10 Most Discussed Haunted Places in Karnataka You Should Never Plan To Visit

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When there are many places in Karnataka that are fun to visit, if you are adventurous then, there are also some spooky places that you may want to explore. If you believe in life, you must believe in death, iff you believe in God, you must believe in Satan and f you believe in the alive, you must believe in the dead. And if you believe in the dead, here are the real ghost stories. There are reports that justify the paranormal activities happening at these haunted places in Karnataka.

Everybody has heard a real-life tale or two about some of the scariest places. Some people act brave, but the fact remains that a few uncanny stories are spooky, like really spooky. Blame it on circumstances, but spine-chilling accounts confirm the presence of ghosts and spirits, especially when they come from locals. If you would want to explore any of these places, go ahead read on! Here we are with a few most discussed haunted places of Karnataka.

Muroor Road, Kumta

Muroor road at Kumta is one of the spookiest places in Karnataka. The haunting of a white-haired evil witch has been experienced by many on the Muroor Road. According to the legend, people who see her get sick and the experience haunts them for many days.
People generally avoid traveling by this road at nights. A white-haired witch is believed to haunt the road, leading to accidents at nights. It is also said that those who see the witch and escape any danger to their lives, would fall ill and keep seeing her for some days together.

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Haunted house, Udupi

A man who had a good reputation and standing within his committee, committed suicide after he found that his son had entered the field of crime. He was in so much of pain that even after his death; his soul still wanders around this house at Manjunath Nagar, parkala and the house now stands deserted.

Ballalbagh, Mangalore

In 2007 at an under-construction building near Shree Devi College at Ballalbagh, people reported hearing sounds of newly-born babies and woman wailing and pleading for help. The shocking part is that there was no one inside the building when people went in to help and this carried on for many days.

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Haunted flat, Hubli

A couple moved into this flat in the mid of 2012. The wife started noticing strange things inside the house, suddenly the lights would switch on and off and certain marks were found on her body which had formed after shifting to this house as if she had been assaulted. A priest was called in, who cleansed the entire area and then the paranormal activities stopped.

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Sixty graves, Haunted Well, Bijapur

Afzal Khan murdered his 63 wives at a well near Saath Kabar. The trigger which caused this tragic decision was the prophecy that his astrologers had given that he would lose the war against Shivaji and would also surely die. He, therefore, took his wives to a well at the outer limits of the fort city and pushed them into the well one by one and killed them. When two of his wives tried to escape, they were chased by his soldiers and killed. This well is supposed to be haunted and on certain nights people have heard noises coming out from the well.

haunted places in karnataka

And now you must be thinking you live in cities like Bengaluru and you can’t explore spooky scary things here? Ok guys this for you, read on!!!

Kalpalli Cemetery – Bangalore

The Kalpalli Cemetery is situated on the Old Madras Road in Bengaluru. It is also known as St. John’s Cemetery. The sources state that those who traverse on this road have come across a ghost-like entity at this cemetery. They claim that a human figure is often seen on the prowl at the cemetery. If you are a weak hearted person it is advisable that you keep away from this cemetery.

haunted places in karnataka

Bangalore International Airport

Apart from the state of art infrastructure, Bangalore International Airport has also made news for a rather unusual reason… for being one of the most haunted places in Bangalore. Many people have reported incidents around this place which are quite extraordinary. According to the sources a ghost has been seen around the Cargo section, it has also been reported that through the infrared technique of detecting the presence of a spirit has been confirmed. This and many such stories have added a spooky dimension to this rather unusual place to be haunted by a ghost.

ECC – 79, Mysuru

According to the legend, a person had committed suicide here and people have experienced paranormal activities since then. It is one of the most haunted places in Mysore.

Victoria Hospital, Bangalore

This place is one of those places where a lot of paranormal activities have been reported. A media report from a few years ago mentions a “hungry ghost” in the vicinity of the morgue that had finished off a packet of biryani another such story is about the mischievous ghost that used to drink tea from students cup. Sounds funny but seems like these spirits or ghosts do look hungry and thirsty by their acts.

Vaz Villa- St. Marks road – Bangalore

In St.Marks Road (some of the sources have informed that this mansion was demolished by now). This house belonged to two Anglo-Indian sisters, Vera Vaz(80) and her younger sister Dolce Vaz(75) who was murdered in this house in front of her sister by an unknown assailant, it is said that she was buried in the house itself which now stands deserted as nobody wants to live there or buy that property.

Many people have claimed to be the witness of paranormal activities around here like sounds of a piano during the night; unexplained noises and even a simple walk around this place would give you an unusual experience.

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These abandoned places have become places of interest for those who are fascinated by the supernatural. For those who are too afraid to visit these places in person, reading and sharing stories of these mysterious places might be the next best thing! Really? Nooooo!!

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