Bangalore, which is famous as the IT hub of India, is also loved for its beautiful weather and huge malls. The trails of trees, hundreds of cafes, the beautifully painted walls and of course the filter ‘kappi’ is enough to make you fall in love with the city. However, there are some places in the Silicon Valley of India that have the potential to send chills down your spine. Yes, we are talking about the most haunted places in the city that are spooky enough to freak you out.

From the Bangalore International Airport to Kalpalli Cemetery, there are a number of places in Bangalore that are believed to be “haunted”. Locals have claimed of the presence of certain supernatural and strange elements in these places.

So, if you are done bragging about the oh-so-pleasant weather of the city, try and visit the most haunted places in Bangalore. Can you prove it to the world that you are not one of those who keeps their feet inside the blanket so the monster won’t get to you? Here are the top 7 haunted places in Bangalore that will scare the bravest.

#1 Bangalore International Airport

Bangalore International Airport

Bangalore International Airport

The tale of “lady in a white saree” never gets old. A pilot had once claimed to have spotted a ‘mysterious white saree lady’ on the runway after which he asked the airport staff to save the woman.  However, when the staff reached there, they could not see any lady on the runway. Even though the Air Traffic Control refused to accept that any such incident took place,  the pilot and certain staff members maintained that they had seen a ‘mysterious’ lady in white.

#2 Kalpalli Cemetery

Kalpalli Cemetery

Kalpalli Cemetery

Cemeteries do give a strange and an eerie feeling, for obvious reasons. Many believe that a cemetery situated near Old Madras Road is haunted. Eye witnesses have often claimed that they have seen a man-like-figure lurking around the graves during the nights. It is owing to this fright that even the guards refuse to be around the cemetery after sunset.

#3 Victoria Hospital

Victoria Hospital

Victoria Hospital

This is a classic example of a “hungry ghost”. The guard of Victoria Hospital, which is a hundred-year-old building, has apparently claimed that he had seen a woman stealing food packets in the night. If stories are to be believed then it is said that the lady who is presumed to be the hungry ghost died in the hospital years ago and now haunts the premises.

#4 Terra Vera

Terra Vera (Photo: Facebook/Suman Tranquilized‎ - Kolkata Tilottama

Terra Vera (Photo: Facebook/Suman Tranquilized‎ – Kolkata Tilottama

This house located at the St. Marks road is an old abandoned house in Bangalore The story of this “haunted” goes something like this: It belonged to two sisters one of whom was murdered by an unidentified miscreant. The other sister allegedly left the house soon after due to some property issue. People have reportedly heard strange cries and screams from the house. Dare to visit the house?

#5 NH 4

National Highway 4

National Highway 4

This Bangalore – Mumbai highway is one of the longest highways in Karnataka. Some have complained of unusual happening on NH4. An eyewitness had revealed that he had come across a lady asking for a lift and then vanishing. If you’re the daredevil and in for some adventure hit the NH4 and say hello to this woman, may be?

#6 M.G. Road Call Centre

Haunted Road (Photo: Instagram/haunted_roads_webseries)

Haunted Road (Photo: Instagram/haunted_roads_webseries)

MG Road which happens to be one of the most happening places in the city is apparently haunted! Yes, you read it right. People believe that a girl who had met with an accident on this road haunts the place. It is believed that the night she met with the accident, she was screaming for help but no one came forward to help her leading to her death. People have claimed to have heard strange cries and screams every year on this road on her death anniversary. Some have also claimed to have seen her “ghost” on one occasion on the same road she met with the accident.

#7 Naale Baa

How would people react if they have a ‘ghost’ knocking on their door?  No idea? But in the early 90s, the people of Bangalore had a unique way to communicate with these ‘ghosts’.  Since many claimed that they could hear an unusual knock at the doors of the houses during the odd hours, they started writing Naale Baa on their gates, which is a Kannada phrase for ‘Come back tomorrow’.

Will ‘visiting one of these haunted places’ be added to your bucket list?