and immerse yourself in Mumbai's supernatural side.

  • Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai

Sanjay Gandhi National Park, located in the heart of Mumbai, offers more than just wildlife and nature. It is said to be haunted by the spirits of tribal people who once inhabited the area. Visitors have reported hearing eerie whispers, feeling unseen presences, and witnessing shadowy figures. Embark on an eerie adventure through this haunted park and uncover its ghostly tales.

These top 10 haunted places in India promise an unforgettable journey into the realm of the supernatural. Brace yourself for encounters with the unknown and delve into the enigmatic stories that have made these places infamous.

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Haunted Places in Goa for Nightlife and Parties

If you're seeking an exhilarating and unconventional nightlife experience, Goa has more to offer than just its haunted places. Indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of these party destinations with a supernatural twist:

1. Club Haunted, Baga

Step into the realm of the paranormal at Club Haunted in Baga. This nightclub draws inspiration from Goa's haunted tales, providing party-goers with an eerie and thrilling ambiance. Dance the night away amidst ghostly decor and embrace the spine-tingling vibes that surround you.

2. Tito's Lane, Baga

Tito's Lane is renowned for its lively nightlife, but it also harbors a haunted legend. Local stories speak of a ghostly figure that appears in the late hours, adding an extra element of intrigue to the bustling party scene. Despite the haunting tales, Tito's Lane remains a popular destination for those seeking a memorable night out.

3. The Hilltop, Vagator

Perched on a hill, The Hilltop offers an open-air nightclub experience with breathtaking views of the surroundings. However, this scenic venue is not without its supernatural history. Reports of ghostly encounters and strange happenings have added an element of mystery to the pulsating beats and energetic dance floors. Revel under the starlit sky and embrace the thrill of the supernatural at The Hilltop.

Indulging in the nightlife scene at these haunted places in Goa will transport you to a realm where the mystique of the supernatural intertwines with the vibrant atmosphere of the party capital.

Ghost Tours and Experiences in India

For those craving a structured and guided journey into the world of the paranormal, India offers a range of ghost tours and experiences. These immersive tours provide the opportunity to delve deep into haunted locations, accompanied by knowledgeable experts. Here are some top recommendations for the best ghost tours and experiences in India:

  • Kolkata Ghost Walk : Embark on a spine-tingling journey through the haunted side of Kolkata with a guided ghost walk. This tour takes you to the city's most notorious haunted spots, including the infamous South Park Street Cemetery. Explore the history, legends, and paranormal activities associated with each location, as expert guides share chilling tales that will send shivers down your spine.
  • Delhi Paranormal Society Tour : Join the Delhi Paranormal Society on a thrilling tour that uncovers the haunted history of Delhi. Visit landmarks such as Agrasen Ki Baoli, Sanjay Van, and Khooni Darwaza, where paranormal activities have been reported. Immerse yourself in the eerie atmosphere as the guides recount spine-chilling stories and provide insights into the supernatural occurrences that have taken place in these locations.
  • Mumbai Ghost Tour : Embark on a captivating ghost tour in Mumbai, led by experienced guides who are well-versed in the city's haunted tales. Explore haunted places such as D'Souza Chawl, Mukesh Mills, and Vrindavan Society, where paranormal encounters have been reported. Delve into the dark side of the city as your guides reveal the haunted history and share spine-chilling stories that will leave you in awe.

These ghost tours and experiences offer the perfect blend of history, folklore, and paranormal exploration, allowing you to step into the enigmatic world of the supernatural. Whether you're a skeptic or a believer, these tours are sure to leave you with an unforgettable and eerie experience.

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Embark on a thrilling and captivating adventure into the unknown as you explore India's haunted places, mystery spots, and haunted railway stations. From the haunted beaches of Goa to the cursed forts of Rajasthan and the spine-chilling railway stations across the country, India offers a plethora of supernatural encounters that will leave you intrigued and exhilarated.

Whether you are a passionate paranormal enthusiast, a daring thrill-seeker, or simply curious about the mysteries of the unseen, India's haunted places provide a unique blend of history, folklore, and spine-chilling encounters. Delve into the rich tapestry of ghostly legends and unearth the secrets that lie within these haunted locations.

