Bengaluru, the Garden City of India, has a lot of tourist attractions that grab attention from tourists and travellers around the globe. Well, the city also has its share of spooky stories and haunted places that could give you chills.
Let's take a look at some of the top haunted places in Bengaluru!
Bangalore International Airport
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1. Bangalore International Airport
The Kempegowda International Airport, also known as the Bangalore International Airport, is one of the most haunted places in the city. There have been many creepy incidents reported in the airport. A white lady spotted, paranormal activities near the cargo section and at the escalators, disappearing human figures, etc. make this place among the most haunted places in Bengaluru.
2. Victoria Hospital
Victoria Hospital, located near the city market, is said to have reported several paranormal activities. It is strange that the spirit spotted here is believed to be a 'hungry spirit'. Many people have found food missing from their plates, and coffee disappearing from their cups. Creepy enough, right?
MG road at night
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3. Call Centre at M.G. Road
This could be one scary place to travel if you work for night shifts. Years ago, a lady working for a call centre in M. G. Road was killed on the road by a drunk driver. The lady lied on the road screaming till she succumbed to death. After this tragic incident, people who travel by the road on that particular day every year, are said to have heard weird screams of a lady.
4. Kalpalli Cemetery
Though cemeteries are associated with death and negative energy, not all cemeteries are believed to be haunted. The Kalpalli cemetery in Sarvagna Nagar in Bengaluru is said to have seen and experienced many paranormal activities. Unidentified presence have been felt by several people who have visited the place. Scary looking humans have also been spotted at the cemetery premises.
5. Haunted Mansion at St. Marks Road
Though this mansion at St. Marks Road is said to be demolished in 2014, the stories related to the mansion never die. Many paranormal activities like the sound of piano being played at night, weird noises and strange unexplained presence have been reported. The mansion had an inverted cross in it and a statue which could be of Jesus, with no head.
If you're curious enough to know more about these places, do visit one of them in Bengaluru and write to us about your experiences. Meanwhile, leave in your valuable feedback/suggestions below.