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What if something is lurking in the shadows, making its presence known to us in a variety of strange ways?

While most people make every effort to avoid coming in contact with the paranormal, a considerable number of us deliberately seek out the adrenaline rush that comes from being surrounded by the fascinating and unfathomable unknown. While the reality of ghosts and spirits has been disputed for ages, the conclusions we get from our personal experiences are the only ones that matter. When it comes to haunted stories, they're entertaining to hear and even more entertaining to watch on a TV screen. But what if something is lurking in the shadows, making its presence known to us in a variety of strange ways?

Even if you do not believe in ghosts, these locations and their stories make for an intriguing and engaging read regardless of your beliefs. The list of haunted locations in India is extensive, with each location connected with a frightening historical or folklore tale. They range from derelict forts and towns to abandoned mines and spooky hotels and more unexpected locations such as courtrooms and schools. If you want to push the limits and look for evidence of the supernatural, these are some of the scariest locations in India that you can visit:

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