Pack your bags, steel your nerves, and prepare to journey through the haunted side of India. With every step, you will be immersed in a world of enigma and wonder. Uncover the stories of restless spirits, witness eerie apparitions, and experience the unexplainable.

India's haunted places are not just destinations; they are gateways to a realm beyond our comprehension. So, dare to venture into the unknown, for it is in these haunted corners that you may discover a deeper understanding of the supernatural. Are you ready to confront the mysteries that await you? Let your haunted exploration begin.

Answers To Common Questions

Q. who are some famous haunted places in goa.

A. Baga Beach, Three Kings Church, Saligao Village, D'Mello House.

Q. What are the must-visit mystery places in India?

A. Roopkund Lake, Kuldhara Village, Bhangarh Fort, Jatinga Village.

Q. How can I explore haunted railway stations in India?

A. Visit Bholu Railway Station, Chittoor Railway Station, Victoria Terminus, Begunkodor Railway Station.

Q. Who can I contact for a ghost tour in India?

A. Various tour companies offer ghost tours in India, like Kolkata Ghost Walk and Delhi Paranormal Society.

Q. What makes Goa's haunted places unique for nightlife?

A. They offer a thrilling and unconventional experience with a supernatural twist.

Q. How can I ensure my safety during haunted place exploration?

A. Research, plan, explore in groups, trust instincts, and prioritize safety at all times.

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Paranormal Activity has always been an interesting topic of discussion no matter what’s your age group is. Whether it is haunted railway stations or paranormal activity everyone gets haunted by the supernatural presence  around them especially in silent dark nights, at abandoned places, at unknown tourist destinations as you are doubtful on how holy the place is or in the confusion of whether any haunted incidents had occurred at that place? Even natives of the place may escalate your doubt saying they have heard but not seen personally about the haunted stories of their place and you feel maybe they are hiding something. If you reading this blog while traveling via don’t forget to order food in train with RailRecipe

Ghosts, paranormal activities, supernatural elements seem natural by many because of our psychological fear. To add to our fear, movies & novels had played a very critical role since our childhood days by authenticating that paranormal activities are real & true. Although not every people have felt unusual paranormal activities in life, still there have been many untold Haunted Railway Stations documented using the camera, the sight of strange shadows, and hearing of strange sounds of cries, laughs, and whispers.

Let’s know about the 8 Most Haunted Railway Stations in India

Barog railway station, shimla.

 Located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, this small Railway station with allotted code BOF has local tales about the ghost of Colonel Barog. A British Railway Engineer shot himself at Barog Tunnel no. 33 out of sheer depression.

The reason behind this suicide was the punishment where the British government has penalized him for a miscalculation made by him while aligning two tunnels, which disturbed him to the extent that he shot himself dead while walking through the tunnel with his pet dog. He was buried in front of Kalka. Shimla highway about 1 km from Barog. To believe the stories, natives have seen ghosts of Colonel Barog lingering around the city and tunnel talking to people and sharing a laugh. In contrast, others believe something mysterious, eerie & scary in the tunnel.

Dombivli Railway Station, Mumbai

 Being an important city in Kalyan Dombivli, the twin city of Thane district, Dombivli Railway Station offers true terror. Dombivli Kopar Rail Crossing: This crossing has taken the lives of many crossings, and to believe locals, those who come under the influence of evil spirits, lose their consciousness and stand in the middle of the railway track without any reason.

To believe people, while catching his train for work, a man had seen an office-going woman in the age of 40-50 years crying and waiting for the train. When he asked her why she was crying, her explanation was like this “she wanted to go home, but can’t. The next day, that man discussed this with a friend seeing that same woman crying & waiting for the train. But to add to his fear, his friend could not see any such women over there.

Naini Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh

To believe the locals, the station has spirits of freedom fighters who died in Naini Jail near Railway Station. Though spirits are harmless, anyone can feel their presence at the Naini Railway Station.

Begunkodor Station, West Bengal

Being a hamlet in the Purulia district of West Bengal, the locals and railway personnel have seen women draped in white Saree walking along the lonely tracks. Many railway personnel has died in fear of seeing the spirit. Many say the woman may have committed suicide or run over by the train. However, the government announced this story as just a rumor and opened in 2009 after 42 years for travelers.

 Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh

Chittoor is famous as a haunted place because of one CRPF, Jawan Hari Singh from Jharkhand, who, while traveling on a New Delhi- bound Kerala Express, was attacked by his fellow CRPF & TTE and got severely injured. He decided to drop down in the middle of his journey at Chittoor in the early hours of the day in the wake of getting some emergency medical help. However, unfortunately, they succumbed to death after ten days in the hospital. Many travelers and locals say they have seen the spirit of Hari Singh wandering on Railway Track in search of justice.

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Mulund Railway Station, Mumbai

Mulund Railway Station is another haunted railway station on the central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway Station. Locals say the evil spirits of people who died while crossing the road haunt them in and around the railway tracks at midnight.

Ludhiana Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh

Being one of the busiest railway stations, Ludhiana Stations is believed to be haunted because of one railway employee named Subhash, a Computer Reservation System Officer died while working in Computer Reservation Room in the year 2004. To believe the story, it was his passion for the job that has not let him leave the Computer Reservation Room and whosoever has worked in that room has a complaint of serious health issues.

Bhan Kari Railway Station, Alwar Rajashthan

Rajasthan is full of haunted stories especially when it comes to Havelis especially Bhangarh fort known as the fort of ghosts. Bhan Kari Railways Station is the most nearest railway station to Bhangarh Fort lying at a distance of 45 minutes. Situated at most haunted locations of India, visiting Bhan Kari Station itself gives shivers as you become very near to the fort of ghosts “Bhangarh fort”.

Though we present all the haunted railway stations of India, we would also like to make it clear that RailRecipe does not believe in such ghost stories and has shared the above fictional local tales available everywhere on digital platforms. Also, RailRecipe supports the fact that many psychologists and scientists believe it to be a faulty activity of the brain. However the haunted railway stations stories is always interesting to talk about.

Moreover, we suggest it a must to board at these railway stations as locals are residing along with these railway stations and these stations are also undergoing beautification and cleaning drive from time to time as per the proposed rail budget of India.

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8 Most Haunted Train Stations In India

Talking about railway stations in India automatically brings a chaotic picture to our mind with all the more people packed railway stations. It is difficult to imagine Indian railway stations empty and lonely. But these haunted train stations from different places in India are known for just that – their spooky stories. Have a look!

Most of the Ludhiana Railway Stations are considered completely fine and frequented by travellers and station workers and other people at every hour of the day. However, there is one tiny room tucked away in the corner of the Reservation Centre, which still sends chills down everybody’s spine. The story behind this closed room is that a former Computer Reservation System (CRS) officer, Subhash who loved his job, died in this room in 2004. People believe that it was this love for his job that didn’t let him leave even after death, and he still makes his presence felt in that office of the Reservation Centre where he used to work. Whoever tried to sit there has faced difficulties and problems. Few had unreasonable fights while others even faced legal troubles. All officers don’t dare sit in his spot and have even performed some sacred rites there, to get rid of the spirit.

The story behind the Chittoor Railway Station being in a troublesome state is that a CRPF official, Hari Singh was allegedly attacked by RPF personnel and a couple of TTEs on duty on a New Delhi-bound Kerala Express on October 31, 2013. Hari Singh, with serious injuries, got down at Chittoor railway station in the early hours after the train passed Katpadi junction. He was admitted to the local government hospital in Chittoor and was later shifted to Chennai, where he succumbed to injuries 10 days later. Allegedly, his spirit hovers over the platforms ‘in search of justice’.

At Naini Railway station, nothing in particular has been seen but a ghostly presence has been felt here. Possibilities are that it might be because of the unfortunate souls of the freedom fighters who perished in Naini Jail, not too far from the station.

The MG Road Metro Station in Gurgaon has rather a spooky and horrifying horror story of being haunted by the spirit of an old lady who screams along beside the train, with her eyes and tongue bulging out. The story is pretty basic, that she died a few years ago in an accident in this station, and has been haunting the station and the trains that pass through here.

A lady in white is known to haunt the area adjacent and around the Dwarka Sector 9 Metro Station in Delhi. It is believed, the spirit of the lady runs behind people in car, sometimes even allegedly slaps them, knocks against the door, and traumatizes the poor late night travellers.

