India has forever known to be a land of mythology, mystery and rich cultural history. This country proudly boasts of the almost all kinds of architectural wonders, from Buddhist stupas, to mausoleums, to beautifully constructed temples. But with a lot of mythology, there is also the ever present mystery surrounding most of these historical sites.
Pune is one such city, which has a lot of historical monuments as well as imminent scholars in the field of education, hailing from here. But with that, this city also has a fair share of haunted places, that would be the best travel destinations for the upcoming Halloween.
Check out these 4 haunted places and pack your bags for a ghostly tour of them!
This legendary fort is very well known, for its magnificent architecture and the benevolent kings who ruled from this palace. But on certain full moon nights, this place becomes the fort where, an innocent nephew was mercilessly murdered by his evil, conniving uncle. One can hear cries of “kaka mala vachva’ (uncle please save me) from this fort on such nights. Screams and cries is almost a daily occurrence and the fort is believed to be haunted by spirits of all the soldiers who dies here in a fire.
2. Victory Theatre
Thimayya street is Pune can very well give the pedestrians, a full blown live horror show. The victory theater situated on this street goes back way back in time and has been a regular to all kinds of paranormal occurrences. Unexplained noises, the screams and cackling laughter and blood curdling cried have known to break the eerie silence of the night here. This abandoned theater has become one of the most feared spots in Pune thus.
3. Chandan Nagar
If you are among those few, who love to watch movies about haunted houses and scary ghosts of children, then this is the perfect place for you to visit. It is believed that a young girl died here, while the construction of a house was taking place. There’s a rumor that if you go visit this place, this ghost of a little girl, holding a doll comes running at you screaming at the top of her voice.
4. The Haunted House At M.G. Road
Another haunted house, which hasn’t be inhabited by humans for a long, long time. There’s a story that a small girl was killed here and her cries and sobs are a daily occurrence. You should totally visit this place, if you want to see furniture or whatever is left of it, hurled around.
Go ghost walking, Puneri style!