5 Haunted Highways Of India That Every Traveller Must Avoid In Night

Updated on 30 Mar, 2018 at 12:42 pm

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We all love spooky stories! Since childhood, we have heard about many such stories told by our nannies and grannies. A story involving ghosts always sound interesting and if it is based on true events, it definitely gives us goosebumps. Reading such stories is surely fun, but when something paranormal happens in real life, a person’s  perspective towards these things gets completely changed.

There are many places in India that are believed to be haunted, including some of the heavily used highways.  These highways have a mysterious side to them, and travellers frequently report the signs of supernatural activities there.

 

1. Kasara Ghat


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Located at Mumbai-Nashik highway, Kasara Ghat has lush green vegetation on its either sides. But don’t look at these trees! A lot of travellers have claimed to have seen a headless lady sitting on the trees.

 

2. Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary Corridor

 

 

A stretch of NH-209 passes through Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary. This part of the road is believed to be one of the most haunted places in Tamil Nadu. Interestingly, this forest was once the home of infamous bandit Veerappan. Both locals and travellers claim to hear spine-chilling screams here. They have also seen floating lanterns in the air and experienced other paranormal sightings.

 

3. East Coast Road



 

 

While travelling from Chennai to Puducherry, you will come across the East Coast Road. This beautiful road is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a local lady. Travellers have witnessed her wandering on the road. She makes drivers lose their focus and get into deadly accidents.

 

4. Kashedi Ghat

 

 

Kashedi Ghat is a stretch on the Mumbai-Goa highway that must be avoided at night. People say that a mysterious ghost signals to stop the vehicles passing this stretch. If someone tries to speeds up and overrun him, the vehicle meets with a major accident.

 

5. Jamshedpur NH 33

 

 


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This highway is infamous for a large number of deaths and it is the only highway in India where the number of fatal accidents exceeds the number of non-fatal accidents. A particular stretch of this highway is said to be haunted by an evil spirit, and it is believed that she is behind these accidents. There are many temples on NH 33 including a temple of Van Devi. It is believed that if you stop to take blessings of Van Devi, you can dodge the spirit and can avoid the accidents.