One of the prime destinations in the Kolkata Metro Line, the Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station is haunted by ghosts of all those who have died here. A record number of passengers have committed suicide in this metro station, by jumping into the way of an oncoming train. If you dare to stay back in this station even after the last train for the day has left, you’re sure to see shadows lurking at the corner of your eye and the resonating sad screams of many travellers who met their end here.

Being one of the most scariest railway station, the Begunkodor Train Station in West Bengal remained closed for 42 years because of the haunting that was troubling it. The story has it that whenever an unknown lady in a white saree made an appearance near the station, somebody would die at the station. The last incident in 1967 led to the station remaining shut for 42 years till CM of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee decided to reopen it for the people.

8. Barog Station, Shimla

The Barog Railway Station lies very close to the Tunnel no. 33 also known as the Barog Tunnel, which frequently sees paranormal activity. The tunnel was constructed by Colonel Barog, an engineer who committed suicide after being humiliated in front of his workers. It is believed that he shot himself while taking a stroll and was buried near the tunnel, which was then incomplete. Since then, he is seen wandering around the tunnel to make his presence felt.

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10 haunted railway stations in India

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1. Begunkodor Railway Station, West Bengal  

Located near Kolkata, Begunkodor is an abandoned station known for the ghost of a woman in a white saree. 

2. Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, Kolkata  

This metro station in Kolkata is said to be haunted by a young boy who died in a tunnel collapse during construction.  

3. Dombivli Railway Station, Maharashtra  

Located on the Central Line between Mumbai and Thane, Dombivli station is rumored to be haunted by the spirit of a woman in a red saree. 

4. Naini Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh  

Situated near Nainital, this station is known for the ghost of a British officer who committed suicide.  

5. Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh  

This station near Tirupati is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a king who died in a train accident.  

6. Barog Station, Himachal Pradesh  

Nestled amidst the hills near Shimla, Barog is an abandoned station shrouded in mystery. 

7. Victoria Terminus (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus), Mumbai  

This iconic station, a legacy of the British Raj, is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a woman in white. 

8. Ghoraghat Station, West Bengal  

Located near Siliguri, Ghoraghat station is known for the ghost of a headless railway worker.  

9. Tunnel 33, Char Dham Railway Line, Uttarakhand  

This stretch on the Char Dham line between Rishikesh and Dehradun is infamous for paranormal occurrences. 

10. Pir Mahal Station, Bhagalpur, Bihar  

This abandoned station near Bhagalpur is said to be haunted by the ghost of a Mughal princess.  

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Most Haunted Places In India

India is home to several places known for their paranormal activity and hill stations in India are no exception, with many of them having their own ghostly tales and legends. For those who love the supernatural and seek adventure, exploring the haunted hill stations in India can be an exciting experience.

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5 haunted hill stations in India that you can explore

If you're planning your next trip and would want to make it a bit offbeat, scroll ahead to look at India’s haunted hill stations and the stories behind them. Be warned though—the supernatural legends around these places have left many visitors with spine-tingling experiences and a sense of the unknown.

1. Kurseong

Kurseong is a small and picturesque hill station located in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. While it is famous for its tea gardens and beautiful views of the Himalayas, it is also known for its supernatural stories and haunted locations.

One of the most famous haunted locations in Kurseong is the Dow Hill Girls' Boarding School. The school was established in the early 1900s and has a long history of paranormal activity. Several people—including students, teachers, and other staff members—have reported seeing ghostly figures walking around the school grounds, especially during the night. Some have even claimed to hear footsteps and whispers in the hallways, even when the property is empty.

Another haunted location in Kurseong is the Dow Hill Forest which is known for its dense foliage and eerie silence. Locals believe that the forest is home to the spirits of people who died there, including several children who went missing over the years. People have reported hearing strange noises in the forest, making it one of the spookiest places in Kurseong.

2. Dalhousie

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Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh and it is known for its serene natural beauty and scenic landscapes. However, it is also home to several spooky tales and haunted stories that have left many visitors feeling unnerved. One such story is that of the infamous Dak Bungalow, which is said to be haunted by the spirit of a British officer who died there during the colonial era.

