Horrific ghost towns in India that you may visit if you have those Ghostbusters instincts

For the people who believe ghosts do not exist then the given below places are finality the ones for you. For the people who have their own kind of belief and think that there is nothing such as ghosts and all then given below town awaits you. Do visit them to explore more.


Lakhpat is a part of Gujarat and is known for the forts and the ancient buildings present there. It is a vacant town and it is believed that haunted activities are a part of this town. So usually people don’t go here.


When we talk about the ghost towns in India, this place is one of the most famous ones which is situated on Pamban Island. The Dhanushkodi cyclone which occurred in 1964, caused heavy damages and devasted the entire region of Dhanushkodi and washed the whole passenger train Pamban-Dhanushkodi which lead to the death of 115 people. So it is believed that the spirits of those people roam there and nobody stays in this town.

Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri is a royal town which was made by Mughals. It is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved collections which shows the best kind of Mughal architecture in India.  It was destroyed after it was completed. The Royal and beautiful Fatehpur Sikri is in the list of top ten ghost towns in India and is the first most beautiful ghost town present in the whole country.


Mandu is situated in Malwa region of the Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh and is a ruined city where you will find everything is shattered into pieces. Mandu is one of the most popular tourist attraction of the state as it has a number of places which are worth visiting. The Jain temples and mosques are a must visit there.


Vijayanagara is situated in the Hampi and is a ruined capital city. In previous time Vijay Nagara was counted as the second-largest city in the world. Later on, it was captured and destroyed by Muslim armies and since then it is believed that it is the land of ghosts.

These are the five haunted towns of India that you may visit with your friends to get goosebumps from the adrenaline rush.


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