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India’s Most Haunted Railway Stations | भारत के सबसे भूतिया रेलवे स्टेशन In Hindi |

5 Most Haunted Railway Stations Around The World

 

5. Naini Railway Station – Uttar pradesh Naini was infamous for its prison, Naini Central Prison, where many freedom fighters—including Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India—were imprisoned during the Indian independence mo, the first official Airmail flight in the world arrived in Naini from Allahabad. Henri Pequet carried 6,500 letters a distance of 13 km. This was the first commercial civil aviation flight in India

4. MG Road Metro station – The MG Road Metro Station in Gurgaon has rather a spooky and horrifying horror story of being haunted by the spirit of an old lady. But like most other spirits of old lady, this one doesn’t just simple hover by. No, she screams along beside the train, with her eyes and tongue bulging out. The story is pretty basic, that she died a few years ago in an accident in this station, and has been haunting the station and the trains that pass through here.

3. Dwarka, sector – 9, Metro station – Delhi Not exactly the station, but a lady in white is known to haunt the area adjacent and around the Dwarka Sector 9 Metro Station in Delhi. The spirit of the lady runs behind people in car, sometimes even allegedly slaps them, knocks against the door, and traumatizes the poor late night travellers.

2. Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station – Kolkata The Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, which is one of the prime destinations in the Kolkata Metro Line is also haunted by ghosts of all those who have died here. A record number of passengers have committed suicide in this metro station, by jumping into the way of an oncoming train. If you dare to stay back in this station even after the last train for the day has left, you’re sure to see shadows lurking at the corner of your eye and the resonating sad screams of many travellers who met their end here.

1. Barog Station – Shimla The Barog Railway Station lies very close to the Tunnel no. 33 also known as the Barog Tunnel, which frequently sees paranormal activity. The tunnel was constructed by Colonel Barog, an engineer who committed suicide after being humiliated in front of his workers. It is believed that he shot himself while taking a stroll and was buried near the tunnel, which was then incomplete. Since then, he is seen wandering around the tunnel to make his presence felt.

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