According to local legends, the officer was staying at the bungalow with his wife when he fell ill and eventually passed away. Since then, it has been the site of many strange occurrences which include eerie noises, unexplained footsteps, and sightings of a ghostly figure walking around the premises.

Many people who have stayed at the bungalow have reported feeling an eerie presence and hearing strange noises at night. Some visitors even claim to have seen the ghostly figure of the British officer standing at the window, staring out into the night.

3. Mount Abu

Mount Abu is the only hill station of Rajasthan. It is known for its picturesque landscapes, lakes, and ancient temples. However, the hill station is also famous for its haunted stories that have been passed down through generations.

One of the most haunted places in Mount Abu is the Nakki Lake, which is believed to be home to spirits. According to local legends, the lake was created when gods dug it out with their nails, and it is considered a sacred site. However, the lake has also been the site of several mysterious drownings over the years, and many believe that the spirits that haunt the lake are responsible for these incidents.

Another haunted spot in Mount Abu is the abandoned village of Kuldhara. The village was abandoned overnight by its residents, and many believe that they were forced to leave due to a mysterious curse that was placed on the village. Visitors have reported experiencing strange phenomena, including unexplained apparitions and noises.

One of the most famous haunted spots in Shimla is the Charleville Mansion located in the Mashobra Valley. The mansion was built in the late 1800s by a British officer, and it is said to be haunted by the ghost of his daughter, who died under mysterious circumstances.

Another haunted spot here is Tunnel 33, which is located near the Shimla Railway Station. The tunnel is said to be haunted by the ghost of a British engineer who died while overseeing its construction. Tourists have reported seeing a ghostly figure, and some have even claimed to have been pushed or touched by unseen forces.

There are several other places in Shimla that are believed to be haunted, including the Gaiety Theatre, the Shimla Ridge, and the Chudail Baudi (Witch's Pond). Many visitors have reported experiencing strange, unexplained things at these locations.

5. Matheran

Matheran, a small hill station located in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, also has a reputation for being haunted and has several legends to back it up.

One of the most famous haunted spots in Matheran is the abandoned mansion of Sir Adamjee Peerbhoy, built in the early 1900s by Sir Adamjee, a wealthy businessman and philanthropist. However, after his death, the mansion was abandoned and left to decay. Locals believe that the mansion is haunted by the ghost of Sir Adamjee, who still wanders its empty halls.

Charlotte Lake is another eerie spot in this haunted hill station, which is claimed to be haunted by the ghost of a British woman who drowned there many years ago. People have reported experiencing sudden drops in temperature and unexplained noises.

So, if you're a fan of the supernatural and love to explore the unexplained, be sure to visit these haunted hill stations in India. Don't forget to carry your camera and a brave heart as you explore the mysteries and legends of these hill stations.

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Do You Dare to Visit These Haunted Railway Stations in India?

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The Indian people have for time immemorial believed in afterlife, karma and rebirth. The concept of soul and spirit is a part of our daily parlance. Ghost stories too are commonplace, and whether we believe in them or not, it is always fun to hear some of these scary stories. The Indian Railways is over a century old transportation network i India. Given that it has a long history, it is not unusual to have many historic tales associated with it. Many ghost stories too are a part of this history. People believe that these railway stations in India are haunted, and whether they are or not, you would have to find it yourself by visiting them:

1. Begunkodar Railway Station

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In 1967, the villagers around Begunkodar Railway Station in Purulia district of West Bengal started claiming of ghost sightings. They said that the spirit of a woman died in railway accident could be spotted on the railway station. A few days later, the dead bodies of the station master with his entire family was found in his quarter. After this incident, the railway station was declared to be haunted and trains stopped haulting here. After 42 years, in 2009, the service was restored but people still avoid venturing here after sunset.

2. Barog Tunnel, Shimla

Also popular as Tunnel No. 33, Barog Tunnel is unpopular for the presence of the spirit of British engineer Colonel Barog. Barog committed suicide after a professional failure. Many people have claimed to have seen his spirit strolling in the tunnel.

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3. Chittoor Railway Station

In 2013, Hari Singh, a CRPF personnel was attacked and injured by RPF personnels and TTEs at Chittoor Railway Station. Hari Singh died later, and his ghost could be seen haunting the railway station. People have now started avoiding this railway station after dark.

