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5 MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN MUMBAI

Spots that are spooky or haunted are the ones that have a few spirits, as said according to the people. They are the topics of special late-night discussions.

Be that as it may, regardless of whether you have believed in spirits or not, even you need to admit, the creepiness of these spots and the history related to them can terrify even the most courageous.

Let’s see at Mumbai’s Top 5 Haunted Places one by one.

1. Mukesh Mills, Colaba

Mukesh Mills

One of the most popular haunted places in Mumbai, Mukesh Mills is an old Building that was crushed by a fire in 1870. From that point forward, it has been left deserted totally and is said to be spooky.

The Mills are a popular area for Bollywood shoots yet most film stars are frightened out by the area. It is the same mill which is referred to by the name Mini mills in the 2009 movie ‘Wanted’ starring Salman Khan.

There have been numerous occurrences on sets while film shooting and shooting are wrapped up mostly before sunset because no one has the courage to stay there after sunset.

2. Aarey Milk Colony

Aarey Milk Colony

It’s the same place where many YouTubers had done the vlog at night. It is the second most haunted place in Mumbai which is covered by trees on the two sides, resembles an asylum.

In any case, it is sheer hellfire for drivers taking the street late during the evening. There have been various mishappenings out and about and every one of the driver’s guarantees that they were halted by a lady in a saree with a kid who approached them for a lift and afterward vanished. Isn’t that sound like a haunted movie scene, but it’s the truth.

In some cases that the lady follows the vehicles on the off chance that they don’t stop. There are additionally reports of a kid running and afterward vanishing. Drivers either take the car fast or don’t go from this road.

3. Eighth Floor, Grand Paradi Towers

Eighth Floor, Grand Paradi Towers

The eighth floor of Grand Paradi Towers is said to be cursed. The primary occurrence was that of a couple bouncing from their floor, followed by other relatives the following year.

There have been reports of housekeepers ending it all (suicide) in the place and other monstrosity mishaps killing inhabitants. Notwithstanding various pujas and different strategies used to avoid spirits, the towers still stay one of the most spooky places in Mumbai.

4. Tower of Silence

Tower of Silence

A spot where the perished individuals from the Parsi people group are left to be eaten by vultures (Zoroastrians accept that they are coming back to nature what they had taken), this spot is abandoned and accepted to be spooky during the evening.

Situated on Malabar Hill, scarcely anybody ever adventures here post dull. In spite of the fact that there are no sightings announced, the individuals going by sense some unusual activity there.

5. Sanjay Gandhi National Park

A most loved among climbers and nature fans, Sanjay Gandhi National park is celebrated for its wild creature sightings. Yet, the recreation center is likewise viewed as spooky and there have been sightings of a drifter disappearing into thin air seen by picnickers.

While many uncertainties the credibility of these announcements and state they are spread to fend off individuals during the evening, the woodland watchmen vouch for the creepy drifter.

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