15 Most Haunted Places In Delhi-NCR

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15 Most Haunted Places In Delhi-NCR

It does not matter whether you believe in them or not, haunted places and their stories are always captivating and intriguing in nature. Even when you are a cynical badass, you somehow fall for the stories associated with these eerie places. You may not actually spot ghosts here (well, maybe), but the chilling aura makes these places worth visiting. For the paranormal enthusiasts, haunted places are as thrilling as any other adventure.

15 haunted places in Delhi-NCR

#1. House Number W-3

Located in Greater Kailash, House Number W-3 is haunted in a cinematic fashion. The legend has it that an old couple was murdered over here and now their ghostly presence can be felt here. The locals report that they hear weird voices, ranging from sobs to screams and laughter, every now and then. The spooky aura of the place definitely gets it into the list of most haunted places in Delhi.

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#2. Jamali Kamali Tomb and Mosque

Back in 1535, two Sufi saints named Jamali and Kamali were buried at this tomb located within the Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Something paranormal can be felt at this place even in the broad daylight. The visitors have reported that they were followed by something that was hard to define. While you are here, voices may call out to you and you might even get slapped.

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#3. Sanjay Van

Popularly known as the eerie woods, Sanjay Van is located near Vasant Kunj. The greenery over here does not awaken the P.B. Shelley in you as you step into the spine-tingling woods. Visitors have reported seeing a lady dressed in white walking around the old trees. Many have encountered crying and screaming voices of children at this place.

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#4. Bloody River

An Indian counterpart of Bermuda’s Triangle, Bloody River, popularly known as Khooni Nadi, is located in Rohini. The legend has it that whoever enters the river does not come out alive. Numerous death incidents are associated with this river. Locals also report of hearing strange noises around the river.

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#5. Malcha Mahal

Located near Bistdari Road, Malcha Mahal is known for its chilling silence. A Tughlaq Era structure, Malcha Mahal was originally a hunting lodge. The spooky aura of the place is enough to scare anyone.

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#6. Nicholson's Cemetery (a.k.a. Lothian Cemetery)

One of the oldest cemetery, located in Civil Lines, Nicholson’s Cemetery has some paranormal stories linked with it. Many British soldiers, their wives, and children are buried in this cemetery. One of the most popular ghost sightings here has been that of the headless man. It is believed that the headless man was murdered ruthlessly by his beloved and he has been roaming around the cemetery while carrying his head ever since.

#7. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

Located in Vikram Nagar, Feroz Shah Kotla Fort was built centuries ago in 1354 by Feroz Shah Tughlaq. Apparently, the fort is now a home-sweet-home for Djinns. On Thursdays, the locals even light candles and write a letter to Djinns in order to please them.

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#8. Laal Darwaza

Khooni Darwaza was the place where three surviving sons of Bahadur Shah Zafar were publically executed. Located near Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, it is believed by the locals that the place is still haunted by the ghostly presence of the princes.

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#9. Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal

Another hunting lodge from the Tughlaq era, Bhooli Bhatiyari is located on the southern ridge of Delhi. The place is one of the most haunted places in Delhi. There have been numerous scary stories associated with this place. Strange noises have been heard at this place post sunset.

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#10. Mutiny House

Built originally in order to honor the British soldiers who gave up their lives during 1857 revolt, mutiny house is another most popular haunted places in Delhi. Some even report that they have seen severed limbs squirming around the place.

#11. Chor Minar

Who would have expected a haunted spot in the favorite hangout spot of Delhiites, the Hauz Khas Village. The tomb in the Hauz Khas Village was apparently built during the reign of Ala-ud-din Khilji. The tomb was purported to hang the heads of the thieves with spikes. Yes, that’s why there are holes in the tomb. So, it is believed that the spirits of the thieves still lurk around the place.

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#12. Phoenix Shoe Factory

Over 200 people died in here after a fire broke out at this shoe factory located in Noida. The factory still had the ghostly presence of the howling women and children. Reportedly, they even had to shut down a few rooms in the building where the wailing noises were extremely loud.

#13. KC-19

Located in Kavi Nagar, Ghaziabad, KC-19 was a house of two families who were brutally murdered. The house is now believed to be haunted and the locals have even seen children running around the house. The bloodstains on the wall of this house are impossible to get rid of.

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#14. Saffron B.P.O.

One of the most haunted buildings of Gurgaon, Saffron B.P.O. is built on a graveyard. The B.P.O. had an employee named Rose, who was basically the best employee they have ever had. One day she received an unusually long inbound call and went for an unscheduled leave thereafter. When the management tried to track her family, they were told that Rose had died eight years ago.

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#15. Ashoka Vihar Flyover

1-4 a.m. is the time when the paranormal activities at the Ashoka Vihar flyover are at its highest. People who drive through this flyover at that time may encounter a woman. In case people get into any sort of conversation with the woman, their car breaks down or they lose their way.

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