10 Haunted Places In Hyderabad That You Must Not Visit Alone
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Venturing into the paranormal is an adventure in itself. Taking the thrill into its extremes, haunted places in Hyderabad have become a favorite among travelers seeking to escapade into the next level. One of the most ancient cities of India, Hyderabad serves as the perfect location for a number of haunted locations.

From the mysteries of the Banjara hills to the chilling atmosphere of the Golkonda Fort, the city of Hyderabad is a hub for paranormal activities and nightcrawlers who are in hunt for the haunted. What makes these places even more alluring are the stories they are surrounded with.

A number of investigators visit the place in chase for the paranormal activity and everyone has a distinct and ghostly experience to narrate. In short, if you are up to venture into the haunted and explore the unexplored, buckle up because these horror places in  Hyderabad are your next stop and don’t forget your brave pants, it can really get eerie. Warning: Brave hearts only.

01

Shamshabad Airport

Shamshabad Airport

Shamshabad airport or popularly known as the Rajiv Gandhi Airport has always been a subject of intense controversies and ghostly stories. Incidents of employees finding a man with a rotating head in the airport’s inquiry room or a pilot stopping the plane on the runway before takeoff because he noticed a woman standing in a white saree in front of him have been making their rounds among the localities for quite some time.

These reported incidents and analogies have made Shamshabad Airport one of the most haunted places in Hyderabad and an attraction of various ghostbusters and paranormal activists. It is also believed that underneath the airport lies dead bodies of a number of individuals. Now that is eerie for sure.

Location: Shamshabad Airport, Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Telangana 500409

02

Graveyard on Road 12

Graveyard on Road 12

During the ancient times when Mughals ruled the country, the haunted place which is now known as Graveyard on Road 12 at Banjara Hills was a prominent location for recreational activities like hunting for the rulers. Now, it is considered to be among the prime horror places in Hyderabad.

The place is surrounded by stories and spooky incidents. From rapid deteriorations in the prevailing temperatures of the place at night to incidents like cars passing through the forest being stopped due to uncommon tyre punctures and unknown damage to the car have been reported quite frequently. Various paranormal activists have also provided enough evidence to support that spirits at Graveyard on Road 12 do exist.

There are haunted stories about the place developing each day by passengers who have passed by the road. All in all, if you are up for some serious thrills, you need to visit the GraveYard on Road 12.

Location: Graveyard, near Road Number 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana

03

Banjara Hills

Banjara Hills

One of the spookiest places in Hyderabad, the majority of the Banjara Hills location is encompassed with dense forests cutting through which are the road. These roads are a hub for eerie incidents and sinister occurrences. The place also holds a number of cemeteries in its premise and many stories of unexpected incidents have been coming out of the spot for years.

From the street lights being automatically switched off to sudden appearances of individuals on the road, the place is home to some serious scares. If you are in an escapade for a real haunted experience, the biggest horror places in Hyderabad for you  is the Banjara Hills.

Location: Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana

04

Golkonda Fort

Golkonda Fort

Built in the 13th century by the ancient rulers of Andhra Pradesh called Kakatiyas, Golkonda fort has made a prominent name for itself for being more than just a tourist attraction, a haunted location. The story surrounding the place includes the dancing Queen. It is supposed that the queen's body was buried in the depths of the fort and many say that after sunset, her dancing feet echo in the fort.

Others have also seen ghosts in the shadows of the trees that surround the fort. But, the place gets even more spooky after 6 in the evening and many have claimed to see various paintings turning and moving around in the fort. These sinister activities and overwhelming stories related to the fort surely takes it to the top of haunted places in Hyderabad.

Location:  Golkonda Fort, Khair Complex, Ibrahim Bagh, Hyderabad, Telangana 500008

05

Khairatabad Science College

Khairatabad Science College

A place of knowledge and education, Khairatabad Science College was built to promote science and technology in the city. But, something disastrous happened in the college and it all went down the hill and now the college is nothing but a haunted location.

Many believe that the place holds the spirits of the dead on whom science experiments were conducted. No living person dares to enter the premises after the news broke out that the guards who were maintaining the decaying college building were found dead in the vicinity.

Location: Saifabad Science College Rd, Masab Tank, Hyderabad, Telangana 500004

06

Dedh Lakh Ghar

Dedh Lakh Ghar

Built as a residential house for more than 40 lakhs 10 years back, Dedh Lakh Ghar is now a haunted destination many are scared to visit. The stories related to this place are in strong abundance. It is said that the owner who created the house died along with his family after they moved into the house. But, it doesn't stop there. Every person who has ever owned this house has either committed suicide or died of unexpected illnesses.

Many who visited have also taken their experiences to the internet and have warned others not to visit the place. But, if you are one for the spooks, you have got a house waiting for you. In other words, when it comes to horror homes, Dedh Lakh Ghar is among the best haunted place in Hyderabad.

Location: Dedh Lakh Ghar, Seethaphal Mandi area, Hyderabad.

07

Uppal Stadium

Uppal Stadium

Cricket is a passionate sport in India but wait till you discover the Uppal Cricket Stadium. There have been multiple reports of eerie anomalies happening at the stadium. The stories range from people finding ghostly shadows in the corridors of the stadium to flickering of stadium lights at night.

The stories have made the place famous, more as a haunted location than a cricket stadium. The mysteries of this place are still to be solved and make it the perfect spot for adventures to explore. So, brace yourself and do pay a visit to this bizarre cricket stadium. 

Location: Uppal Stadium Rd, Uppal, Hyderabad, Telangana 500039

08

Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City

Films have always fascinated us and are a prime contributor in delivered some of the spookiest experiences. But, at Ramoji Film City the spooks go from reel to real. Encapsulated in acres of land, the film city is widely used for various kinds of video production work. However, the place has more to it.

There have been incidents including people being knocked off and appearances of mystical images out of the blue at this film city. Unknown anomalies during the production of films have also been encountered at the place, especially at night. In short, this place is amongst the most prominent haunted place in Hyderabad.

Location: Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad, Telangana

09

Kundanbagh Witches’ Lair

Kundanbagh Witches’ Lair

Acknowledged for being one of the top tier places, the Kundanbagh Witches' Lair has a distinct story to tell. Although many reside in the area, one particular residence has been the prime subject of a number of haunted occurrences. People in the neighbourhood have found a lady marching with a lit candle in her hands around the corridors of the house.

Other stories of a burglar in his attempt to breaking in the house found three dead bodies of women decaying inside have also come in the light. In other words, the place looks like a house from a creepy story, only it's real making it acclaimed destination among haunted place in Hyderabad.

Location: Kundanbagh Colony, Begumpet, Hyderabad, Telangana

10

Ravindra Nagar

Ravindra Nagar

Once a peaceful residential area is now considered to be amongst the most visited Horror Places in Hyderabad. Localite in the area believe that it all starts with the demolition of a temple in the region. Soon after the destruction, a number of anomalies like deaths started to occur which the residence believe is the work of a ghost.

People living in the area take major steps with some even carving  'Jai Sri Ram' in red on the wall of the streets and their homes to protect themselves and the area from the spirits. If you have a knack for ghosts and believe in the paranormal, a trip to this mystical place in Hyderabad is a must.

Location: Ravindra Nagar, Habsiguda, Secunderabad, Telangana

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