Top 5 Hunted Hotels in India

Top 5 Hunted Hotels in India

We all have often observed the haunted experiences and seen on television that there are some places where creepy things happen. Most of them have some terrible experiences behind in which one thing is common – someone is dead around 100’s of years ago and their spirits are haunting over there. Next time when you are travelling book your room at these haunted resorts of India and see the ghosts and spirits firsthand.

1. Brij Raj Bhavan Palace, Kota

Brij Raj Bhavan, a palace integrated the 19th century, was changed into a heritage hotel in 1980. It is said to be home to the friendly ghost of Major Burton – an English official who was murdered by the Indian Sepoy’s in the mutiny of 1857. The ghost is said rumoured to walk the corridors of the palace and sometimes slap the guards who sleep on duty. He along with his family was extremely murdered in the central hall of the palace, and this is where you can feel the spirits of the man around you.

2. Hotel Savoy, Mussoorie

You would ever guess the penetrates about this position after I tell you that this very position is the idea behind Agatha Christie’s first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles in 1920. In the gorgeous mountain place of Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, this white hotel looks no less than the palace from favourite fairy tales. But, then comes the speculation about Hotel Savoy of a woman ghost haunting this beautiful piece of architecture.

3. Raj Kiran Hotel, Lonavala

This place could have got lost in the small town of Lonavala due to its little size, had it not been the incidents of paranormal activities that were revealed at this resort. The position owner can totally thank the ghost here for offering this position with popularity. The space in the area behind the wedding celebration is assumed to be a terrifying space of this resort. Guests have reported several incidents of bed sheets and blankets being drawn away while they were sleeping. Some have reported seeing the unusual blue lights flashing in the rooms without any source what so ever.

4. The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai

Hotel Taj Mahal Palace has a fascinating history. Jamshedji Tata was once declined authorization to get in the Watson Hotel by the British. Enraged by the elegance, he got the resort plan created by W.A. Chambers. However, when Chambers came back from his England trip, he found that the resort is created in a route reverse to his structural plans. The disappointed architect committed suicide by jumping from the 5th floor of the hotel. Rumors of the ghost of Chambers strolling in the Old Wing have been popular ever since.

5. Hotel Fern Mountains Structure, Ooty

Located in the charming mountain place of Tamil Nadu, Hotel Fern Hills palace talks about the traditional British structure. Made in 1844, the Hotel took to popularity during the capturing of Bollywood movie ‘Raaz’ in Ooty. Obviously, one night after the capture, the team of the video which involved the popular choreographer, Saroj Khan and performers encounter some unusual action. They could listen to scary appears to be of furniture moving on the first floor.