I’m just back from an overwhelming trip in the Himalayas ( Garhwal Region ). The entire tour lasted for about a week, but it felt like a lifetime because I had a whale of a time – discovering new places, monuments, culture etc. The purpose of the journey was to add as many thrills I could, besides the whole adventure of travelling in unknown places as a solo woman traveler. And for me 'thrill' essentially means visiting haunted places too. I’m a paranormal enthusiast and this tour had me visiting two top haunted locations. One was ‘The Savoy’ most famous and oldest haunted hotel up in the Mussoorie hills and the second Jamali Kamali ruins of Old Delhi. While the former happened quickly, followed by my onward journey, the 2nd destination was towards the end, when I was to return at the end of the trip. While at Mussorie, there was lot of tourists around and the hotel also has people in the vicinity so the scare factor wasn’t there much; I did however catch up at the ( less-used ) rear entrance of the hotel that had none but a lone guard. My conversation with him ended with a confirmation that the place was indeed haunted and many things still happened rather frequently especially in the middle block that is kept locked and no one can enter. I asked the guard to pose for me, which he readily did in front of the old structure. See the spookiness of it?
This would be the perfect dance move to enter both the haunted premises :-)
In this move those restless souls too can join in, what say?
I'm sure no spirits will be able to resist Anushka's sexy voice ;-)
Djinns, Zombies, Vampires, Ghosts, Ghouls etc etc will dance away as soon as the music hits them \m/