Ghosts Of Pune

Post by @desivagabond.

Source: Ghosts Of Pune

Now, imagine yourself sitting by a bonfire in the long dark hours of night & listen to the spine chilling ghost stories I am narrating you….
My maternal grandfather was an employee of Forest Department. He spent most of his service life in the remote adivasi areas of Thane district. The native adivasi tribes of Thane district are firm believers of ghosts, evil spirits & black magic. Naturally almost all of my maternal family trust more or less in the existence of paranormal activity. Since my childhood I have heard many stories of haunted houses, woods & roads of Jawhar, Mokhada, Talasari etc. I myself don’t believe in ghosts but I still like to hear those old stories again & again in our family gatherings. But you will be surprised to know that the places I am telling here are not from the remote adivasi areas but they are from Pune, one of the biggest metro cities of India.

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4 responses to “Ghosts Of Pune

  1. Interesting!

    I was living in a flat in Kaharadi, Pune with another friend waiting for my joining in 2009.

    The bathroom had a glass window and it used to make constant sounds like someone was chanting and they were constant no matter you were inside or outside.

    Then once I observed 3 fingers like symbol in the kitchen sink and scared my room-mate.

    Thereafter for many days in nights we used to feel a lot cold and also caught fever which was strange.

    So it seemed there was some negative energy or maybe it was just illusion. Since you brought Pune up I discussed.

    Happy Halloween and Weekend 🙂

    Love and light ❤

    Anand 🙂

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