Unveiling Delhi's Eerie Past

Exploring the Most Haunted Locations in the City


This ancient fort, built by Feroz Shah Tughlaq in the 14th century, is believed to be haunted.

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

Located in Mehrauli Archaeological Park, this site is associated with the Sufi saint Jamali and his follower Kamali.

Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb

Also known as the "Bloody River," Khooni Nadi in Rohini is rumored to have a dark past associated with paranormal activities.

Khooni Nadi

This dense forest area in the heart of Delhi is rumored to be haunted. Some people claim to hear strange noises, see apparitions, and feel an eerie presence.

Sanjay Van

Situated near Jhandewalan, this deserted hunting lodge is believed to be haunted. People have reported hearing strange sounds and witnessing paranormal activities in and around the ruins.

Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal

The Ridge is a vast green area in Delhi, and some parts of it are believed to be haunted.

The Ridge area

This cemetery in Kashmere Gate is named after Brigadier General John Nicholson. Some people claim to have witnessed ghostly apparitions and strange occurrences in and around the cemetery.

Nicholson's Cemetery

This house gained notoriety after a family committed suicide under mysterious circumstances.

House Number W-3, Greater Kailash