10 haunted hotels in India
The Savoy, Missouri
Missouri is a place known by the secrets associated with fascinating stories of Ruskin bond. But the most infamous building in the area is the hotel Savoy, built in 1902 as a summer residence and “capital of pleasure” of the British Raj. The walls of the architectural monument in the Gothic style kept the story about the two mediums, miss Frances Garnett-Orme and miss Eva Mounstephen that in 1911 stayed here. One morning miss Frances was found murdered. The conclusion is judicial-medical examination has said that the woman was poisoned, and the poison was in the drink. Miss Eva was arrested and brought before the court, which acquitted her. They say that the Ghost of the murdered still roams the hotel in search of the man who poisoned her.
Agrasen Ki Baoli, New Delhi
The ladder included in the list of architectural heritage of India and is under state protection. There is no information about who built this architectural structure or who Agrasen, but it is believed that the building belongs to the era of Mahabharata. The staircase was reconstructed in the 14th century on the money of the city of Agrawala. The unique construction consists of 103 steps that lead to the black waters that are under the spell. If you look at the water, she hypnotizes and inspires the desire to commit suicide. Many succumbed to this influence.
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Once known Ferozabad fortress, built by Firuz Shah Topcom, now lies in ruins, away from the hustle and bustle of the known field for the game of cricket. It is believed that the evil living in the ruins of Gina’s, who tortured his victims. A large number of suicides were committed here, and now bring sinners wander through the ruins. Also there are special wells, which are not available for public viewing. The legend says that every night the fairies come down to the wells, and if someone tries to look at them, you’ll go blind. The guards and the local authorities deny all the legends, but it is impossible not to notice that the locals build houses so that neither entrance nor window were not aimed at the fortress.