Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan: The legend goes that during the 16th century, a tantric named Singhia fell in love with Ratnavati, the beautiful princess of Bhangarh and knowing it was a hopeless match, decided to use his magic to seduce her. However, the princess uncovered his plans and sentenced him to death. Before his death, enraged by the turn of events, he cursed the palace to doom and the town to be roofless and miserable forever. Nearby locals believe that anyone who goes into the fort after dark won’t make it back, so visit at your own peril.
Ramoji Film City: The most famous film city of India was built over the remains of dead soldiers of the Sultanate, whose restless souls haunt the film sets till today. Stuntmen get injured in freak accidents, lights go off suddenly, mirrors get marked and equipment is destroyed regularly. Women seem to be particularly susceptible and have had their clothes torn by invisible forces and gotten locked in rooms.
D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai: the residents have reported ghost sightings of a lady who lurks around the area at night and vanishes without a trace once the sun is up. The locals believe she was an old lady who fell into a well while drawing water and drowned as no one heard her shrieks for help.
Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan: Salum Singh, the diwan of the region, levied huge taxes because of which it became extremely difficult for Paliwals to survive in the village. Also, he had his eyes on one of the girls of the community and desired to marry her, but was disapproved by the community. He then threatened the villagers that if he doesn't get what he desires then they will have to face dire consequences. Due to this, Paliwals along with the people of 84 other villages left Kuldhara to preserve their dignity and honour and now is famous for being haunted.
Agrasen ki Bauli: A stepwell of its proportions and brilliant architecture is a wonder in itself and so are the many tales that have caught the fancy of many. Legends say that the black water of the well lures people and leads them to draw ground themselves
Dumas Beach, Surat, Gujarat: This black-sand beach in Gujarat was once an important Hindu cremation ground, and by night local people avoid Dumas Beach as much as possible. From spooky shrieks to whispers, people have reportedly heard haunting sounds coming from Dumas.
Shaniwawwada Pune: 16-year-old prince Narayan was killed by his uncle as he was the successor of thrown. The young boy ran towards his uncle’s chambers to save him, screaming “Save me Uncle ”, but was killed and dumped into the river. Now every full moon night people hear the sounds of Narayanrao screaming for help or running across corridors.