Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Popular Haunted Locations in India

Reasons are aplenty for hopping aboard one of the cheap flights to India. Other than its hundreds of tourist trappings, the country also offers quite a few places to those who are intrigued with the supernatural. Here are just two of the most famous of such places, which prove well worth buying one’s cheap tickets to.

Bhangarh, Rajasthan

The Bhangarh ruins in Rajasthan are perhaps the most famously haunted place in India. The city is said to have been destroyed due to some curse and the Archaeological Survey of India has put up a signboard telling visitors not to enter after dusk. People claim that mysterious images have come up in their snapshots and the atmosphere is very strange. Besides ghost hunting in Bhangarh, most people who catch flights to India, also visit Rajasthan for checking out the other numerous forts and monuments.

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

Hyderabad is another lovely Indian destination worth taking a flight to. Amongst its numerous magnetic attractions, Ramoji Film City has a special claim to fame. Someone buying entry tickets to the place would never be able to guess the extent of paranormal activity reported here. It is said that unseen entities have pushed light men to the ground from great heights and strange writings have turned up on mirrors. Women are at the worst receiving end of these ghostly activities. There have been reports that invisible hands have even torn their clothes. Some people opine that Ramoji Film City is built on the war ground of Nizam Sultans and has seen much bloodshed.

Other Haunted Locations in India
Khooni Darwaaza in Delhi

The Raj Kiran Hotel, Lonawala, Pune

The Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

Writers' Building, Kolkata

View the complete article here for more details about popular haunted locations in India. Book your flights to India to enjoy the supernatural thrills in India.

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