4 haunted places in Delhi that people avoid visiting

If you believe that the supernatural only lives in remote areas, thick forests and hills, you need to rethink! Some locations are believed to be haunted, even in a busy city like Delhi.

Here are 4 haunted places in Delhi that people avoid visiting

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1. Delhi Cantonment

Despite being described as the safest area in Delhi, Delhi Cantonment is not safe from scary entities. It is considered to be Delhi’s most haunted location. Numerous witnesses have reported seeing a horrifying woman wearing a white saree begging for a lift, and when denied so, she follows the car at the same pace.

2. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

The Feroz Shah Kotla Fort is said to be haunted by djinns. What makes this site unusual is that people pray to these Djinns and put their wishes on paper, hoping that they would come true.

3. Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal

The Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal, which Ferozeshah Tughlaq built as an inn, is now in ruins. There are rumours that the spot is haunted and that odd noises are heard there. There have also been reports of ghostly figures.

4. Sanjay Van

During the day, this 10 km stretched forest acts as a haven for youngsters and nature lovers. However, by the end of the day, it turns into a nightmare. The weirdly poised elder women in white and the children with evil laughs may pursue you into the darkness from which you cannot escape.