SunstarTV Bureau: Spooky as spine chilling stories behind of the places in India, you will be astonished to know about the top 5 list containing Chilling places name that actually making existence in this world.
so here is the list.
1. Abandoned village in Kuldhara, Rajasthan
About 200 years ago, Kuldhara was home to more than 1,500 Paliwal Brahmins, descendants of a community that had lived there for more than five centuries. However, one day, the entire population, which included residents of 85 villages, fled. Overnight.
According to folklore, the people of Kuldhara didn’t just leave the village as it is, but instead, they left it with a curse, forbidding any future settlements. All that is left here today are few dilapidated buildings, an old temple, and rumors that try to explain the sudden evacuation.
2.The village of twins in Kodinhi, Kerala
Kodinhi, a small village in the Malappuram district of Kerala, just 35 kms south of Calicut, wouldn’t have entered the international spotlight if it wasn’t for the unusually large number of twin births that are regularly reported here. Also known as the ‘Village of Twins’, Kodinhi has more than 200 pairs of twins and two sets of triplets.
What’s interesting is that women from Kodinhi who are married outside this village also have multiple births! Although most researchers haven’t been able to determine the reason behind this mystery, some doctors do believe that the answer lies in the chemical makeup of water in the area.
3.The skeleton lake in Roopkund, Uttarakhand
Every year as the ice melts in Roopkund, a glacial lake located at an elevation of 16,500 feet, hundreds of human skeletons are seen floating. Rediscovered in the year 1942 by a forest ranger, the skeletons in the Roopkund Lake have since then been shrouded in mystery. With the help of forensics and radiocarbon tests, researchers believe that the corpses are around 1,200 years old.
Nobody knows for sure who these people were, and what they were doing in such an inhospitable region of the Himalayas. According to popular folklore, the skeletal remains are of King Jasdhawal of Kanauj, his pregnant wife and hundreds of servants, who were headed to Nanda Devi shrine on a pilgrimage. However, before they could reach their destination, they were caught in a terrible hailstorm, with hailstones the size of cricket balls. Unable to find any place to hide, the entire group perished near the lake.
4.Birds commit suicide in Jatinga, Assam
Right after sunset, when locals are busy preparing for the night, hundreds of migratory birds commit mass suicide here. This happens every day. To no surprise, the local population gives a spooky theory that evil spirits in the sky are responsible for the event. Quite naturally, ornithologists aren’t satisfied with this explanation and have come up with their very own scientific theory. They state that the dense monsoon fog and high altitude daze birds. When these dazed birds try to make their way towards village lights, they end up hitting trees and buildings, resulting in death or serious injuries. However, there is no one to explain why these birds fly at night, and why they get trapped in the same place every year.
5.Drowning church in Shettihalli, Karnataka
Built by French missionaries in the 1860’s, the Rosary Church, as it was called back then, was a center of all community activities. The building not only included a church and an orphanage, but also a hospital.
However, exactly 100 years later, the Indian Government built the Gorur Dam, which now floods the Hemavathi Reservoir. The damage – villages upstream had to be relocated. The villagers obliged and Rosary Church was left to fight it out with the water. Since then, Rosary Church submerges every year during the monsoons and resurfaces as the water levels recede. Battling the regular tests, Rosary Church now has a mysterious charm to it and a new name – The Drowning Church.