Thursday, December 1, 2022

Haunted Indian Roads: These are the most haunted roads in India, where it is forbidden to go even during the day!

Indian Haunted Roads: Generally people call ghosts and ghosts garbage, but according to some beliefs, there are ghosts. Do you know that many such roads in India lead to ghostly places and people believe that spirits live there. Although no one has any explanation about this, people still believe it to be true and are afraid to go even during the day.

There are many such accidents, which are unusual, on the National Highway-33 connecting Jharkhand’s capital Ranchi and Jamshedpur. Some people say that the ghost is doing this and some people believe that the road is cursed. There are temples on both sides of this highway and it is believed that if a driver does not stop and pray at both the temples, then his vehicle crashes. It’s strange enough, but people believe it to be true.

According to the belief, the fort of Bhangarh is considered to be one of the most haunted places in India and it is said that for this reason the Delhi-Jaipur highway is also considered cursed. Many people believe that there are many scary things to be faced on this road, which cannot be explained. They say that when you pass near the fort you feel some negative energy and strange things.

Kashedi Ghat, located on the Mumbai-Goa highway, is believed to be haunted and people believe that this place, famous for its beauty, turns scary at night. People say that a woman stops the vehicles passing through here at night and the driver who tries to leave the car without stopping becomes a victim of an accident.

The highway passing through the Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu is also believed by people to be haunted and they say that it is quite scary. People say that they often heard the voice of strangers passing through the streets and also saw the light. However, no proof of this has been found so far. Let us inform you that the robber Veerappan also lived in this forest, and was later killed by the police.

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Delhi Cantt Road is also called ghostly and people coming from here claim that the ghost of a white sari woman roams on this road. It is said that a woman walking on this road asks for a lift and the car does not stop, but starts running along with the car and tortures it. However, there is no evidence of this.

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