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8 Most Haunted Roads In India You Might Not Want To Travel in The Night On

Roads have been the carriers of information, people and goods. Roads take travellers to some of the most beautiful locations, but what if some of these roads have stories behind them, stories that might stop you from travelling on these roads? We are going to narrate some of the stories behind the most haunted roads in India, so you better beware the next time you plan to travel on these roads.

1) Jamshedpur NH33

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The Jamshedpur NH33 is infamous for the accidents and the high number of deaths that occur here. The death here occur in the most bizarre manner and many people believe that ghosts are the reason behind it. The road has temples on both ends and it is believed that those who don’t take blessings will meet a fatal accident. Many drivers have also reported cases of seeing a tall lady in a white saree.

2) Delhi Cantonment Road

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The Delhi Cantonment area is quite notorious for being a spooky area. The Delhi Cantonment road also has stories of drivers spotting the ghost of a woman in a white sari asking for lift. Residents dread passing this area in the night and claim that the road is haunted. Better be careful while driving in the night!

3) Kashedi Ghat

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The Kasedi Ghat that comes on the Mumbai-Goa highway might give you one of the most beautiful views, but you might also end up getting the scariest chills if you travel through this road. It’s said that the road is haunted by the ghost of a person who comes in front of people’s vehicle and signals them to stop. Many people would then apply sudden breaks, which would lead to accidents. Huge number of accidents have been reported in this area. Haunted or not, one must be extra careful while driving in this area.

4) Kasara Ghat

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Kasara Ghat on the Mumbai-Nashik highway offers some really picturesque views, tempting travellers to travel through this road. The Kasara Ghat is notorious for being haunted and people have claimed to see a headless lady sitting on the trees. There have been huge number of accidents in this area too.

5) Blue Cross Road, Chennai

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The Blue Cross Road in Chennai has very few residential areas near it and many inhabitants of this area have committed suicide in the past years. Many believe that it’s these dead people who appear has white figures on the road during night and follow people. There has also been reports of mysterious apparition of a lady in white on moonless nights.

6) East Coast Road

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The East Coast Road that connect Chennai to Pondicherry is supposedly haunted. The road is badly lit and it’s believed that the ghost of a lady in white sari suddenly appears in front of vehicles leading to accidents. Many have also experienced sudden temperature drops on this road. Better avoid this road after sunset.

7) Satyamanglam wildlife sanctuary corridor

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The National Highway 209 that passes through the Satyamanglam wildlife sanctuary corridor is said to be haunted. The forest once used to be the home of the infamous bandit Veerappan. Travellers claim that they hear loud screams and see weird floating lanterns while travelling through this road. Some believe that it’s Veerappan’s ghost that haunts this area.

8) Marve & Madh Island Road, Mumbai

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This road is very narrow and often deserted. It’s said that the ghost of a bride haunts this road who was apparently betrayed by her husband and killed in a car accident. People have reportedly see an apparition of a woman in a bridal outfit who would scream and sob.

Haunted or not, please drive carefully whenever you travel through these roads.

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