Urban legend is still often considered a specialty of the land of cherry blossoms. However, to many people, especially those who are interested in horror stories, it seems that not only in Japan but also in other countries around the world there are urban legends. India is no exception, because in this country famous for many strange stories, urban legends are even more interesting and creepy.
This is an urban legend about a strange creature. The story appeared and went viral around 2002 in Uttar Pradesh. Many residents shared that they had seen a creature with a falcon-like appearance, this creature had metal claws. It always stalks to scratch the victim’s face and then leave, leaving them to suffer.
People were so scared that temples in the area held prayers and villagers gathered all night around the fire because everyone was afraid of encountering this ghostly animal. Things only really settled down when the local authorities intervened, trying to convince everyone that this was just a baseless rumor.
Mystery in the sacred forest of Nidhivan
India is a country rich in culture, people often believe in spiritual stories. The urban legend of the sacred Nidhivan forest is also one of the country’s unsolved mysteries.
Vrindavan, a sacred place associated with the legend of the god Krishna – a famous god in Indian culture, is often mentioned with many rumors that make listeners afraid. One of the most famous legends about this forest says that Lord Krishna with his friend Radha and the gopis (cow herders) would come to the Nidhivan forest on the occasion of Rasleela.
So, in order to avoid offending the gods, every evening at curfew, people will be forced to stay away from this place. The priests in the temple near the forest asserted that anyone who witnessed the divine sight in the forest would fall into a state of madness. So far, the truth of the story is still open because no one is brave enough to go against the regulations set on the time to enter the forest.
The mysterious disappearances at the Malcha Mahal . estate
Malcha Mahal was built by Mr. Nawab Wajid Ali in Oudh. When India gained independence, the estate was confiscated. The incident led Nawab’s niece to pursue a very intense legal battle to reclaim the right to inherit the property left by her grandfather. In the end, she won the case and became the owner of the estate. The girl moved in here with her two children.
The strange thing is that after that, the female owner suddenly committed suicide, leaving her children the inheritance as a treasure, the dogs and the house that was the place to rest during the hunting trips of the ancestors. Miss.
Today, the officers and security near the estate still send reports about the disappearances of reporters sneaking into this place. They went into the estate and never came back.