Top 5 Haunted Places In Bangalore, Karnataka

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One of the most vivacious and rapidly developing cosmopolitan cities in Asia, Bangalore, now referred to as Bengaluru, welcomes uncountable footfalls for many reasons such as tourism, jobs, and more. However, apart from this hi-tech, ultra-modern and fun-filled image of this city, there is a dark side too, which can give you an adrenaline-pumping experience. With numerous haunted locations waiting to be explored, Bangalore has plenty of supernatural action to offer. So, if ghost-hunting is what you have in mind during your vacation, then read ahead and find out if you have heard about these top 6 haunted places in Bangalore, Karnataka.

1. Terra Vera

Terra vera,st marks road banglore

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What was a loving gift to two daughters from a father, is today, most probably one of the creepiest places in Bangalore. Also called ‘Vas Villa’, it was built by Ej Vaz, an Anglo-Indian lawyer. This abandoned colonial house was resided by Vera and Dolce Vaz, till 2002, when the 75-year old younger sister, Dolce was stabbed to death by an intruder. Her body was buried in the house and for safety issues, Vera was asked to shift somewhere else. Soon after people started reporting about seeing inverted crosses, a figure near the window, and scary headless statues of Jesus and Mary. There have been instances where witnesses have heard spine-chilling screams and sounds of the piano. The house was demolished in 2014, but the remains are still there, and spooky occurrences continue to happen.

Terra Vera

Address: Terra Vera, St Marks Road, Bangalore

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

2. Kalpalli Cemetery

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Also called St. John’s Cemetery, approximately 10 cremations a day are done at Kalpalli Cemetery, which is one of the oldest in the city. It is impossible to keep your nerves strong or think straight in a place like a cemetery. Rumored to be spookier than many other cemeteries, many people have gone through very frightening experiences here. While many have reported having seen a man in white clothes wandering around at the time of midnight, some have felt like they are being watched making them feel extremely uneasy. Not only this, it is so eerie that even the security personnel refuse to stay after sunset.

Kalpalli Cemetery

Address: St John’s Church Road, Cleveland Town, Frazer Town, Bengaluru 560005

Website: Kalpalli Cemetery

3. Victoria Hospital

Victoria Hospital- circa March 2005
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Most of us have heard about blood-thirsty ghosts but have you heard about a ‘foodie’ ghost? The spirit lurking around Victoria Hospital is believed to be a food lover, as several packets of food go missing from here. The locals believe that it is a woman’s spirit, who died many years ago in this century-old hospital. There have been reports of some bizarre incidents about this white figure roaming around at night; specifically, on a tree in the hospital’s premises. Owing to this, many staff members have refused to take night shifts. So, in case you visit this hospital make sure that you keep yourself as well as your food items safe!

Victoria Hospital

Address: Near City Market, Fort Rd, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560002

Website: Victoria Hospital

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

4. Bangalore International Airport

The Bangalore International Airport
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A cemetery being spooky is understandable, but an airport? But the Bangalore airport, also known as Kempegowda International Airport, is not only one of the busiest airports in India but is also one of the most haunted ones. First reported by a pilot, there have been instances where passengers, airport staff members, and taxi drivers have spotted a woman clad in white saree on the runway, requesting for help. But when some of them tried to, she just disappeared. Further, a headless ghost has been seen near the parking and the escalators. To find out more about these strange occurrences, infrared rays were used, and the presence of some negative energy was found. So, the next time you have a late-night flight from this particular airport, be careful!

The Bangalore International Airport

Address: KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300

Website: The Bangalore International Airport

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

5. National Highway 4

NH 4 National Highway Karnataka India
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Highways and hauntings have a very odd connection and National Highway 4 is no exception. One of the longest state highways, that boasts of lush green surroundings, is quite a breeding ground for supernatural occurrences post-midnight. Passer-byes have reported about spotting a beautiful woman who asks for lift and then disappears. What makes it more horrifying is that she appears suddenly in front of their car, laughing hysterically. Once it so happened that a man got so scared that he got out of his car and ran frantically. Unfortunately, he collided against the compound wall nearby and got badly injured. Although there is no such history related to this, this continues to happen even today.

National Highway 4

Address: Bengaluru, Karnataka 562162

Website: National Highway 4

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

6. Call Center on M.G Road

MG Road, Bangalore
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Mahatma Gandhi Road or M.G Road is one of the most-visited streets in Bangalore. You will find everything here – shopping malls, dance clubs, restaurants, cafes, many offices, and call centers. However, it is advisable to avoid the patch, where this particular call center is located. The rumor is that a young woman employee of this call center was killed in an unfortunate drink-and-drive accident. It is said that the driver instead of helping the woman, fled from the spot leaving her to die. Many people have reported having heard screams at night, specifically, every year on the same day, when this incident happened.

Call Center on M.G Road

Address: M.G. Road, Bangalore

How about some ghost-hunting while vacationing in Bangalore?

Apart from being renowned as the Silicon Valley of India or as the Garden City, Bangalore also draws attention owing to this very bizarre side of it. These spooky places in this state-of-the-art city have many unexplored dark secrets that the faint-hearted might not be able to handle. So, would you be brave enough to visit these top haunted places in Bangalore?

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