Hyderabad the city of Nizam’s rich for its food and unity. The city has always been associated with the positive things like cyber hubs and biryani. Hyderabadi have always enjoyed the delicious food and witnessed the historic monuments, while a bit of them have horrifying memories with this place. There are quite a number of spoofy incidents that have happened around the city.
Here are Top Ten haunted places in the city, so that the ghost-hunters among you have some fun exploring to do.
Ravindranagar: The locals of Ravindranagar belief that the supernatural occurrences are a form of divine wrath that started after a temple was destroyed there.
Graveyard on Road 12, Banjara Hills: The streetlights on this road have a tendency to inexplicably switch off by themselves at night, while the area experiences a marked drop in temperatures. People driving by the graveyard at night have often punctured their cars on several occasions.
Uppal Stadium: Both staff and spectators have confirmed seeing a weird black entity haunting the dimly lit corridors of this stadium. Gives you the shivers at the very thought, doesn’t it!?
Shamshabad Airport: is haunted by spirits of those who were killed during the disputes preceding the construction of this airport. Video cameras have caught a man sitting with his head turned all 360 degrees and there is a creepy woman in white saree dancing on the runway! Don’t laugh.
Erramanzil’s Headless Ghost: Welcome to Hyderabad’s very own Sleepy Hollow – Erramazil – where a house is haunted by the spirit of a headless ghost.
Dedh Lakh Ghar:The house was constructed 40 years ago for an amount of Rs 1.5 lakh, which explains the name. Neighbours have claimed to have heard strange noises emanating from the house, especially of a woman crying.
Khairatabad Science College:Nobody dares to venture inside any more since a guard who was stationed at the gates was murdered mysteriously.
Golkonda Fort: The spirits of the thieves haunt the fort, but the most notable spirit haunting its ruined walls is that of Taramati Baradari who was a courtesan turned queen and still roams the corridors of the fort in spirit form.
Ramoji Film City: The instances of violent attacks by invisible forces happening to the visitors, especially the women, on a regular basis.
Kundanabagh Witches’ Lair: The neighbour said, “the three dead were seen doing some extremely unusual activities like lighting candles at midnight and walking around the house, scaring away people with an axe, and hanging bottles filled with blood on the verandah.”