When denied a lift, the ghost zooms alongside as fast as the car goes. It is said that this lady, who was hiking in the area, died a sudden violent death and her spirit never left the place and still asks for lifts like a hitchhiker. In fact, if you speak to any locals, they will always warn you to avoid driving on these roads at night.
Dwarka Sector 9 Metro Station
Commuters have experienced getting slapped and sudden cold shivers rushing down their spine. There even have been some reports of bikers and car drivers crashing into the pavement on sighting this ghost. These scary incidents have been reported so often, that to ward off the haunted spirit,the locals have put figurines and pictures of gods around the tree.
Jamali Kamali Tomb and Mosque
People have reported sounds of growling animals when there are none & strange voices calling out to them. Some have even felt chilly winds rush beside them. It is said that there are djinns who protect the graves of these saints and scare away whoever tries to come too close.
House Number W-3
They have seemed to have seen things moving and heard crashing sounds. Some passers-by have reported hearing cries and sounds of laughter from the house. The stories have become so ingrained in the minds of Delhiites that nobody dares to occupy the house.
People who have tried getting close to the river to challenge these spooky stories have felt a sense of dread and creepy shivers. Known as the haunt of the spirits who were pulled in and never came back, Khooni Nadi is one of the most chilling haunted places to visit in Delhi. It is said that the waterbed is full of skeletons of people who dared to venture too close.
Fort of Feroz Shah Kotla
People have claimed to hear whispers, have felt unseen things brushing into them suddenly, and even smelled the fragrance of ittars in the air. Here the locals get together every Thursday to appease the spirits by performing rituals and saying prayers. Some even say that the djinns follow you back to your house if they take a fancy to you!
People have felt an eerie presence of floating spirits, blood-curdling cries, and gunshots here. Some say that they have felt broken into sudden sweats while feeling the chills at the same time. Whether it is the atmosphere of the place or the presence of spirits, Khooni Darwaza attracts hordes of adventure seekers trying to find answers to these spooky questions.
This cemetery, the oldest in Delhi, is also known as Nicholson Cemetery after the British-era soldier Nicholas who took his life after being cheated in love. Some people who have tried to spend the night near the cemetery have reported hearing blood-curdling cries and sounds of horses running, especially on a full moon night. It is strictly advised by the locals not to enter or stay back in the cemetery after dark.
Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal
People avoid visiting this mahal after the dark. Many have claimed to hear footsteps and cries coming from the dark ruins of the structure. The atmosphere of the place is such that even the flapping birds and buzzing night insects sound sinister. This is definitely amongst the scariest haunted places in Delhi.
Chor Minar, Hauz Khas
Not only did the place gets its name from this macabre practice, but it also inherited some of the scariest legends around it. People claim to hear blood-curdling yells as if people are still being tortured and killed. Some even talk about seeing severed heads floating in the air. This is certainly not a place for the faint-hearted and is amongst the most haunted places in Delhi.
Hence, people who love to experience the macabre and trailing the unknown have reported seeing ghosts of British-era soldiers roaming in this area. Although the Ridge area ghosts are friendly and have never harmed anybody.
Since then the structure bears a haunted desolate look. The eerie silences and the presence of hundreds of bats make the place even freakier. People who have ventured close by in the evenings have claimed to hear footsteps rustling and have felt the presence of something unearthly around them . So much so that the police have taken to patrolling this structure once every day.
The Karkardooma Delhi Court
But even after many police visits and installation of CCTVs, nothing was found and they still remain eerily unanswered. The winding alleys of the court are said to come alive with their resident ghosts. Lawyers and workers claim to have heard cries and eerie figures floating in the moonlight around the building. Quite an uncommon place for ghosts, but that’s the way it is!
Mutiny House, Kashmiri Gate
Some have even reported seeing pieces of bodies moving about in the memorial. Renaming the place as Ajitgarh has done nothing to take away from its chilling past and stories. It is one of the most haunted places to visit in Delhi.