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Top 7 Most Haunted Places In Goa You Should Better Avoid Visiting Alone

There are very few people in this world who don’t fall in love with the beauty of Goa. The pristine beaches, the coconut trees swaying in the breeze and the happy people all make up for the perfect holiday.

But behind the natural beauty and the Feni and the dancing, is a dark secret that nobody will share with you. Goa has not one or two, but 5 haunted places. Those of you interested in haunted places know that each country and location has its own sets of spooky history, whether it’s the Dragsholm Slot in Denmark or the Helltown in Ohio USA ( it’s often the history behind haunted locations that interests many visitors. Goa is no different. If you want to have a holiday of the supernatural kind, we dare you to visit these locations.

1. Igorchem Bandh

Goa Haunted

Located at Raja, it is the king of haunted places in Goa. The dam is supposed to be the residence of innumerable spirits. Just ask for the church of Our Lady of Snows.

2. Baytakhol

Haunted Goa

Located between Bori and Dhavali, the place is infamous for many sightings and accidents. Expect to see a girl in the middle of the road.

3. NH-17

Goa Haunted

This is the famous Mumbai-Goa Highway. The number of incidents that have happened on this highway will shock you. They say that if you want to have an encounter with a live witch, carry a tiffin filled with meat with you.

4. D’Mello House


In this house, you will hear people cry, objects falling and strange noises. The house has a history of two fighting brothers, whose fight is still on.

5. Three King Church

three kings church goa

In South Goa close to Valsaav, you will find the Cansaulim village. In this village is this church, which is believed to be among the haunted places of Goa.

Venture at your own risk!

To SPOOK you out a little more, here’s a video of REAL ghosts for you.


Priya Aurora
Priya Aurora
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