4. Naini Railway Station

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Naini Railway Station in Uttar Pradesh is claimed to be haunted by the spirits of the freedom fighters who were tortured and killed in the jail next to the railway station. These spirits are harmless but there mere presence spooks out the passengers here.

5. Dombivili Station

Dombivili station sees rush all day long. But every night a destitute woman can be seen by a few people desperately trying to board the train but failing to do so. Interestingly some people can see her but others can't. It seem like the woman died trying to get on a train, and is unable to board the train even as a spirit.

6. Rabindra Sarobar Railway Station

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This metro station in Kolkata is defamed for the number of suicides which take place here. Apparitions, shadows and Eerie sounds are commonplace here, and passengers are scared to travel at late hours here.

7. Patalpani Station

Freedom fighter Tantya Bhil was killed by the British at this railway station. It is believed that Tantya's spirit still haunts this place. All the trains which pass from here stop for a while to pay respect to him at his mausoleum built here.

8. Dwarka Sector 9 Station

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The haunted tale of Dwarka sector 9 metro station in Delhi is funny when heard but scary when experienced. People claim to see a lady draped in white running behind cars near this metro station. Though this may sound to be a hoax, there are enough eye-witnesses to this claim.

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Kolkata: This city is a favourite haunt for many spirits. Oher famous haunted places include the National Library, the Park Street cemetery and Putulbari (House of Dolls)

Ever taken a late train on a deserted train station and had the jitters? Well, if you’re at one of the train stations on this list, you might not just be imagining things:      

Begunkodor Train Station, West Bengal

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Located in a remote village in West Bengal , this station is reportedly haunted by a white-sari draped spectral, the ghost of a lady who was run over by a train there. She has been seen dancing on the platforms and wandering along the tracks, and the sight has allegedly caused the death of a railway employee. However, these reports were rubbished by the government and the station was reopened in 2009 after being deserted for 42 years.

Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, Kolkata

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Often called the ‘paradise of suicide’ station, this metro station in Kolkata is known for the many suicides it has seen on its tracks. Late-night commuters report seeing shadows constantly appearing and disappearing around the station, apart from hearing sad screams.

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Barog Station, Shimla

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The Barog tunnel/tunnel no 33/tunnel 103 is the longest tunnel on the Kalka Shimla Railway route. It takes about 2.5 minutes to cross this tunnel. Colonel Barog, a British railway engineer who was originally assigned to construct the tunnel, felt humiliated and depressed when a miscalculation about the engineering led to him being fined by the government and reprimanded in front of his workers. He ended up shooting himself while taking a walk. Though he was buried outside the then incomplete tunnel, one wonders if his spirit ever left the tunnel. It is believed that he still lingers in and around the eerie and damp tunnel making his presence felt.

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Naini Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh

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Though people haven’t particularly ‘seen’ figures or shadows, a ghostly presence has been felt here; possibly of the unfortunate souls of the freedom fighters who perished in Naini Jail, not too far from the station.

Of course, we have no way of confirming these hauntings, but if you have already visited any of these places, or are the kind who likes to go ghost-hunting, do let us know in the comments below. Meanwhile, we’re planning to fly to our next holiday destination. 

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Watch: Five Haunted Railway Stations In India

Do you feel eerie when you pass by a railway station? India has been a site of haunted architecture for centuries. From oral traditions to local exaggeration, haunted stories have become more believable as each day passes.

Many have stated their real physical experiences that are very plausible than a mere bluff. Can so many people experience paranormal activities at the same station?

Most haunted places always have a background story of one person who unjustly died. The pain and suffering make them return to these places as spirits. Other haunted tales state how souls cannot leave the earth because of their fondness for a person.

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The five haunted stations listed here have impeccable background stories. From the souls of martyrs killed in the Naini Jail strolling around by the Naini station in Uttar Pradesh to shrieks of an invisible woman heard in Sohagpur station in Madhya Pradesh, all of the stories will give you goosebumps.

When you visit these stations in India, be careful! The spirits might steal your luggage or you!

Comment below if you have ever visited a haunted station.

