It’s difficult to think of Bangalore as a haunted town when one looks at its state of the art IT Park, posh clubs, swanky malls, new age cafes and roads glittering with lights. However, there is one side of Bangalore that is eerily spooky and deeply haunting. The city is filled with corners that breathe of other worldly spirits and if you are interested in discovering this other side of Bangalore then all you need is to devote an evening to discovering the ghostly spots.
Most cemeteries are very scary but this old run down one bear the Old Madras Road goes a notch higher on the horror quotient. Many visitors to this cemetery have spoken of a strange looking man wandering about the graves at unearthly hours. There is a disturbing feeling of tension that haunts the air of this cemetery as if unspoken whispers are floating around in the wind. Many people who have gone to Kalpalli evening post cemetery have spoken of a vague fear grasping their heart. If you are a Brave-heart, you might want to check out exactly how spooky this place is.
Terra at St Marks Road
The old and abandoned house on St Marks Road is a hot favourite amongst ghost hunters of Bangalore and has also drawn occult enthusiasts from across the country. Per legends, this house belonged to sisters Vera and Dolce Vaz and there was a horrific murder in 2002 when Dolce was killed brutally by an unknown assailant. The other sister soon left the house after some property complications arose. Since then no-one could dare to stay there as temperatures drop suddenly, muffled screams are heard from various corners of the house and there are demonic signs everywhere. The house has been partly demolished now but the rumours are alive. You might want to take a late evening ride with friends on bikes rented from ziphop for checking out this haunted spot.
The NH 4 is one of the best places around Bangalore when it comes to enjoying a great night spin. Highways and ghosts have a deep bond and there is a strange female draped in white who has been seen in the highway at night. Supposedly, the lady asks random bikers and motorists for a lift and then disappears. On some days, she re-appears and laughs wildly scaring onlookers. The next time you plan a ride down the NH4 you can keep an eye out for the lady in white.
The hundred-year-old hospital near the City’s Market has witnessed a lot of strange incidents and ghostly sightings. Some people have reported ghost sightings on the hospital compound. If you are a wannabe ghost spotter, then this spot is a good starting point for you as the ghost here is rather fun loving. Its reported that food packets have gone missing from this hospital on several occasions.
When you have access to Bangalore’s most versatile bike rental service Ziphop, then you could surely venture out to explore these other worldly wonders of Bengaluru.