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INDIA’S OBSESSION WITH THE SUPERNATURAL: Is it a passing fad, or is it here to stay?, By Debasree Banerjee

The general readers are hereby issued caution that they would find more than an ample amount of satire in this article. Satire read as sarcasm too. While surfing through the myriad of blogs that somehow manage to crop up on my Facebook feed, I got the good for...

Nightmarish Confines Of Aokigahara, Japan’s Suicide Forest

At the foot of Mount Fuji, the highest mountain peak in Japan, sprawls a 30-square-kilometer forest called Aokigahara. For many years, the shadowy woodland was known as the Sea of Trees. But in recent decades it has taken on a new name: Suicide Forest. Aokigah...

India’s Most Haunted Site, Bhangarh Fort

With a sign put up by the Archaeological Survey of India prohibiting visitors post-sundown, the 17...

Nine real-life horror stories of people who disappeared & were never found

The Charley Project is a database that catalogs people who have disappeared without a trace. The si...

GHOST THEORIES & SPOOKY STORIES FROM RAJASTHAN, – Aviraj Sinha

Ever since I visited Kuldhara near Jaisalmer, which is believed to be one of the haunted places  ...