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Top 5 Spine-Chilling Haunted Railway Stations of India

Have you ever shared eerie tales with your buddies while cuddling up in a blanket over a bonfire in the darkness? I suppose we all have. When discussing scary stories, it’s impossible to ignore the disturbing situations that have occurred in numerous trains and railway stations. As a result, the topic of haunted railway stations in India is always brought up. Right?

In this article, we have compiled intriguing information about 5 of India’s most believable haunted railway stations based on some people’s documented paranormal experiences. People in the area have provided documented evidence of the supernatural happenings at various train stations. Continue reading to learn about the railway stations you should give some thought to before passing!

Haunted Railway Stations of India

Every railway station that people refer to as haunted has been linked to rumours and urban legends, some of which may or may not be factual. However, whenever the train stops at such stations, there is always a corresponding worry. Here is a list of the five haunted Indian railway stations that would scare you forever.

  • 1 Sohagpur Station, Madhya Pradesh
  • 2 Barog Station, Shimla
  • 3 Begunkodor Train Station, West Bengal
  • 4 Dombivli Railway Station, Maharashtra
  • 5 Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh

Sohagpur Station, Madhya Pradesh

This ‘ghost railway station of India’ is located in Madhya Pradesh, close to Bhopal. Many people claim to have heard various voices at the station when the train halted on the platform or even just generally at night. These folks think it’s a woman screaming in misery and pain. To consider the passengers’ fear on the platform is extremely terrifying. This is our first railway station of list Haunted Railway Stations

Location of this Haunted Railway Stations: Sohagpur, Madhya Pradesh 461771

Barog Station, Shimla

Colonel Barog, a British railroad engineer, created the Barog train station in Shimla. According to the legend, he was entrusted with the task of constructing tunnel 33 at this station. After starting the project, it was discovered after several days that the length had been underestimated, leading to the failure of the entire endeavour.

After being reprimanded and punished by the government, Barog was so depressed that one day, while out on a stroll with his dog, he shot himself in the head with a handgun not far from the tunnel at the Barog Railway Station. Since then, this railway station is considered one of the top haunted railway stations in India and every passenger feels their spine chill as they enter the tunnel.

Location of this Haunted Railway Stations:  Barog, Himachal Pradesh 173211

Begunkodor Train Station, West Bengal

In West Bengal, this station is close to the Purulia district. The locals here have reported seeing women wearing white saris frequently at midnight during the arrival of some trains. Evidently, there were also eyewitnesses to this. These women allegedly died in a train accident at the Begunkodor train station, and it is thought that they only manifest at midnight since their spirits haven’t attained rest. Because of all the dread in the area, this station is frequently referred to as “India’s ghost railway station.” It’s eerie, isn’t it?

Location of this Haunted Railway Stations: Begun Kodar, West Bengal 723202

Dombivli Railway Station, Maharashtra

People claim that countless of accidents have occurred in this location and that many screams can be heard inside and around the station, making it one of the scariest train stops. According to some, a woman is often seen standing and sobbing at night. When asked why she is crying, the woman claims that she has to go home but is unable to. Due to multiple allegations of supernatural happenings, the Dombivli railway station in Maharashtra is included on the list of haunted railway stations in India.

Location of this Haunted Railway Stations: CST Side E-W FOB, Vishnu Nagar, Dombivli West, Dombivli, Maharashtra 421201

Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh

Due to the residents of Chittoor’s dread, the Chittoor railway station is still abandoned in the late hours. The late CRPF official named Hari Singh, who was attacked by RPF members on the train from Delhi to Kerala, is said to haunt the station and its surroundings. He had to disembark at Chittoor Railway Station due to the severity of his injuries, and after being treated, he passed away from his wounds 10 days later. It is thought that ever then, his soul has been wandering the platforms of the train station in pursuit of retribution and justice.

Location of this Haunted Railway Stations: Mahaveer Bridge, KR Palli, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh 517001

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The information about haunted places shared here is based on research and historical data. The IndiaDeets360 team has not physically visited these locations. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the haunting claims and advise readers to approach the content with skepticism and verify information from reliable sources before making any decisions related to these places. Visiting haunted places may involve risks, and individuals should prioritize their safety and follow local laws and regulations.

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