April 4, 2016

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Most haunted hotels in India for those who are bold enough to face the spooky things

Hotels are a naturally creepy place... Just think, how many people have slept in that bed before you? How many of them were sick? How many... died?

Hotels are established to provide us comfort and luxury from our homes. But can you think of the moment when you are resting in a hotel where the doors and windows start bumping on their own.  There are lot of places in the world known for spooky things like church, bridge, fort and many others. But you will even more surprise to know that there are some creepy hotels known for the spooky things.

So if you want to discover more about these spooky things try staying at these places.

The Savoy hotel of Mussoorie

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The Savoy hotel of Mussoorie was built in year 1902. People say Lady Garnet Orme haunt the place who was died in 1910 mysteriously by adding strychnine (poison) in her medicine bottle. Few years later, the doctor who was tending her was also found dead in the same manner. The Indian Paranormal Society has observed certain spooky activities and whispers of a lady.

Hotel Fern Hill, Ooty

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It is said that during the fame of Bollywood horror thriller – Raaz, Saroj Khan and her team woke up in night hearing the sound of furniture rearrangement on the first floor. To their horror, they tried to contact the reception but the phone line was not working. Next morning, the receptionist informed them that there was no first floor in the hotel.

The Taj Palace – Mumbai

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With a long back history of centuries Taj Mahal hotel is one of the most expensive and sumptuousness hotel in India. If we consider the rumor Jamshedji Tata got the hotel architecture plan done by W.A. Chambers. But when Chambers came back from England he found that the hotel was made in a direction opposite to his architectural plans. Due the remorse and disappointment W.A. Chambers committed suicide by climbing from the 5th floor of the hotel.   Since then, hotel staff as well as visitors has witnessed the ghost of Chambers walking in the Old Wing.

Hotel Brij Raj Bhavan, Kota

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Built in 19th century, Brij Raj Bhavan was converted into a hotel in 1980. You will be amazed to know that Brij Raj Bhavan is considered as one of a happy haunted palace due to the home of a friendly ghost of Major Burton, a British official who was killed by the Indian soldiers in the revolt of 1857. Since then his ghost is rumored to walk in the hotel’s corridors and seldom slap the guards who sleep on duty.

Hotel Raj Kiran, Lonavala

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Hotel Raj Kiran is not grand hotel like Taj Mahal but the weird things make it to appear in the top of our list. If you are a Mumbai resident you can reach the place in 2 hours with a road trip. Despite the fact that,  it is not a very huge hotel, but a several paranormal experts have confirmed it a haunted hotel. If we believe on the visitors and hotel staff on the ground floor behind the reception a room in the corner is claimed to be haunted. Some guests have reported that their bed sheets have been pulled off when they were in sleep. Some of them have also reported blue flash lights in their feet. The hotel has closed the reservation of this fussy room due the increasing incidents.

Morgan House Tourist Lodge, Kalimpong

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Previously a heritage house, Morgan House Tourist Lodge is a terrifying lodge in a small hill station of Kalimpong in West Bengal. It was built in 1930’s by George Morgan, who used to live there till the death of Lady Morgan. There are rumours that ghost of Lady Morgan haunts the lodge and make it one of the bloodcurdling places in Kolkata. Some of the local residents also claimed to hear the sound of somebody walking in high-heels in the wooden corridors.


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