Top 3 haunted places in Mussoorie

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Mussoorie is one of the serene towns in Uttarakhand. It is also labelled as the Queen of Hills. this place is always surrounded by vast mountains and green forests and lakes. Some people say that Mussoorie is also host to a few mysterious and spooky places.

So guys here’s a list of places in Mussoorie that would fascinate the ghost busters.

Pari Tibba –

Pari Tibba

Pari Tibba is also called as the Witch’s Hill, this magical place in Mussoorie is featured in many of the stories of Ruskin Bond. In the way you can see the top of the hill which is manifested with ruins of houses that were abandoned by the British as this place was prone to lightning strikes.

Lambi Dehar Mines –

the sight of the Lambi Dehar Mines is sure to send chill down your spine. this place has a spooky story and as testament to the legend a mind boggling 50,000 deaths have been reported here.

Lambi Dehar Mines

Friends, It is said that the mine did not follow any safety regulations and the workers died a painful death coughing blood and the souls of the dead is said to be haunting this place sending out loud noises of shrieks and screams after the sun sets behind the mighty Himalayas.

Hotel Savoy –

hotel savoy in mussoorie

Hotel Savoy is the most haunted place in Mussoorie as once upon a time a grand hotel that was frequented by the members of many royal families is a haunted place today, though this hotel is now run by ITC group.

Many visitors experienced some paranormal activities as the story of the hotel goes like this, a spinster from Lucknow, who was found dead under mysterious circumstances is said to haunt the corridors of Hotel Savoy and walks aimlessly giving the occupants sleepless nights.

Many guests have reportedly told that they hear spooky noises during the dead of the night. After that, this story was turned into novel named “The Mysterious Affair at Styles” by Augusta Christi in 1920.

This article is contributed by Seoaunty.

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