Ghosts & Hauntings
'Haunted' Indian station reopens
By T.K. Randall
September 6, 2009 · 3 comments
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A railway station in India which was abandoned for 42 years due to fears that it was haunted has been reopened. The station was said to be the haunt of a female phantom draped in white and that one man who saw her died a few days later.
A Indian railway station which was abandoned for 42 years because of fears that it was haunted has reopened in the eastern state of West Bengal. Locals and railway workers say they lived in fear of a female phantom who frequented Begunkodor 260km (161 miles) from the state capital, Calcutta.
Source: BBC News
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