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Lothian Cemetery Haunted

Lothian Cemetery haunted is located on Lothian Road near Kashmiri Gate’s General Post Office in Old Delhi. You can actually get a look at this ancient British cemetery from the northeastern side of the Railway Bridge. This cemetery is home to many graves of people who belonged to Delhi’s Christian

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Malcha Mahal Haunted

Malcha Mahal haunted (a.k.a. Bistdari Mahal or Wilayat Mahal) is a historical village that was inhabited by thousands of villagers in 1600 A.D. This was a square community house at that time that was built by Feroz Shah Tughlaq. Located in the heart of Delhi, next to the Delhi Earth

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Sanjay Van Haunted

Sanjay Van haunted is located near the Qutabl Institutional Area (around Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli in South West Delhi, India). This is a vast forest that stretches for more than 784 acres (~ 3 square kilometers). It has several different access points including in Neela Hauz next to the CPWD

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Delhi Cantt Haunted

Delhi Cantt haunted (also referred to as Delhi Cantonment) was first established in 1914. This area consists of approximately 10,521 acres with a population of 116,352. There are a variety of policy letters and instructions from the Ministry of Defence pertaining to the area that have been issued. Nevertheless, the

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Jamali-Kamali Haunted

Jamali-Kamali haunted is a combination of a Mosque and Tomb that are located within the Archaeological Village complex in Mehraulii, Delhi, India. These two monuments are located adjacent to one another. People have claimed to have heard both growls of anguish in “strange” languages coming from these two areas. Read

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Agrasen Ki Baoli Haunted

Agrasen Ki Baoli haunted (a.k.a. Agar Sain ki Baoli or Ugrasen ki Baoli) is the Delhi most haunted place. This is a stepwell, which is an ancient subterranean structure that was built in order to allow the people of India to have water all year long. There used to be

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