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India, the land of mysteries: Haunted places in Karnataka

Team Udayavani, Jan 19, 2021, 6:10 PM IST

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Karnataka is known for its beauty, historical wonders, cuisine, corporate capital and what not. Imagine being stranded  at the airport and a huge demonic creature appears in front of you. Today we have curated below five haunted places in Karnataka. Dive in!

1) Bengaluru International Airport

Told ya! This is what we were talking about in the intro. Recently, people came across some supernatural occurrences at Bengaluru International Airport. As per reports, people witnessed a lady walking around on the runway wearing white. There have been rumours of a headless ghost near the escalators of the airport.

2) NH4 Highway

People claim to have noticed the presence of a good looking woman asking drivers for a lift. The lady disappears into thin air when drivers stop the vehicles. Later she reappears laughing hysterically while the drivers continue to drive again.

3) Call centre in MG Road

The story behind this place is that the woman working here was killed by a drunk driver. As she was injured on the road, asking for help, she eventually died and her spirits continue to haunt people passing by the call centre at night.

4) Hoskote route

The story here is about an old lady who asks for lift but refuses to enter the vehicle without help. Instead the lady laughs hysterically. People claimed to have been saved because of the presence of holy pictures.

5) Bijapur, Sixty Graves, Haunted Well

This place has a historical twist to it as Afzal Khan murdered 63 of his wives by pushing them into a well located near Saath Kabar. This is believed to be a haunting well where people have reported to have heard noises coming out of this well.

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