If you are planning to go on a long drive as usually people love driving through nights, so let us warn you. There are some roads you must avoid while travelling in India. You must have heard about the haunted and scary places in India but there are also some scary roads every traveller must avoid travelling specially at night. Some people have reported that they have experienced some paranormal activities on these roads while travelling.
Here is the list of scary and horrifying roads you must avoid.
Mumbai-Nasik highway has greenery on the both sides of the roads and it looks very beautiful but every thing which is beautiful doesn’t mean it can’t be scary. Kasara Ghat stretch on this highway is said to be one of the haunted places in India. Lots of the people have experienced some paranormal activities. It is also said that crossing this highway is harmful at night. People say that they have seen someone sitting on a branch of tree but can’t identify whether it is a man or woman, which is on the side of road. But when they went nearby there is a headless lady sitting on the tree. Some even say they have heard the laughing sounds as well. If you travel, avoid staring at the trees.
Delhi-Jaipur highway Via Alwar
If you are driving Jaipur Via Alwar, you will come across NH11 A, this road takes you to the Bhangarh Fort. You all have heard of the Bhangarh Fort, one of the most haunting places in India. It is said the Fort is the home of paranormal activities. The stretch around the area is also affected by paranormal activities. So, while passing by the road drive safely.
Kashedi Ghat stretch come across while travelling from Goa to Mumbai. It is said to haunted by the ghost, who tries to stop the vehicle passing by and if someone refuses to stop the car and runs over him, then they definitely meet with a major accident. Whereas, some people say that the road is the home for flesh loving witches, who are hungry for blood, flesh and meat. Some people had also claimed that they have been scratched on their face, back and neck. If you travel with some non-vegetarian food with you, then it is definitely going to disappear. So, it is advised not to carry non-vegetarian food in the car with you.
Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary Corridor
If you are travelling through NH 209, A part of it passes through the Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu. It is a forest which was once the residence of bandit Veerappan. It is said to be one of the most haunted places in Tamil Nadu. People say that they have heard loud screams, seen floating lanterns and also experienced some other paranormal activities.
East Coast Road
The road from Chennai to Pondicherry is believed to be very haunted places during night. The two-lane highway is known to provide a smooth ride with beautiful scenes on the side of roads, but at night it become haunting and horrifying. Avoid travelling after sunset as it is badly lit and people say that a lady in white saree is being seen distracting drivers, which lead to accidents. Some people have also experienced sudden changes in the temperature as well.
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