Ghost towns are the ones which are scary to some, but basically, hold a mystery for most. A ghost town in India is any town that has been deserted for any number of reasons such as natural calamity, drought or rumors of a ghost. Across the world, there are a number of such towns in India too. Given below is a list spookiest Ghost Towns in India.
Dhanushkodi meaning the ‘end of the bow’ is a small ghost town which is situated quite near to the Rameswaram. The town is so called owing to the legend that states that Lord Ram used his bow to break the stone bridge to Lanka after his return. This town is just 18 km away from Sri Lanka. Skeletal Structures of buildings can be found here and it is quite scary.
This ghost town is quite popular and requires no as such introduction. It has a deep history of black magic and observing supernatural forces. People have experience weird sounds of dance and many such things which makes it all the more scary location. After 6.00 pm the entry to this place is banned by the government.
This entire village was set to be empty in just one night. It is said that Paliwal Bramins collectively left their homes. It is believed that one Minister asked the villagers to handle him one girl which they did not want to. So they left the village altogether and cursed the village which made this place a deserted one. It is said to be a real ghost story of India.
This place is around 240 km away from Bangalore. Once it was one of the most populated and rich cities. The city fell to Muslim invaders and was lost until it was revived in the 1800s. Now a famous UNESCO site, Hampi beckons visitors with its magnificent temples, unusual architecture and ample of stories. With its musical pillars, chariot temple and underground passages, Hampi is a ghost town which you can enjoy exploring.
Fatehpur Sikri, once the superb capital of Mughal Emperor Akbar stands empty today. This capital city was reportedly deserted by people due to a shortage of drinking water.
The abandoned town still invites a number of visitors to experience the Mughal grandeur of its palaces and courtrooms of kings. So you must visit this place to know about the Mughal era.
Ross Island was once used by British which is now devoid of human inhabitants. The island was reportedly vacant in the 1940s because of an earthquake. It hasn’t been occupied since. The only residents over there are now stray deer, peacocks and other animals.
You should visit the island during the daytime and check out the abandoned British quarters, an old church, a few other buildings and the gorgeous blue sea that lines it. By taking a short boat ride from Port Blair you can reach there.