Do you think railway stations are dull, dirty, crowded and boring? If yes, think again. Here is a complete list of all the railway stations in India that are believed to be haunted.
1. Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, West Bengal
Reports suggest that people have spotted a ghostly-figure roaming around on the tracks.
Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station in Kolkata is quite a popular station that is used by many commuters on a daily basis but it is also believed to be haunted. It is said that after the last metro passes at 10:30 PM, people spot a ghost-like figure on the tracks. No one really knows the identity of the ghost for sure.
2. Begunkodor Station, West Bengal
According to reports, passengers have complained about seeing a lady ghost wandering and dancing at the station.
This railway station is located in a remote village in Purulia and it was closed for 42 years because of the eerie experiences that people reported. Many passengers complained about seeing a lady-ghost dancing and walking around, at the station. It was believed that the woman was run over by a train. The station was re-opened by the government in 2009 after they rubbished all the claims of the station being haunted.
3. Dwarka Sector 9 Metro Station, Delhi
This metro station is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a lady ghost who also allegedly chases behind cars.
This is technically a metro station in Delhi that is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a lady clad in white who runs behind the cars that are passing through the area. Some passersby have also complained about hearing knocks on their door and being slap by an unknown entity. Many accidents have also been reported due to this unusual activity.
4. Naini Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh
This station is believed to be haunted by the spirits of freedom fighters who died in Naini Jail, near the railway station.
It is believed that the spirits of the freedom fighters, who lost their lives in Naini Jail, which is near the railway station, reside here. The spirits are believed to be harmless but the locals say that their presence can be felt.
5. Dombivli railway station, Maharashtra
Legend has it, this station is said to be haunted by the spirit of a lady who seems to be waiting for the train to arrive.
This station is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a lady who is seen waiting for the train to arrive at the station. Many people have also complained about feeling uneasy and uncomfortable. Some also claim that they have felt the presence of something unknown.
6. Ludhiana Railway Station, Punjab
It is said that the spirit of an ex-employee still wanders around in the Reservation Centre office.
According to reports, it is believed that the spirit of a former Computer Reservation System officer named Subhash, who died in 2004, still haunts this station. People say that Subhash loved his job and even after his death his spirit lurks around in the Reservation Centre office where he used to work earlier.
7. MG Road Metro Station, Gurgaon
This metro station in Gurgoan is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a woman who died in an accident, years ago.
Passengers have often complained about experiencing paranormal activities at this station. It is said that this station is haunted by the spirit of a woman who died here years ago in an accident. Many also claim to have seen her roaming around in the station, clad in white saree.
8. Mulund Railway Station, Mumbai
This station is said to be haunted by the spirits of all those who died here while crossing the tracks or in a mishap.
According to reports, this railway station is haunted by the spirits of all those who lost their lives while crossing the railway tracks and other such accidents. Passengers and locals have often complained about hearing screams, wails and cries during night time.
9. Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh
This station is allegedly haunted by the spirit of a CRPF jawan who was attacked by other personnels on duty, while traveling on a New Delhi-bound Kerala Express.
Sources suggest, a CRPF official named Hari Singh was allegedly attacked by RPF personnel and a couple of TTEs on duty on a New Delhi-bound Kerala Express in 2013. Hari was badly wounded so he got down at the Chittoor railway station in the early hours to seek help but he succumbed to his injuries 10 days later in the hospital. Now, it is believed that his spirit haunts this railway station 'in search of justice.'
10. Barog Station, Shimla
This station is believed to be haunted by the spirit of Colonel Barog who committed suicide after being humiliated in front his colleagues.
British railway engineer, Colonel Barog was given the responsibility of building a tunnel through a mountain but due to certain miscalculations he failed at the task. He committed suicide by shooting at himself, after he was ridiculed and humiliated in front of his workers. Now, it is said that his spirit still wanders around the station and the tunnel. Many passersby have also said that they have felt his presence.
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