Hyderabad was the City of Nizams. It has some attention-grabbing stories of the supernatural kind to describe as well. This place has diverse cultures and used different types of technology too. If you flip the other part of the Hyderabad you can see the web of ghostly power in which the city of technology is confined firmly. So there is some undefined influence bound to fascinate your attention. And all these powers make their existence felt enough to leave adrenaline pumping. So if you want to explore the spookiest places of Hyderabad make up your mind for exploring.
This Golkonda Fort is one of the marvelous forts of India. It is situated on the outskirts of Hyderabad. The fort was reigned by many rulers and has seen many empires in centuries that have passed on. So stories are also rich about this place. The place is assumed to be haunted by incidents of screaming, howling, utensils banging etc. can be heard. According to legends, the souls of Qutub Shahi Rulers roam here. This is another story of Golconda Fort, Taramati and Premamati were two were sisters who danced in the palace of Qutub Shah. Dwellers say that you can still hear the singing and dancing of Taramati in the fort. The soul of the courtesan still performs in the night.
Graveyard on Road 12, Banjara Hills:
Banjara hills of Hyderabad are very famous because of the Graveyard on road 12. This is also one of the ghostly places in Hyderabad. Streetlights on the road have a tendency to strangely switch off by themselves automatically in the dark. People driving their cars by the graveyard at night get punctured automatically.
Ramoji Film City:
According to folk tales, people say that here some souls of armed forces are wandering who died in the battles of Nizam. Ramoji film city is one of the most haunted places of Hyderabad. It is a well-known shooting place for movies. Many actors admitted that they have seen the ghost in the mirror when they were getting prepared for the shoot over there.
The Mysterious Mystery of Shamshabad Airport:
It is said lots of people were slaughtered during the riots and their bodies are still buried under the concrete of the airport. Their souls are wandering around the airport. Some of them have even seen a lady in a white saree running on the runway at night.